We’re fairly picky when it comes to our Indie music and don’t tend to be too enamoured by thrashing guitars and screaming vocals. East-Country 6-piece Solko, however, offer a different approach. They have a set-up of your typical rock band but two extra saxophones add a real swing and funk to their music.
…including tracks by Jehst, Klashnekoff, M.U.D. Family, Wiley, Giggs, The Illersapians and many more!
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With so many Stamp The Wax favourites under one roof, this was just too good not to tell you about. Church Presents: Boddika, Synkro, Disclosure, Ifan Dafydd, Juk Juk and Damu
Sam Harrington gives a run-down of his Top 5 releases from Trax Records…
We’ve been sitting on this for a while, but here’s our interview with Benjamin Francis Leftwich backstage…
Dreamy synths meet warm bass and pacey drums on Needs’ World Mental Health Day compilation.
Warm dismantled groove with haunting vocals from 30/70 collective member.
Driving percussion and synth riff swirls from NY duo formerly part of The Rapture.
The PPU affiliate celebrates the impact of one of soul’s most genuine voices.
Electronics for the next Manchester property boom from the Natural Sciences label boss.
“A slowed form of listening”, from a Nairobi producer with a proclivity for drones and field recordings.
Katia Mullova explores the lessons we might learn from Coronavirus lockdown to create a more environmentally-friendly gig economy and community at large.
Katia Mullova assesses the wider implications of this annual focus on data sharing.
A behind the scenes look at Berlin’s unassuming open air party spot.