Music

It Was The Artist, Not The Album: Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer prize is arguably one of the greatest honours a writer can possibly receive. During this year’s ceremony on Monday, something unbelievable happened – the music category award, usually […]

Marie Naffah @ The Omeara

After joining the likes of Sam Smith, Ella Eyre and George Ezra as MTV’s Unsigned Artist in 2014, Marie Naffah has been busy: from selling out the Lexington to releasing […]

REVIEW: Gorgon City @ Brixton Academy

As I made my way down to Brixton Academy a few weeks ago I paused for a moment and looked up at the characteristic neon green glow of the O2 […]

LIVE REVIEW: SUB FOCUS @ BRIXTON ACADEMY, 29/03/18

Electronic dance represents the jewel in the crown of 21st century popular music. With its bass-heavy electronics and uplifting tone, it is hard to resist the urge to get up […]

REVIEW: Hookworms @ Electric Brixton

Energetic, succinct, and engaging – Hookworms’ live performance proves to keep 2018’s Microshift on dry land The past few years for Leeds-based five-piece Hookworms have been plagued by catastrophe. This […]

Nederpop? Nederhop? / A Brief Summertime Introduction to Dutch Music

Give it a few weeks and we will once again reach the end of another academic term. For some of us, there will be exams, for others, like me, a […]

Review: Jonas Blue’s Electric Nature at Electric Brixton

The DJ behind the world famous hits Mama, Fast Car, By Your Side and Perfect Strangers with more than 3 billion streams, Jonas Blue, was the headliner of the Electric […]

Martin Solveig: Electropop Nostalgia

The room is hot and the music is loud. Close your eyes to the flashing neon lights and iPhone screens and you are transported into another time. You enter another […]

Ibeyi light up Electric Brixton 28th Feb

When Ibeyi released Ash in September 2017, they were confirming what they had already proved in their self-titled debut album from 2015: that their talent and storytelling is limitless. With […]