New Music: Liam Jones

One of the most exciting pop discoveries of the week has been Guatemalan-born and LA-based singer-songwriter Liam Jones. ‘New Love’ showcases a perfected sound that feels nostalgic and dreamy in tone, yet still maintains a current edge. This is a song that is near impossible not to feel some kind of love for, and marks … Continue reading New Music: Liam Jones

Interview: Quickfire with Nabiha

Nabiha has been one of Denmark’s most well know and well loved urban artists of late. Her mix of soul, RnB and pop have made her tracks instantly recognisable and you could easily fall in love with her universal sound. She’s recently topped the UK Urban Charts with her last two releases and has a show … Continue reading Interview: Quickfire with Nabiha

Top 10 most popular artists this month

Thought it would be interesting to show you the top ten most googled artsists who came to this site in the last month. stooshe grace jones lawson band tim schou florrie arnold example cher lloyd aura dione jamiroquai ayah marar

New Music: Amalia

Can you guess the inspiration behind this? I can… I say Prince and Grace Jones. Which is an amazing blend. I do enjoy Prince. This is very interesting funk. Check out here.

Free Download: Grace Jones ‘Well Well Well Dub’

UPDATE: I’VE STARTED MAKING GRACE JONES T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE HERE! Wall Of Sound announce Hurricane Dub, a special edition version of Grace Jones’ seminal return to form album of 2008, due for release 5th September 2011. Get a taster from the Ivor Guest produced record here with this free MP3 ‘Well Well Well Dub’. MP3: Grace … Continue reading Free Download: Grace Jones ‘Well Well Well Dub’

First Watch: Lady GaGa ‘Born This Way’

This is the manifesto of Mother Monster… It reminds me of Barbarella and Matthew Barney‘s Cremaster Cycle at the start. Oh yeah, and this epic scene from ‘Boomerang’ with Grace Jones:


Is anyone going to Lovebox today in Victoria Park (London)? Grace Jones, Hot Chip, Peaches, Hurts, and Hercules & The Love Affair will be playing. I wasn’t going but I ended up getting a ticket anyway. Every outdoor festival I’ve been to in my life has ended with some kind of hot mess (the last … Continue reading LoveBox