When an artist lists Virginia Woolf, Lana De Rey, Buddha, David Lynch, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar among their influence, you just know that their music is going to be something. You don’t know wh..
Very rarely on FFO do we get to write about an artist who is so easy to categorise and thus to compare to existing and established acts. However, making our afternoon that little bit easier is Matt Wa..
After last year’s , debut double A- side ‘Yeah’ / ‘Words Are Not Reality’ where Luiz Bruno combined the humour and witticisms of the late great Frank Zappa along with a sound that brings George Clinto..
A mix of the old and new, established and unsigned. Released every Friday to help you soundtrack your weekend with only the best tunes. 1.Malkia- Stranger Things Malika’s heartfelt offering ‘Stranger ..
FFO: Loyle Carner; Kano; Kojey Radical Rating: 9/10 The UK Hip-Hop scene has been producing rappers with a social conscience for years, with artists such as Stormzy, Akala and Devlin unafraid to tackl..
The more astute among you might have already drawn comparisons between newcomer Jay Thackery and Frank Turner based solely on the former’s logo and its similarity to the latter’s FTHC cross. However, ..
As it comes towards the end of the month we’ve been catching up on all the new releases that have come our way – so we thought we’d do a roundup of our favourite picks from the bunch this November. No..
They say that the passage of time speeds up as you get older, but whoever said obviously hadn’t precipitated the shit-show that has been 2018. Now , while Hanz Gable’s upbeat and life-affirming ‘Drink..
Genre: RnB, Pop, Afro-Beat FFO: Tiwa Savage, Rhianna Rating: 5.5/10 (but with loads of potential) ‘Pick Your Fruit’ is the first solo release from artist Sami-Mae. The song spans several genres and li..