Canadian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Milosh will release his fourth studio album, and first since 2008′s iii, on November 26th via Deadly / eOne Music Canada. Milosh first came on the radar via his critically acclaimed Plug Research releases, You Make Me Feel (2004) and Meme (2006), and gained further notoriety as the elusive vocalist behind the 2013 release of Woman, via side project Rhye.
As Rough Trade’s #16 Album of last year, this strangely unassuming project has been gently surfacing in the wider media at both press and radio through 2013. And launching as a limited release to independents for Record Store Day 13 in the US, it has been garnering some passionate blogger notices in both the US and Europe.
There is nothing you can say about Nile Rodgers that hasn't already been heard by billions of people, via millions of radio airwaves, in thousands of cities, in hundreds of countries. The career of Nile Rodgers is one of the most enduring and prolific in music. Nile's signature is scrawled across an amazing array of music - from Madonna to Diana Ross, from David Bowie to Eric Clapton.
I almost shit my pants when it was confirmed I'd be interviewing both Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch, ahead of the release of the most overdue collab project in hip-hop, Wu-Block. Albeit a fuzzy fifteen minute conference call of an interview, but a chance to chat to rap's New York royalty all the same...
Featuring guest spots from Roc Marciano and more, FACT TV today premiere the video for In the Evening‘s ‘Tennis Season’, directed by Ian Pons Jewell. Without giving too much away, it features sweat, blood, tennis, bordering-on-gratuitous flesh and dismemberment in the most literal sense (ahem).
ShockOne is back on storming form, with his killer debut album ‘Universus’! The album opens up with ‘Chaos Theory’. The latest in Karl’s array of chart storming singles that he has unleashed on the Bass music community. Having already ranked up over 400,000 Youtube views, Chaos Theory’s screaming basslines and hard hitting beats have already proved popular. Ascending synths prevail, whilst infectious vocals push punters towards the dancefloor.
Fans of experimental music are increasingly well catered for in London. Cafe Oto, “East London’s coolest venue” provides a platform for the avant-garde on a daily basis and promoters like Miles of Smiles and Upset the Rhythm curate regular inspired line-ups. Denovali Swingfest looks set to add to the variety on offer, a weekend of experimental, drone and modern classical in the intimate environs of Scala.