It’s the first Offie Mag Radio show of the decade. Wowzers. Greg Stanley and Brickcellphone played music from Nokia Mansion, Clbrks, Bel Cobain, Joe-Armon Jones and more on Platform B. Lovely stuff. Offie Mag… Radio. Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: When is it too late to say Happy New Year?
Leeds is a beautiful place and The Northaze make beautiful music. As 2019 is ending, here is one of our favourite interviews of the entire yet, lifted from the pages of ISSUE THREE and turned into a motion picture. The Northaze are really good. We met them and a whole bunch of other Leeds artists on a very special trip to Leeds that saw us … Continue reading 5 minutes with… The Northaze
The forecast for Election Day is gloomy. Wet cheeks are to be expected across the country. It will also rain. To preview the big day, we use our Clickbait of the Week to look at the four types of rain you can expect to see, hear and feel on the day Britain goes to the polls. Hard rain This is the kind of rain that … Continue reading Four types of rain to expect on Election Day
Yeah we do football bits sometimes at Offie Mag. Today it’s exactly 20 years since a 19-year-old scouse bloke scored his first-ever goal for Liverpool, as Steven Gerrard kicked a ball in a goal at Anfield on this day in 1999. Netting against Sheffield Wednesday, it was his first of 120 goals for The Reds, many of which were also quite good. Look out for … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Steven Gerrard’s first goal for Liverpool
Offie Mag Radio slowed down for a relaxing hour on Platform B. We asked people what their favourite Playstation 2 game is, ahead of a special release of our own on Off Licence Records. We played music from our Pick of the Month, Yugi, as well as Nokia Mansion, dereck d.a.c., Del The Funky Homosapien and more. Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: What’s your favourite PS2 game?
This month we continue our Jazz Club series and then at the end of it, we all get kicked out of the EU. To celebrate and commiserate both respective occurrences, we’re using our Weekly Clickbait to share five of our favourite jazz clubs across Europe. Those who have picked up our magazine and read an Offie Mag travel will know that we know our way … Continue reading 5 of the best jazz clubs in Europe…
Irish rapper, producer and Soft Boy extraordinaire Kojaque has risen to wide critical acclaim in the last 12 months. Embodying the exciting nature of independent music in the Republic of Ireland, Kojaque’s music – be it via the beautiful downbeat self-reflection of Deli Daydreams or the fuel injection that is Green Diesel – is connecting with a bigger crowd than ever before. And it’s muchly … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Kojaque – Sunday Roast (2016)
Great. Ahead of our own debut Jazz Club event, we use our weekly dose of nostalgia to laugh at the very concept via The Fast Show. The beloved sketch show re-wrote the rule book for its own genre, packing 25-odd comedy sketches into it’s 30 minute-length episodes on the BBC. While doing so, they mocked those deeply ingrained within a genre of their own, with the Louis … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Jazz Club (Fast Show, 1994)