Review: White Feathers EP by Slowolf

Earlier this month Danish producer Slowolf dropped the single and title track from his latest EP 'White Feathers' featuring Kimbra. I love how this EP takes the listener on a journey through the various stages of rap music. As the 'White Feathers' intro opens with the rolling drums, sax and bass of its title track, Slowolf begins... Continue Reading →

SLOWOLF – White Feathers EP out 6th May

  DJ, Jazz drummer and producer SLOWOLF aka Andreas Asingh releases highly anticipated EP 'White Feathers' on 6th May. The 'White Feathers' EP will showcase SLOWOLF at his best, seamlessly weaving influences of Hip-Hop, Jazz, R&B and Grime together in one wonderful mix. Tracks are distinct, but the EP is firmly held together with SLOWOLF's... Continue Reading →

Gig Review: Ady Suleiman Live at Rescue Rooms Nottingham

If you were to ask a bunch of under 30 year old gig goers what music genre they were into, the general consensus would be Indie, Chart music, Rock, RnB, the alternative would say Reggae, Hip-hop very few would say Acid Jazz but when I went to Ady Suleiman's show in Nottingham - I was... Continue Reading →

Musicvein Entertainment Presents DJ Spoony

Musicvein Entertainment is pleased to announce that we are now working with the newly refurbished Kings Head, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Launching this Easter break, we'll be bringing you a night of Live music from quality acts - your Thursday evenings will never be the same again! Join us Thursday 24th March from 8pm to see... Continue Reading →

Letting Go with Jerome Price

If you’ve been out clubbing recently, chances are you will have been stomping along to the debut single of Jerome Price, the nephew of a certain British soul singing legend, who’s hit ‘Letting Go’ is tearing up the club scene. With a tune you cannot sit down to and good looks that’ll give JLS’s Marvin... Continue Reading →

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