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2009: The Year That Dubstep Broke – Timeline Playlist

So to follow on from my feature in the mag I've had a few requests to supplement '2009: The Year That Dubstep Broke' with...

New Music: ‘Billie’s World’- Justice Yeldham, Mickey Gang, Chapel Club

align="left" /> Weekly columnist Billie JD Porter keeps her beak, quite literally sometimes, on the street Photography by The Cobra Snake Not so much a new...

New Music: Islet – Web-Snubbing DIY Welsh No-Wave

This week in the mag we ran a lead Radar feature about this excellent DIY no-wavey Cardiff band called Islet. They have decided to...

New Music – NYC’s So So Glos

These days all buzz around bands surges out in digitalistic ones and zeroes via whichever new networking programme has been released that hour. So when...

‘It’s Amazing That This Is Our Job’ – Backstage with Music Go Music

We have declared the third week in September: 'buzz week', due to the proliferation of live UK debutants that made us go all tingly...

Ghost Hunter – Sheffield Gets ‘Wonky’

Since dubstep's indelible footprint was stamped down onto the UK, countless bedroom producers have squirmed into its lining residue and squelched around for dear...

Kindness – Dystopia’s Saviour

Kindness is a man called Adam Bainbridge, he lives in Berlin but spends quite a bit of time in London. He makes music in lots...

The Cabin Fever – South Coast Stoner-Pop Workhorse

Dan Hall (aka The Cabin Fever) is the hardest working stoner on the south coast. His idol is Daniel Johnston: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_RbSAwMa3U Now most of his time is...

Backstage At The Drums’ Debut UK Show

Last night The Drums played their first ever UK show. In fact, it was their first show outside of New York state, and only...

Mercury Prize – What Does Debelle-Gate Mean For New British Music?

It’s an easy shot but when Boris Johnson is your most vocal public benefactor, some would argue that’s not exactly the most accurate marker...
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