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On the Horizon: Humble Steerage Leeds to London, Just Handshakes.

I can faintly recall – if about as fondly as that at which Thee Unstrung were deemed the musical quintessence of the capital – a time when Leeds was revered as something of a bastion of indie; a radiant beacon recurrently blipping up in the amorphous formation of a post-Millennium British music identity like the oscillating pylon depicted on the old Dance to the Radio logo. The city’s movers and shakers would snigger at we benighted outsid…So on & so forth…

Interview: Movin’ On Up, Toro Y Moi.

Looking fresh and fresh faced, Chazwick Bundick’s moving on up in the world under the guise of Toro Y Moi, and he’s doing so quite literally this afternoon as we meet in the slouchy, leather-skinned fifteenth floor lounge bar of a skyscraping hotel on the hem of Soho. “I shaved yesterday”, he sheepishly proffers on a day sandwiched between scrubbing up and So on & so forth…

Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury. DROKK: Music Inspired By Mega-City One.

The West Country’s beloved curmudgeon Geoff Barrow has never been one to stand still neither figuratively nor indeed physically – new Beak> material is now imminent whilst Portishead are next month to embark on yet another European tour. However joining forces with BAFTA Award-winning composer Ben Salisbury is arguably a move bolder than the establishment of a record label geared toward winkle picking out of Bristol the best stuff off t…So on & so forth…

Q&A: Consonant Please, Carol. PRDCTV.

wait a little longer for PRDCTV’s debut LP through the meticulously profound taste maker label Ninja Tune as he’s got a couple of vaguely important finals looming ominously on the horizon. Taking time out from the monotonous rhythms of revision, PRDCTV talks studies over sound, the plus points of being faceless and soul-destroying ventures into the live show… Dots: Following in the footst…So on & so forth…

Q&A: Trashing Trinkets and Loungin’ Poolside w/ Steven Ansell, Blood Red Shoes.

With 90s D.I.Y. gritty rock ethic unperturbed within Blood Red Shoes’ aesthetic and melody scratched onto the specials board it’s anything but boring by the sea, provided you’re rocking the boat with enchanting femme fatale Laura-Mary Carter and lightning-limbed Steven Ansell. Today sees the release of Heartsink, equal parts visceral and vitriolic, the video, directed by Steve Glashier (with whom the Brighton duo previously col…So on & so forth…