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Booty Bass , Music

Special Guest Mix on FlexFM

Special Guesting on Kaizen Karnak's first Saturday show on Flex FM with Skeelo was a VIBE! Had a little interview before going into the mix for 45 mins and then a B2B with the man himself to…
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Interview , Music

Cypress Hill Interview #FanGirl

Cypress Hill, one of the most versatile and iconic hip hop acts of a generation, are playing at what is arguably one of the most trailblazing music festivals on offer (no I'm not biased...)…
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Music Reviews

Rag’n’Bone Man, O2 Academy

Bumping along on the bus to Rag n Bone man I didn't have a whole to go on in terms of expectation which I love - I take great joy in discovering an artist after they've blown up. It was the same…
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Interview , Music

Chineke! Orchestra: Classical music diversified

"I could count on my hand the amount of people of colour I’d played with in the past 35 years... That’s not good." Fresh off the phone from BBC Radio 4, Chi-chi Nwanoku walked me…
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Music , Music Reviews

Chineke! Orchestra, St George’s

'I want black and minority ethnic musicians to walk on stage and know they belong' After speaking to Chi-Chi Nwanoku I was more than a little excited to watch Chineke!…
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Music Reviews

Postmodern Jukebox, Colston Hall

"A whirlwind of emotions, I laughed harder than should be allowed on a dreary Monday evening" Postmodern Jukebox came to play at Bristol on the first day of spring. In true British style the day's…
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Music , Music Reviews

Sound Industry: Bristol Women in Music

Bristol's music scene is a popular one. Respected worldwide for its wide range of genres and influences, its output is both diverse and varied. Unfortunately, though, it’s still heavily…
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Music Reviews

Freetown Sound: A Review of the Political New Album from Blood Orange

The blues, a genre born from songs sung on slave ships to release pain and spark hope, is one that is deeply embedded in the black community. Maturing in Mississippi Delta, just upriver from…
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Music Reviews

Lemonade: Beyoncé’s sweetest lemons

Pray You Catch Me The album opens with Beyoncé looking down with graffiti in the background, presented in fur and corn rows. A vulnerable admission of infidelity begins: 'I'm praying to catch…
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Opinion

Dear Beyoncé

I downloaded Tidal apprehensively. I'd seen the hype and knew I'd experience something both visually stimulating and musically mediocre but tried to keep an open mind. The first shot of…
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