This time of year, as the clocks go back and thermometers hover just above zero, is the perfect excuse to look to our scandanavian brothers and sisters for our rock fix. Luckily for us, none other tha..
The latter-half of the 2010s has been characterized, among other things, by an unprecedented nostalgia for the 1980s. The Duffer Brothers’ sleeper smash ‘Stanger Things’ is perhaps the best example of..
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. Cheryll- Need You Cheryll serves us up a piece of old-school ..
Genre: Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock FFO: Bonobo, King Krule, Lil Peep (and anyone who likes Alternative Hip-Hop) Rating: 8.5/10 2017-2018 has seen hip-hop continue to go from strength-to-strength. Accord..
Stefano Lentini has gone where intrepid explorers have in the past dared to tread but have rarely done so with such confidence.
Fury. is the new album of composer Lentini, who has already achieved si..
Last Sunday on BBC Radio 6, Colleen Murphy discussed why the concept album has made a significant comeback with a new generation of music fans in the digitised 21st century. Coincidentally, the next d..
The decision this week to make SAZ our Indie Crush of the Week was something of an easy one – considering firstly, they made pretty great indie-influenced tracks, and secondly, they’re both models…
Genre: Neo-Soul, RnB FFO: D’Angelo, Dwele, Miguel The first independent release from London-based artist Kai Rabai, ‘Slow Down’ is the musical equivalent to velvet. Kai Rabai’s voice serves up all the..
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. Jonny Dee- You We’re prolonging the summer with this laid-bac..
Grime is distinctly British genre. Born out of the waning garage scene in the early 2000s, Grime has come in ebbs and flows but not since punk has a music genre been so disruptive to the UK music scen..