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Posts Tagged ‘Beatles’

Slo Light: an interview with Neil Davidge

Acclaimed Bristol based producer Neil Davidge talks about the making of his debut album, featuring many wonderful collaborations.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Neil Davidge by Gemma Cotterell.

Bristol based producer Neil Davidge has worked with the likes of Sandie Shaw, Cate Le Bon, Karima Francis and many others to produce a stunning debut album. Slo Light came out last month and builds upon an action packed career, which includes highlights such as co-writer and producer for Massive Attack, score composer of Halo 4 and collaborations with David Bowie, Snoop Dog, Damon Albarn, Primal Scream and Mos Def. The album is deeply-schooled in Bristol beats, electronica, soundtracks, orchestral music and more, creating a fantasy world in which tension, darkness and beauty find the perfect equilibrium. I asked Neil about the creation of Slo Light...

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Mary Epworth at St Pancras Old Church: Live Review

The acclaimed singer returns to London with a show at this intimate venue on Wednesday 3rd April 2013.

Written by Richard Pearmain

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Joe Worricker and his Finger-Waggers

New indie soul sensation Joe Worricker has just released his single Finger Waggers... and you can catch the accompanying video set in a Tupperware Party right here first.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Joe Worricker by Renato Pequito. Joe Worricker was turned away from X Factor but that didn’t prevent him from being snapped up by the coolest of labels Rough Trade. He’s […]

Malachai – Ugly Side Of Love – Album Review

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Written by Ian Steadman

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Foale and Tuffin: Made in England

Written by Becky Cope

With our current fixation with everything 80s and 90s, ask patient it’s easy to see why the 60s have become a little side-tracked, order a little blasé, drug and so […]