All posts tagged: brixton

Jonas Blue at Electric Brixton, March 10th, London

One of the biggest acts of 2017 and biggest breakthrough artists in recent years, Jonas Blue returns to London in early 2018 as he presents his biggest ever headline show.

After a sold-out debut ‘Electronic Nature’ show earlier this year at Ministry Of Sound, which was arguably one of the biggest nights of the year for the super club, the full Electronic Nature now gets ready to takeover the illustrious Electric Brixton.

Big Narstie ‘They Don’t Know’ Video

South London’s Big Narstie gives a window into his youth with his video ‘They Don’t Know’ featuring Xaviour. Depicting an uphill struggle growing up with little money, a young Narstie eventually follows his dream of music, propelling him to where he is today. Check it out. Read more […]

Big Narstie ‘The BDL Skank’ Video

For starters, if you haven’t already downloaded Big Narstie’s new Base Invaders app then you really need to examine your purpose in life. Imagine the style of the old Nintendo games from back in the days with the exception of Narstie being the main character trying to avoid the law. With his Base Defence League movement in full effect, the Brixton emcee has shared the video for his track ‘The BDL Skank’. What you have here is Narstie in the dancehall performing whilst girls and guys get busy Read more […]

Listen to Bryde’s Single ‘Wait’

If you don’t know who Bryde is, then you’ll surely be hearing the name rather quickly. The Brixton-based singer has our antennas completely raised with her new single ‘Wait’, a minimal, yet moody and haunting delivery of alternative with simply an electric guitar and vocals. The spaciousness of the tune gives plenty of room for Bryde’s voice to soar like an eagle, bringing the listener along for the ride. ‘Wait’ will be featured in a collection of recorded works that will hopefully be out sooner Read more […]

Visionist Remixes the Glasser’s “Shape”

South London’s Visionist has really come into his own over the past year. While earning stripes as a grime producer, the Brixton native has scaled back on the bass heavy frequencies and focuses on a more eeire and minimal sound. Case in point, his remix of Glasser’s “Shape”. Haunting and mental in the same breath, there are literally no drums, but rather a potent bass line underneath a creepy soundscape. Have a listen. Read more […]

A Guy Called Gerald, 808 State, at Plan B, Jan. 25th, London

On Saturday 25th January 2014, Memory Box turns 1 year young with celebrations coming from legendary club culture heroes A Guy Called Gerald and 808 State! In its inaugural year, Memory Box has captured and celebrated defining moments in the last few decades of electronic music. Delving deep into its rich history, Memory Box trawls the archives to produce a broad selection of sonic memoirs.

Tanika ft. DVS “Casualty”

Tanika is the newest talent ready to leave her imprint in music. Edgy with an extremely soulful voice, the sexy bombshell hailing from Brixton is already capturing attention in the industry. Here is her latest video “Casualty” featuring DVS. Read more […]

The Soul Immigrants “The Ghetto (There’s No Way Out)”

Raw soul and funk isn’t dead, far from it. Unquestionably it’s breathing full life down in Brixton thanks to The Soul Immigrants. Forming in 1992, the band continues to fly the soul, jazz and funk flag proudly in the spirit of the legends who Emrys Baird grew up listening to. Their latest single “The Ghetto (There’s No Way Out)” is an unapologetic, furious dose of down home, gritty funk with a reality check of the difficulties of escaping the urban trap. The b-side “Sunk Without The Funk” Read more […]