Features

Remembering Mac Miller

Born in Pittsburgh in 1992, Malcolm James McCormick grew up with nothing but aspirations of becoming a musician. His love of The Beastie Boys, OutKast and A Tribe Called Quest later became evident in his own music career; which began in 2007 at the age of just 15, spanning and developing right up until his very recent tragic passing on September 7th 2018. It is still raw and painful to think about, but this is a post to honour and celebrate the life and career of Mac Miller. Thank you for everything Mac, you’ll never be forgotten. Continue reading “Remembering Mac Miller”

Reviews

Blood Orange – Negro Swan: Album Review

On Negro Swan, Dev Hynes manages to find solace and utter beauty within sadness and pain. His slick and sexy production along with soothing vocal melodies creates a serene atmosphere over songs that are far darker than they may appear. Continue reading “Blood Orange – Negro Swan: Album Review”

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Weekly Singles Roundup: 3rd September – 9th September

What a weird old week in the world of music. Full of glorious highs like Kanye’s return all the way to the devastating lows regarding Mac Miller. Here is our best and worst singles of the week. Continue reading “Weekly Singles Roundup: 3rd September – 9th September”

Reviews

No Rome – RIP Indo Hisashi: EP Review

Described as “a personification of teen love, melancholy & everything in between”, No Rome is the alias/”art project” of Manila-born Rome Gomez. Garnering international acclaim through the release of several tracks and EPs over the past few years has landed him a record deal with Dirty Hit, and RIP Indo Hisashi is his label debut. Here’s what we think.

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