Radstewart

Radstewart’s latest track, ‘Insane Parties’ is an honest rambling of what we have all witnessed at student houses parties nationwide. Their name is also super awesome! Well done guys…

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Pre-Human Ideas

Washington-based musician Phil Elverum, aka Mount Eerie is the man behind this heavily auto-tuned remix-of-sorts entitled ‘Lone Bell’. The re-work of the bands original track features a distant waver of vocals that sounds far from human, and Elverum has manage to mould the song into a genre-less blend of horns and bass you’ll find truly immersive. […]

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Diamonds & Daisies

There has been an obvious lack of content over the past couple of weeks. Time seems to be passing me by, predominantly consumed by my search for a ‘real job’. But that doesn’t mean that the soundtrack hasn’t been excellent. Ever since deleting all of the music from my laptop, I have been constantly discovering […]

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Band T-Shirt: Update

A couple of weeks ago I announced that I would be putting together a new fanzine featuring all of my old band t-shirts. And whilst I’ve realised that I have actually thrown a bunch of awesome shirts away over the years, I am actually making progress. In fact, I’ve had a lightbulb moment… I was […]

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MusicInk: Making Music With Ink

Take a look at this incredible, interactive music making toy from the Italian design company MusicInk… “MusicInk is a project spawned from the idea of looking into the world of music teaching, creating a new way to understand music and interact with musical instruments.” If you watch the video below you’ll be able to see […]

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One Month: Part One

It has been a month since I deleted all of the music from my laptop in the search of only new music… But firstly I must apologies for the lack of updates recently. After returning from my (incredible) holiday in Croatia, I then moved house (again), and only now am I finding the time to […]

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