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BROCKHAMPTON: the same again

The genre-defying, Honda-swerving, harbingers of musical mayhem have returned, with more explosive aggression, soulful introspection and turn-up slappers. Despite a larger gap between albums than fans are accustomed to, it doesn’t seem like they’ve done much to change their musical formula; instead more work has gone into perfecting their sound and vision. On previous albums…

Music

Live Review: Loyle Carner @ The Waterfront

It’s so easy, in this crazy world full of Trump on Twitter and Ex on the Beach on tv, to become accustomed to over exaggeration. When people say things are the ‘best’, I know I for one rarely take them seriously. But when I say that Loyle Carner’s gig last Saturday at the Waterfront genuinely,…

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Homegrown Hip-Hop

Since its conception, hip-hop has always been dominated by the U.S; born on the streets of New York, thugged-up in L.A. and chopped and screwed down South America, has provided the world with an ever changing cast of hip-hop superstars and new-school pioneers. Yet, as the genre has evolved, more and more artists from the…

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