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Greenness: Cyclicity EP Launch

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Saturday 18th August
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African Night Fever: 15 Year Celebration Party

Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea
Saturday 18th August
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Kevin Morby

The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 23rd August
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Yo La Tengo

Komedia, Brighton
Wednesday 29th August
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Live Reviews

Bishop Nehru – The Haunt, Brighton
Bishop Nehru

The Haunt, Brighton
The Rhythm Method – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
The Rhythm Method

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Mystic Braves - The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Mystic Braves

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Pride – Preston Park, Brighton
Pride Festival

Preston Park, Brighton


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Rejjie Snow

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    Rejjie Snow - Interview - 2018 Rejjie Snow – Interview 2018 Rejjie Snow is one of the most exciting artists in the UK right now. Having worked with everyone from Loyle Carner, to Joey Bada$$ and Yellow Days, he’s been consistently releasing excellent projects since he first turned up five years ago. Now, and finally, we’ve reached the moment of his debut album, Dear Annie,which was every bit worth the wait. Over an hour long and incredibly high-concept, it masterfully combines 90s American rap with jazz and 00s r’n’b. I spoke to Rejjie about the album, how the internet shaped him as a musician and his politically-infused music.
  • Rejjie Snow – Dear Annie

    Rejjie Snow - Dear Annie Rejjie Snow – Dear Annie We’ve been waiting a very long time for a debut LP from Dublin rapper Rejjie Snow. Of course, none of us have been waiting as long as the man himself. “Finally. My first album.16th February. Thanks for waiting on me. Love y’all” he stated on the announcement of Dear Annie,his 20-track opus that’s been five years in the waiting, and it pleases me so much to state: it was worth every single second. A mixture of hip-hop, r’n’b and jazz, it’s an incredibly deep album full of intelligent lyrics, astonishing beats and postmodern album...
  • Rejjie Snow - Concorde 2 - 27th April 2017

    Rejjie Snow - Concorde 2 - 27th April 2017 Rejjie Snow - Concorde 2 - 27th April 2017 It was a housemate of mine that showed me Rejjie Snow a few months prior to tonight’s show. His music is relaxed and free and whilst it does fall into the rap trappings of sex, drugs and crime there’s no sense of cliché. His music sounds very innovative and fresh. Mixing all different aspects of rap, no one artist comes to mind to draw comparison from. He has loose, free songs and beats that draw from Madvillian, however there are more pop orientated songs and aggressive ones too.

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