Our new site is a few days away from launching, and we’ve got an exclusive tape from Issue and Big War all set to help celebrate it’s birth, get ready for that. Also, we’re heading back out to Paris on the 13th – 20th December for some shows that we’re incredibly excited to announce, so if you’re around Paris then, get in touch with us and let’s make things happen. This month has been another musical feast as Meek Mill dropped his ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ album, Brandy released ‘Two Eleven’, SpaceGhostPurrp dropped new material under his Icee moniker. On the electronic side, Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones collaborate on the beautiful ‘VClipse’, Cashmere Cat released one of the EP’s of the year and free remixes came courtesy of Brenmar, Palace and Samename. Check it all below: Read the rest of this entry »

French actress Berenice Marlohe has been dominating the internet this week after the release of Skyfall, so what an apt time for this incredible shoot with Vincent Peters and GQ to drop. Check it all above and below: Read the rest of this entry »

You might remember a while back we posted ‘Bad Bitch’ by Pink Dollaz after been tipped off by the masterminds over at Southern Hospitality. The track is insane and is sure to kill any club. Well now, Pink Dollaz have dropped their ‘Pink Drugs’ mixtape and it is serious fire. They went in, download it below through DatPiff: Read the rest of this entry »

DJ Mag continues its mix series courtesy of Parisian based techno wizard Brodinski. The Bromance chief goes all out with the likes of Rory Phillips, Duke Dumont, Gesaffelstein, Club Cheval and DJ Sliink in this high octane sixty-minute session. Also, Brodinski and his Bromance crew (Monsieur Monsieur, Club Cheval and Gesaffelstein) trek over to London on 9th November for their night at KOKO with Club NME and Deadly People. If you’re in London, be sure to be about. Download and stream Brodinski’s DJ Mag podcast below: Read the rest of this entry »

SpaceGhostPurrp, under his alias Icee, has just dropped his new track “Swervin“, from his “Sex Money Drugs” mixtape. This is the first track to be released from the tape (which will be gradually released track by track through his youtube page) and it’s good to hear Icee/SGP bringing the phonk as usual with this typically dark and distinctively southern banger. It’s been a good halloween.
We’ll keep you updated here as the rest of the tracks are discretely put out by Icee, but in the mean time download “Swervin” below… Read the rest of this entry »

It’s been a heavy day for photoshoots after Ashley Greene for GQ and Anja Rubik for VOGUE Paris and now this: Kate Moss for Vanity Fair. Read the rest of this entry »

This month we had the pleasure of being able to see the Numbers showcase at The Warehouse Project in Manchester. That night we were lucky enough to see Deadboy grace the decks twice, once as Deadboy and once as his smooth RnB alter ego Tearjerker. Needless to say he killed it both times. Although we haven’t seen too much from the South-East London producer since his “Here EP” on Numbers, his annual Halloween mixtapes are something that have been staples in our listening routines for a while now and are another reason why we love this time of year.

Going in straight away with the sounds of ominous bells, screwed Bone Thugz and Harmony, spooky disco jams and Wiley, Deadboy perfectly encapsulates the true Halloween vibes and from the word go we knew this is what would be curing our Halloween hangovers.
Definitely essential listening. Stream the mix and catch the download after the jump… Read the rest of this entry »

The photo spread has emerged from Ashley Greene’s recent shoot with Benny Horne for GQ’s November edition, and it’s pretty special. Check it all above and below: Read the rest of this entry »

Sporting the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and Nina Ricci, supermodel Anja Rubik poses with an array of designer perfumes as photographed by Terry Richardson for the November edition of Vogue Paris. As ever, it’s a memorable shoot: Read the rest of this entry »

Jacques Greene and his Vase label have just given away VS07, a five track EP that features Arclight, Ango, Samoyed, Zodiac and Greene himself. Download the whole thing through Mediafire. Read the rest of this entry »


Not long ago we released the first single “East Oakland” off Mon$ta‘s forthcoming tape “Uptown Monsta”, a collaboration with producer Uptown Greg. Now the Oakland rapper has sent over the tape’s second single “Molly World” for us to give out, before the whole project is released in about a weeks time. Read the rest of this entry »


Our favourite photographer Maxime Quoilin is out in New York City at the minute as the city fights against the dauntingly powerful Hurricane Sandy. Somehow, Quoilin has found the time to take some absolutely breathtaking photos of the city in its most vulnerable state. Check it all above and below:

Maxime Quoilin: Tumblr / Twitter / Site / Facebook Read the rest of this entry »

Local Action chief Tom Lea has just put together this amazing thirty-five minute mixtape of everything that’s doing it in the clubs for him right now. As soon as we saw Ice Burgandy, Ferrari Boyz and S-Type on the same tracklisting we hit play. We love this, shout out to Tom Lea and the Local Action crew. Read the rest of this entry »

Brussels based Lowup Records have just revealed Murlo’s ‘Quartz’ EP as their next release. The London based producer dabbles in bashment and funky vibes throughout the four track release that’s certainly worth picking up. Yet it’s our Manchester homeboy Samename that’s caught our attention today, with his absolute killer remix of Murlo’s ‘Prism’. He went so far in on this, certainly one for the clubs. Also, if you didn’t catch Samename’s free download of the amazing ‘Okishima Island’, we strongly suggest you do that now. Download and stream Samename’s remix of ‘Prism’ below: Read the rest of this entry »