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Author: Emma Rochford

Hospital Records – NHS400 EP// Review

It’s customary to start off a review of a compilation EP with a nice, neat potted history of the label putting it out but if you’re reading this and haven’t heard of Hospital Records then chances are you’ve arrived here by accident. (But hey, stick

Earl Grey – // French Exit Review

Fresh off the back of our highly anticipated premier of leading track ‘After They Turn The Rigs Off’, we’ve delved into the latest EP from the don that is Earl Grey. The Mancunian maestro is back with French Exit, his third release on the left-field Inperspective records so prepare yourself for

My Nu Leng & S.P.Y – Feel It // Review

My Nu Leng x S.P.Y A set of words (or letters if you want to be pedantic) I would have thought were only possible to see together in my bass addled imagination. Like when you ask someone to name three headliners for a hypothetical festival and

Dogger & Mindstate – The Time Is Yours EP // Review

Man, do Dogger & Mindstate know how to do intros. When a release starts with over two minutes worth of crashing symbols, pensive chords and slow burning brass accents you know this is going to be some serious soul business. Welcome back boys!   It’s been over a year since their

Mitekiss – Objects to Push EP // Review

Emma Rochford takes a look at the lastest EP from Hospital Records’ musical maestro – Mitekiss. It’s surprising that Mitekiss has found the time to release ‘Objects to Push’ at all really. But somehow between running his own label (Goldfat records), hosting his own podcast,

Hugh Hardie – 7 Tunes in 7 Days // Review

Our Emma Rochford takes a look at the latest from Hospital Records mainstay Hugh Hardie – The ultimate lockdown soundtrack. For those of you whose desktops consist of folders full of unreleased tracks on their 64th variation, Hugh Hardie’s latest offering might be a slightly