It is becoming less and less common to pigeonhole a song into a genre, so by using experiences, specific moments, and even moods so a listener can get a better feel for them, is a way that allows... Read Article
REVIEW Edwin Sanz – Overflow
It starts in a madcap whirl of old-school R&B and London gospel, intertwined with spiralling Latin brass and percussion. And by the time it comes to an end, nine songs later, the new album from Venezuelan artist Edwin... Read Article
REVIEW Wara EP
With the current upsurge in popularity of Latin-influenced sounds in the English capital, nine-piece band Wara are sure riding the wave of Afro-Cuban-loving-grooves. Their recent tour of festivals such as Glastonbury, The Big Chill, Barbican's Blaze Festival, and not to mention soon-to-come gigs at Camden's Roundhouse and Ronnie Scotts, only cement their promising future ahead.
It’s weird what industrial quantities of drugs will do for a man, depending on where and when he’s doing the imbibing. On the one hand, Gruff Rhys’ collaboration with Brazilian VCR repairman and peacenik Tony Da Gatorra works... Read Article