Josh Record

Sam Smith Performs In Berlin

Spiritual, melancholic and contemporary. Josh Record releases his EP Pillars to an audience with baited breath.

Arc II: The Remains


We review Hip Hop stunner Tay Devenny’s new darker, more angry follow up album.

200 Icons


Words by Billie Jenkins Image courtesy of Classic Rock Classic Rock is not a magazine I have ever thought of buying. During the days, maybe even weeks, I’ve spent flickering through rows of beautiful (and sometimes not so beautiful) printed paper goodies at train stations newsagents, bookshops, cafés and libraries, it never even crossed my […]

Album: .indefinite.


Words by Billie Jenkins Image Courtesy of the Artist .indefinite. is hip hop that is truly in the spirit of the old school. It sounds like your out on the streets of Brooklyn during an early nineties summer: the slow jazz piano tinkering over the kick drums, the laid back style of rhyme, broken beats […]

The Libertines 2015


Words by Billie Jenkins Photo by Tom Jenkins The Libertines have announced that 2015 will bring a new album, their first in eleven years. With the awkward soundbite ’We’re still relevant’ from Pete Doherty knocking around (In interview with The Daily Record), personally I’m resisting the urge to dust off my military jacket just yet. […]

Sunday Playlist: James Blake


James Blake classics, mixes by under his pseudonym Harmonimix, collaborations with Chance the Rapper and production for Drake.

The Return of Craig David


Craig David is not dead! In fact, he has just released his new single ‘Cold’. It’s erm, worth a listen…

White Trashed


Words By Billie Jenkins above Image courtesy of Kreayshawn Riff Raff is a disgusting sight to behold, his pink scalp, scraped back into braids, matches the neon pink of his fake Rolex. In a male dominated industry there has been slew of attention on female rappers in recent years; and the shit, crass, mechanically synthed […]

Q&A: Gemma Kay Waggett


Textile designer, Gemma Kay Waggett, talks to us about her time at the RCA, inspirations and her online shop, Nothing But Navy.

The Best of Glastonbury 2014


This year’s Glastonbury Festival was another incredible success. Here are our highlights from 2014 at Worthy Farm.