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Great for a fancy pre-night out snack to line the stomach (if you are so inclined to host), to quell the munchies or as a general hearty snack. Piss easy to make, and taste bloody great – straight from oven to mouth. Ingredients, instructions and photo-instructions below. 10 mins prep, 15-20 mins chill, 25 […]
Instagram is a core tool for music marketing, with artists like Rihanna racking up over 23m followers. So much so, that The Drum just announced it’s more influential than Youtube, Facebook and celebrities as a social marketing tool. For artists, interesting and engaging posts are key. Think of that small, square box in the hands […]
With new SoundCloud tag FUTURE DANCEHALL, Major Lazer’s first release from the new album (due out in April) is attention grabbing, to say the least. A chart topper, for sure. My guess is that this track will be to the new album, what Get Free and Jessica were to the two before. Featuring […]
Paris Hilton makes a return to the music world with an Afrojack-produced pop-single featuring Lil Wayne. After her residency in Ibiza’s Amnesia was renewed this summer, there may be some of you who can be forgiven for thinking that her next release would be a move away from the mainstream, or a manoeuvre to gain […]
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Self-described ‘nostalgic folk soul’ artist Purple Ferdinand has been tipped by many major platforms, including Mobo Spotlight and BBC Radio 1Xtra, to be one of the breakthrough artists of 2013. Signed with Sony/ATV this year on a publishing deal, this talented London singer-songwriter’s sweet, husky voice and ukulele creates a unique sound. What I love […]
I bumped into this fresh take on Estelle’s American Boy by London-based duo Wilfred Giroux when I got back from work. Exactly the sort of uncomplicated summer’s eve tune I felt like listening to. Wilfred Giroux’s new AlunaGeorge remix is also gaining a lot of love at the moment. The talented minds of Joshua Mooney and Sam Thompson look promising. […]