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Cementing Croydon’s rise as one of London’s coolest and most creative neighbourhoods, Boxpark Croydon, a new pop-up mall from the creators of Boxpark Shoreditch, opens later this month with a…

The Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet From Stardom offers a salient look at the fate of many backing singers. They might have vocals so bloody strong they could drag a 10-tonne…

While a founding member of Roll Deep – the east London grime crew that’s seen everyone from Wiley to Dizzee, Tinchy Stryder to Skepta pass through its ranks – Flowdan…

AJ Tracey Jeaniq Amihyia From: West London Sounds like: Club-orientated grime with US appeal For fans of: Skepta, Novelist, Section Boyz Grime has always been a very British sound, strongly…

It’s that night of the year again; the night when dinner party guests across the nation spit halloumi fritters over the table at each other as they argue out which…

We’ve just seen the hottest day of 2016 so far, with temperatures reaching a whopping 35C in some parts of the UK yesterday (July 19). The hot weather looks set…

In the days and weeks following Prince’s death, it’s been easy to hear echoes of his genius everywhere you tilt your ears. And in Canada’s Jessy Lanza, his influence is…

Whether you’re a seasoned crate digger or making your first entry into the world of vinyl, this is the comprehensive low-down on London’s greatest record stores; from the old favourites…

What a strange old musical journey Ellery Roberts has had. The centre point of a million blogs about his old band Wu Lyf a few years back, he went from…

Back in 2010 Jamie Woon was, critics said, going to be one of dubstep’s first crossover stars. His breakthrough song ‘Night Air’, produced by Burial, was a stunning marriage of…

Rustie’s last album, 2014’s ‘Green Language’, was a curious but disappointing beast. While Glasgow producer Russell Whyte’s excellent 2011 debut ‘Glass Swords’ had shown that he could distill sources as…

Even before the release of his debut album ‘Xen’ last year, Arca (aka Alejandro Ghersi) had already been recruited by FKA Twigs, Kanye West and Björk, becoming the main creative…