Tag Archive: East London

Diggin’ This: Szjerdene – “Find Me”

  Having previously provided vocals for the likes of Bonobo and Lapalux, Amsterdam-via-Hackney, East London songstress Szjerdene recently teamed up with NYC producer Quays to pen this ominous, skeletal, synth&B excursion.     Track of the… Continue reading

Diggin’ This: Barney Artist – “Beep Beep” (Official Video)

  Barney Artist is taking hip-hop in a new direction.         Far from the punishing kicks and lacerating snares of trap and miles away from the bully bass of grime,… Continue reading

Vicktor Taiwò ft Solomon – “Digital Kids” (Official Video)

  Heartfelt Renaissance ruminations on youthful ruination from 22-year-old Nigeria-via-East London singer Vicktor Taiwò.       Says Taiwò, “Before, children had time to think that the world was beautiful, and I think that should… Continue reading

Astronauts – “Skydive” (Official Video)

  “Skydive” is the sound of a summer’s day gone wrong, then right, then wrong, then right again, according to East London electronic indie-folk band Astronauts aka Dan Carney, formerly of Dark Captain and… Continue reading

Kidd Feather – “Sirene” (Official Video)

  Switzerland’s Kidd Feather creates kaleidoscopic, refracted, psychedelic electronic pop.       Now living in East London, he says that his homeland was instrumental in influencing his musical style.   “I grew up… Continue reading

Wrongtom Meets Deemas J – “Jump + Move + Rock” (Official Video)

Wrongtom meets Deemas J meets East London meets hazy dubs meets surprisingly engaging 80s homemade reggae vibes.   Love how from 3min 13sec onward Deemas J just decides to go and explore a… Continue reading

Walter Ego ft Trim – “Set Off” (Official Video)

Joining the dots. To get familiar with East London MC and former Roll Deep member Trim, listen to his track “Confidence Boost” as excellently reworked by James Blake under his Harmonimix alias. Here… Continue reading

Hackney Colliery Band – “Prodigy Medley” (Death Jazz Covers of Prodigy Songs on Wah Wah 45s Label) (Stream)

Even caps lock can’t do justice as to how much I LOVE THIS. Death jazz (love that genre name) from East London’s Hackney Colliery Band covering the almighty Prodigy.   Trumpets, trombones, saxes,… Continue reading