How dare these 5 scallywags market themselves using Dalston cool as their ally? The minute they shook hands with boy band enabler Gary Barlow is the minute they signed a deal with the devil. Now they’ve been booted from X factor they may try to indulge their East London Hipster roots. Never forget. Ban these bastards from Dalston
If you work on the overground, do not let them through the barriers, if you work in birthdays, do not serve them drinks, if you work on the market , do not sell them jerk chicken. Keep these bastards out of Dalston
Transnational cohorts Phondupe operate from out of Sydney, London and NYC. With so many time zones going on its a wonder how anything gets done. But here’s their new single proxy which sounds like a Damon Albarn come down in an abandoned fun fair
It’s been a few months since we first mentioned fun lovin’ Hip Hoppers Too Many T’s. After a busy Summer playing some decent festival slots they’ve no intention of letting up with a new EP and all stopper tour. Their tunes always contained an element of humour capable of turning up the corners of mouths everywhere and now it seems they’ve added a vintage funky spice to the mix. The brass sample on “It’s Who?” could easily soundtrack Leonardo Di Caprio sipping a cocktail and if you like your live shows with plenty of audience participation, we recommend you check them out
So Blighty is being ravaged by storms and it won’t be long before all forms of transport are rendered unusable by the inevitable 3 inches of snow. Winter is here ladies and gentlemen. What’s the best way to pass time whilst you’re house ridden through fear of frostbite? Pump up the vibes of stateside singer songwriter Washed Out and let the warming tones and chilled waves transport you to a beach far, far away.
This trendy video for the single “All I know” comes from new album Paracosm