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Check out a preview of Example’s new album

It’s not out til September but this should keep you going til then. I didn’t think Example could sound better than his last effort but it sounds killer.

First Listen: Example ‘Stay Awake’

This is about drugs, isn’t it?

Flashback: Plan B and Example (London 2006)

I saw Plan B at London’s Mean Fiddler in July 2006, with¬†Example supporting. The place was packed but at the time neither of these guys were well known- Plan B didn’t release his multi-platinum selling ‘The Defamation of Strickland Banks’ and Example didn’t release ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ til 2010. At the time, both were promoting […]

Download Skream & Example’s new tune for free

Ministry of Sound is giving away Skream & Example’s new track (above) as a free download here. This is my favourite song at the moment. Good!

Example releases 30 free tracks!

Head on over to The House of Coxhead’s blog now to download 30 tunes (old skool as well as new ones) by Example. I’ve been into Example since my uni days and definately sensed that he was going to blow up.. and he has! Download these tracks and celebrate yea!

Thoughts on Lykke Li’s ‘I Never Learn’

So Lykke Li. I have a love/hate relationship with this kid. Some music by her drives me to tears (almost), while other times she terrifies the life out of me. Irrespective, I’ve had a chance to listen to new record ‘I Never Learn’ (out 5th May) and for the most part, it’s just beautiful. There’s […]

Interview: Quickfire with Sibille Attar

Sibille Attar’s unique blend of cute indie and dark pop has made her one of the most talked about Swedish acts to emerge from 2013. Here’s a quickfire with this very insightful talent… Where did you draw inspiration from for your latest record, ‘Sleepyhead’? It’s really a typical first album, millions of things bottled up […]

New Music: Truls

Truls is another example of the recent wave of great new Norwegian indie pop. Check out here.

Deadmau5 in London next month

Wireless Festival will be headlined by dance floor maestro Deadmau5, Rihanna and Canadia rap powerhouse Drake this year in London. Also confirmed to play are Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Example, Professor Green, Rizzle Kicks and more.

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