Keep an eye out for… Two Inch Punch

Ben Ash, AKA Two Inch Punch, just recorded a mix for Sonic Router, which follows another meld of beats for BBC 1Xtra, remixes for Birdy, and solo work on PMR.

WHP continues its mammoth season at Store Street.

The Warehouse Project continues to celebrate its final season at the iconic Store Street venue in style with a typically diverse line-up of legends, cult heroes and critically acclaimed newcomers throughout October. With over half of the final Store Street season of events now sold out, there’s no shortage of musical treats in store moving […]

Secret Clubbing: Tiger Beer Presents Deadly Rhythm vs. Dirty Canvas Know The Not Known

 The seventh in Tiger’s series of 8 NotKnown events will see a collaboration between two of London’s best promoters, Dirty Canvas and Deadly Rhythm.  Dirty Canvas and Deadly Rhythm have been pioneering UK bass music for years across London – pushing the most forward-thinking sounds in grime, dubstep, house, funky, techno and all areas in […]

Festival Preview – The Big Chill

We’re now well in to festival season and there are plenty of treats still to choose from. One that keeps grabbing our attention this year is The Big Chill. Alongside the label and the bars (The Big Chill bar on brick lane being a perfect Sunday hang out) as of the original boutique festivals this […]

BBC Sound of 2011 winners revealed

We hedged our bets on James Blake who, placing second, was beaten to the top spot by Jessie J.

James Blake unveils debut album (sort of)

One of the most eagerly awaited releases of early 2011, ‘James Blake’, sees the eponymous 22-year-old producer finally get his first long-player onto shelves and download lists. Here’s the tracklist, and album artwork.

James Blake makes BBC hitlist

With ‘A Limit To Your Love’ recently released to more widespread acclaim than you would think possible, it’s no surprise to learn James Blake has made it onto the BBC Music Sound of 2011 Longlist, which this year represents the alt-dance, sparse R&B sound in numbers.

James Blake reveals new video

A reworking of Feist and Chilly Gonzales’ track of the same name, it’s a piano-led blues number that’s a twisted cousin of soul and classic singer songwriter fare.