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Author: John W. King

Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae 2021: Review

This was my first time at Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae, having wanted to go since it’s inception in 2016, but for one reason or another never made it.  I finally got tickets for last year’s festival and well, you know the rest! It was certainly more than worth the wait – indeed it not only reminded me why I love festivals and live music so much, but also some insight into what makes a great festival. I never really got into online gigs during lockdown, I rarely watch Jools, and gigs in a half-empty venue surrounded by...

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Bernard Place Block Party, Brighton – Photo Review

What could be better than an afternoon in the sunshine watching the cream of Brighton’s musical talent?

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NNHMN coming to Kaizmier Stockroom

NNHMN is a dark electronic music project – creating moody and evocative electronic music infected with dark synth sounds, eerie ambiances and mysterious female vocals. NNHMN live and work in their chosen home -Berlin. Lee and Laudarg embarked on a sonic journey on the thresholds of New Brutalist Theatre, experimental electronic music and technoculture. Many releases and gigs worldwide followed, under various names and with different members, culminating in the present project. NNHMN’s dizzying sound is defined by analogue textures and arpeggiated bass lines, a sense of sonic investigation that veers from post-punk to haunted synth-wave and disco. Obsessive...

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New Music from Roots Manuva – Coming Soon

I’m sure I’m not the only person who’s feeling a bit jaded after more than a year of the pandemic.  I’m struggling to look fwd to gigs or festivals because so many have been moved and cancelled already. One thing that’s been keeping me going though is the fact that all bar one of my favourite artists have new music in the pipeline: Skating Polly, Emika, Kaelan Mikla, Krakow Loves Adana and Beach Bunny.  Not to mention my favourite album of the year so far, Glume’s debut The Internet – if that doesn’t end up in my end of...

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