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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.
This is about drugs, isn’t it?
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 … Continue reading Flashback: Plan B and Example (London 2006)
Sex to the ears.
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!
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!
I knew that sooner or later, many talented musicians being isolated would start to yield some great new sounds. And here’s an example… This is a nicely crafted piece of melodic indie pop from LA. “I normally release music under my band’s name, Yeti Tactics, but with the government mandate for everyone to stay home … Continue reading New Music: Jordan Sherman
One of Norway’s most hyped RnB talents from the last twelve months, Lil Halima has already received a huge response globally as well as coverage from tastemaker heavyweights like The Line Of Best Fit, Spindle Mag, and Wonderland. With a new EP released today, I had the opportunity to ask this exciting talent a few quickfire … Continue reading Interview: Quickfire with Lil Halima
Sometimes you just need to hear one track from a new talent to know that whatever they come up with next is likely to be just as amazing or even better. This is one example… Darcie
Here’s a perfect example of that soft RnB flow that Sweden has been perfecting over the last couple of years. Madimadeleine
Shift K3Y has been on my radar for some time, blending house with some old-school UK garage vibes. With his upcoming second Nit3 Tales release coming out yesterday and featuring collaborations with MJ Cole, DJ Zinc and Chris Lorenzo, here’s more from the man himself… Tell us more about the Nit3 Tales project and what it … Continue reading Interview: Quickfire with Shift K3Y
Ji Nilsson has been one of the more exciting Scandi talents to have emerged in the last year. Take this track as an example – throwback RnB with some soft electro mixed into an ethnic vibe. I really want a remix of this.
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 … Continue reading Thoughts on Lykke Li’s ‘I Never Learn’
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 … Continue reading Interview: Quickfire with Sibille Attar
Truls is another example of the recent wave of great new Norwegian indie pop. Check out here.
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.
The much-anticipated Capital FM Summertime Ball hosted by Capital FM in association with Vodafone takes place at the legendary Wembley Stadium on the 9th of June 2012 with Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Jessie J, The Wanted, Pitbull, Flo Rida, Example, Ed Sheeran, Usher and Kelly Clarkson all on the bill. Obviously though, it has now sold … Continue reading Win tickets to Capital FM’s Summertime Ball 2012!
I was lucky enough to catch a few tracks (including upcoming single ‘Squeeze’) by Man Like Me at Mike Skinner’s relaunch of The Beats label- the same label that first discovered and signed up Professor Green and Example. The man’s obviously got an eye for talent!
This 17-year old half swedish and half scottish girl has already been playing in front of stadium sized crowds supporting Example and Ed Sheeran. Check out here.