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Single Review: We Are One by EDA

Their heaviest song to date, EDA’s new alternative rock single We Are One comprises of rugged vocals on top of a full instrumental sound. The band has produced a wonderfully well-rounded track, which showcases their title lyric ‘We Are One’. It’s a line repeatedly used, hauntingly so towards the culmination of the track where a […]

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Single Review: New Blood By Semperfi

After playing at Download Festival and winning the Red Bull Jam competition, Semperfi are back to take on the metal scene. Their 2012 debut album Inside received wide critical acclaim. Now the alternative metal band from Aberdeen in Scotland have returned, demonstrating that they they haven’t been idle while away, with the latest single New […]

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Gig Review: James Arthur’s Secret Show

On 4 November pop-rock artist, James Arthur, held a ‘secret show’ at 229 Venue on Great Portland Street to celebrate the release of his debut, self-titled album. To generate buzz about the gig, the X-Factor series nine winner hosted an internet scavenger hunt, posting picture clues, like road signs, and blurred images to his Twitter […]

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‘Ard Work Pays Off

Ard Adz & Shallow are aspiring artists from Brixton, South London who both started their journey into music in their early teens. After posting music videos on the Internet the duo have built up a large audience within the UK underground hip-hop scene, with no record company promotion or marketing to help. 
 With extraordinary […]

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Lorde Is Here to Rule the World

This is Lorde. She is a musician from New Zealand and currently one of the top-charting artists on US radio thanks to the success of her single ‘Royals’. She is also just 16. Later this month, her first full-length album ‘Pure Heroine’ will be released, and I am writing here because you should know about […]

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Lou Reed RIP

Brian Eno, godfather of ambient music, once observed that although not a lot of people bought The Velvet Underground’s debut album, all those who did went on to form a band. Such is their cultural influence and indeed the influence of Lou Reed who acted as frontman and songwriter. The world of music is therefore […]

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End Of The Weak MC World Champs

Hip-hop is a universal language just like when you see someone wearing teeth grills, immediately you know he’s a rapper. I have heard this before and thought I understood it pretty well. I mean rhythm makes sense regardless of what language you speak; anyone familiar with hip-hop almost inherently knows what “16 bars” are. But […]

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New Music: The Intermission Project

Jim, Alex and Charlie: three young talented musicians making up The Intermission Project. They’re currently unsigned, but that shouldn’t last long as they’re a mightily talented band. They’ve managed to create music that captivates you the second the beat drops. With an acoustic, folk, soul feel to their music, the sound they produce radiates positive […]

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Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Lonely Minds

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem