Katy B - 'Little Red'

Katy B - 'Little Red'

Picture daybreak in London. Buses charge through puddles, commuters groan, a regurgitated kebab lines the pavement… Katy B doesn’t do the hungover slump of dawn. Katy B does flirtatious, nocturnal adventure. Her 2011 debut ‘On A Mission’...

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Katy B - 'What Love Is Made Of'

Katy B - 'What Love Is Made Of'

Surfing sublimely on a house piano beat from producer Geeneus, this is breezy British dance queen Katy B on holiday in Ibiza, dancing with that special someone. “ Let me know what love is made of ”, she sings, sounding like she’s gazing into...

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Katy B - 'What Love Is Made Of'

Katy B - 'What Love Is Made Of'

When Katy B first heard producer Geeneus making this beat she apparently shouted, "YES! Definitely!" Darker than anything on her debut, it's slinky, housey, has an irresistibly pouty hook and will have you doing gun fingers before the first...

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Katy B – ‘Danger EP’

Katy B – ‘Danger EP’

Our Katy, as her 2011 album ‘On A Mission’ asserted, is a one-woman mission to keep the party going – hence this midwinter morale booster. ‘Aaliyah’ updates Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’ to a club catfight, while ‘Got Paid’ is...

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Katy B - 'On A Mission'

Katy B - 'On A Mission'

Of all the acts tipped to make waves in 2011, only Katy B appears to be bulletproof. Fairly or no, the anointed likes of Jessie J , James Blake and Jamie Woon have all undergone backlashes of varying shapes and sizes since tastemakers...

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10 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week - (19/03/11)

10 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week - (19/03/11)

1. Wild Flag – ‘Future Crimes’ The word ‘supergroup’ is a thorny one, carrying connotations of jostling egos, a blaze of pomp and the inevitable involvement of Damon Albarn. So it’s best not to describe the arrival of Wild Flag as...

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