Off Licence Magazine is launching ISSUE FOUR. It’s also speaking about itself in the third person like The Rock as it tells you everything you need to know about the event at Presuming Ed Coffeehouse on Saturday 25th January. FR££ ENTRY We couldn’t charge you for this one, as it’s all about celebrating the mag and convincing you to buy it. That doesn’t mean that … Continue reading All you need to know about the Off Licence Magazine ISSUE FOUR Launch Party
It’s cold and you’re a bit poor, but that doesn’t stop the temptation to drag yourself off the sofa and into one of the surprising amount of gigs still coming up this January. We’re looking at London and Brighton & Hove here in this ongoing series, with the occasional exception that will take far more than a Thameslink train for us to travel to. From … Continue reading January: Gigs what we like the look of…
Our first late show of the year means more swearing than your average Offie Mag Radio, with plenty of rap, trap and hip-hop, too. Ahead of our ISSUE FOUR LAUNCH PARTY at a coffee shop, we asked our listeners what their coffee order is. We also chatted to Coding Dude from Para Fiction on the old dog and bone. What a laugh we had. New … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: What’s your coffee order?
In this series, an Offie Mag investigative journalist puts public toilets to the test. Focussing their research around pubs, bars and clubs, The Bog Logs report the findings down to every cracked tile, Dyson Airblade and pube. The views expressed in the Bog Logs may not necessary reflect all of those at Offie Mag (please don’t bar us), but we’re happy to be a platform … Continue reading The Bog Logs: The Druids Arms and The Eagle
We can’t even remember how we ended up with this crispy recording on our now-defunct Soundcloud account, but allow us to thank Platform B, NDPNDNTS and Lord Apex for allowing it to happen. In ISSUE TWO of Offie Mag, Apex told us that he always feels the love when he comes to Brighton. He was in town at least twice in 2018, headlining our first … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Lord Apex LIVE in Brighton (2018)
Right, 2019 is over and here is our favourite music of the year. All the music is either from the UK or Ireland, crossing a few genres and styles across rap and jazz, mainly. Even though the Offie Mag Radio Awards are obviously the most esteemed awards in the music industry, there can of course be no right or wrong list of the best music … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio Awards 2019: Music of the Year
In our last Offie Mag Radio broadcast of the year, we previewed the Xmas Party and played music from headliner, Lee Scott, as well as bangers from Nokia Mansion and Frank Sinatra. Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: The best chocolate in a box of celebrations…
We get it, you’re one of the good ones; a do-er, a mover, a trailblazer. You’re here browsing the Offie Mag blog for christ’s sake, it’s evidently clear. How annoying it must be then, when you don’t get full credit for your pioneer status, or the work you put in to get here. By Imogen Rose Allow me to paint a picture; it’s 2, 3 … Continue reading 5 ways to make sure everyone knows you heard of that song/artist before them