Norwegian Eight-Piece FIEH Release New Video 25

Check out the new video '25' by eight-piece alt-soul collective Fieh. This toe tapping deep-soul track features an unusual video, directed by Jack A Bowden (Nike, Missguided), depicts the group initiating a new member, cult style. You can see the Wes Anderson and Tarantino influence here. Founded by 22-year-old singer and multi-instrumentalist Sofie Tollefsbøl, who... Continue Reading →

Musicvein Interviews: Chantae Cann

Her sublime vocals once provided the perfect backdrop for RnB Queen India Arie, collaborated with Eric Roberson and Snarky Puppy but now Chantae Cann takes centre stage as she embarks on her own pilgrimage with album ‘Journey To Golden’ and a pit stop in the UK. MV: Chantae, I’ve just had my feet up chilling out... Continue Reading →

The Doctors Orders Turns 10

The Doctor’s Orders turns 10 A decade of Hip Hop’s best international acts on the UK scene “The Kings of the Capital’s Hip Hop scene”, as TimeOut Magazine described The Doctor’s Orders, is turning 10 this year. Over this decade of activity, it managed to grow from just a monthly Hip Hop party into a... Continue Reading →

Musicvein Interviews And This Is Max

Last month I posted the EP 'Nowadays' by French Soul group And This Is Max. Like me, you guys were instantly digging their sound and eager to know just who they are and what they're all about...well not one to disappoint, Musicvein caught up with lead singer Raphaël Hiribarne, here's what went down. Musicvein: Who... Continue Reading →

Lots To Give – Louise Golbey

The first album of the week for 2015 is Louise Golbey's 2014 EP 'Lots To Give'. A late discovery for me as Louise is set to release her debut album 'Novel' later this month and since listening to this EP - I'm eagerly awaiting that release. Just as the album title says, it's clear that Louise... Continue Reading →

Playtime with Juliette Ashby

Last weekend Musicvein headed on down to the swanky Apartment 58 - New Oxford Street London - for their annual Playtime Festival. Attracting people from the length and breadth of the UK over 5 consecutive days, I just had to see what all the fuss was about - and boy was I glad I didn't... Continue Reading →

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