As we approach April, 2019 has already proved itself to be quite a chaotic, and overwhelming year for many of us. Whether individually, culturally or communally, we find ourselves in difficult states of being in tumultuous times; often finding an inability to take a moment and immerse ourselves in creativity.
There’s nothing more exciting than experiencing your favourite artists performing live; the energy, the lights and the engulf of sound all add to the incredible experience that are live music events. With that being said, for some it’s easy to miss these events as we get caught up in everyday
Today is an extra-special Wednesday, because we are lucky enough that two fire remixes have dropped at the same time, the first being fan-favourite Ross From Friend’s remix of genre-crossing legend Thundercat’s ‘Friend Zone’ and the second, the mysterious and talented Adesse Versions’ remix of electro-indie royalty Maribou State’s ‘Kingdom
By Jenna Dreisenstock Image Credit: Tobias Hutzler We haven’t even hit the September half way mark just yet: however, the tracks that have been released in the last two weeks alone are, to put it simply – blessings. We are so excited regarding these new releases in such a short
Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Maribou State‘s new album ‘Kingdoms In Colour’ has been released via Ninja Tune‘s Counter Records imprint and is the band’s first full-length since their 2015 breakthrough debut album ‘Portraits’. The latest album is inspired by the field recordings they made around the world while travelling and
Maribou State announce their new album Kingdoms In Colour, released 7 September via Ninja Tune’s Counter Records imprint, their first full-length since 2015’s breakthrough debut album Portraits. The record features new single ‘Feel Good’ – a collaboration born of their friendship with Houston-based trio Khruangbin and a shared love of breakbeats, vintage surf riffs and a common
Maribou State release their first new music since 2015’s breakthrough album Portraits. The British duo – Liam Ivory and Chris Davids – are fresh from an extended studio hibernation and will take their new live show to a string of summer festivals including a headline set at Sonar 2018, Parklife,Roskilde,