A Review: Nicola Guiso’s 2017

[Above image credit - NME] Set of the Year: Pearson Sound Garage Only Set – London Underground, Glastonbury 2017 Having moved to London fairly recently, 2017 has easily been the year when I was most exposed to the dance music scene. With so many good events on at the same time it was sometimes difficult…Read more A Review: Nicola Guiso’s 2017

A Review: Kish Muman’s 2017

Album review: Moonchild – Voyager Mo0nchild’s third album Voyager has attributes of a modern classic. Thoughtful composition, flowing narrative and most importantly the ability to play on many emotions. It is just over 45 minutes of positive feeling goodness which is drenched in soul, glazed with Jazz and hints of R’n’B.  As soon as the…Read more A Review: Kish Muman’s 2017

A Review: Frank Mowatt’s 2017

Album Highlight 2017 Colin Stetson - All This I Do for Glory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSaVYSpqRNg&list=PLZqsyBiYZFQ3ZgLuZqRcb5PDgDxSWI2jp Colin Stetson’s album All This I Do For Glory is unlike any music I have heard before, but there is a good reason for that. What sounds like a four piece band is actually Stetson alone utilising the noises from his bass…Read more A Review: Frank Mowatt’s 2017

A Review: Sam Clucas’ 2017

Event Highlight - Lone at Electric Brixton (Convergence Closing Party, 25th March 2017) Lone has been one of the leading figures in UK electronic music for a number of years and has provided some of the most appealing and listenable tracks around. Which is why, despite featuring in a lineup alongside a number of other…Read more A Review: Sam Clucas’ 2017

A Review: Jambo’s 2017

[Above image credit: Pitchfork] Night of the Year: Karen Gwyer @ DBA presents DJ Bone, Batu, rRoxymore, MGUN, Karen Gwyer (Live), Semtek Don't Be Afraid is a label that has been firing on all fronts in 2017. Releases from Karen Gwyer, TR One and rRoxymore rank amongst the year's best, while they have hosted some…Read more A Review: Jambo’s 2017

A Review: Tom Allman’s 2017

Night of the Year: Skee Mask at the Waiting Room 16th December There have a whole host of events and nights this year that have been brilliant and made it really hard to pick a particular highlight. A few highlights I feel need mentioning are Josey Rebelle, Beatrice Dillon and Bruce at Hessle’s 10th anniversary…Read more A Review: Tom Allman’s 2017

Tune of the Week: Orbital – Belfast

[Image Credit: Orbital] Orbital’s debut self-titled album, released in 1991, came about in a time viewed by some as the golden age for electronic music. It is a wonderful album full of brilliant tracks and is a must listen for anyone. The penultimate track on the album, Belfast, is truly a beautiful track – with…Read more Tune of the Week: Orbital – Belfast