Another fortnight, another Friday afternoon well spent on Offie Mag Radio. What with the football season restarting, this time we asked our readers and Platform B’s listeners whether or not they even care. Spoiler alert: They don’t. As well as that rivetting content, we were also delighted to have young Brighton jazz wizard, Nadav Schneerson of Yadasofi on the show, after our first-ever jazz event … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: Do you care about football?
Welcome to BURR. Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar. In this series, Brighton hip-hop DJ, Matt ‘Brickcellphone’ Leppier, is chatting to some of the underground rap talent on his radar. It’s as simple as that. Follow him @brickcellphone and listen to him spin some of these artists on Offie Mag Radio. Changing Currents interview This time the Underground Rap Radar steps away from the mic and into production, as … Continue reading BURR 28: Changing Currents
Your favourite off-licence themed magazine, Off Licence Magazine, have booked in their first-ever ticketed event as they bring Black Josh to Brighton. On August 23rd, Patterns’ basement stage will be filled by some of the finest talent on Offie Mag’s radar for what will hopefully be the sweatiest night of the Foundations series to date. Having done a handful of free events that were DIY … Continue reading OFFIE MAG and Foundations book Black Josh for Brighton headline show
Welcome to BURR. Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar. In this series, Brighton hip-hop DJ, Matt ‘Brickcellphone’ Leppier, is chatting to some of the underground rap talent on his radar. It’s as simple as that. Follow him @brickcellphone and listen to him spin some of these artists on Offie Mag Radio. This time we have interviewed Baileys Brown, a Bristol producer who has just released a pretty hefty project, Still … Continue reading BURR 27 w/ Baileys Brown
July, what a scorcher. There’s been some (more) weird weather, 50 years since somebody (maybe) stepped onto the moon and (probably) the most idiotic politician of all time becoming the Prime Minister. As well as all this, it has been a bloody great month for music with some fantastic projects being released left, right and centre. As such, the Offie Mag Music of the Month … Continue reading Offie Mag Spotify: Now with added R.A.E, Nah Eeto and Mac Wetha…
You know that bunch of people on the cover of Off Licence Magazine ISSUE THREE? Well here is a motion picture interview with them. NiNE8 Collective are multi-disciplinary Londoners who are doing various bits right now, involving a range of artists across a range of sounds. The crew’s non-biological mother, Lava La Rue, had us over and we spoke to the whole load of them: … Continue reading 5 minutes with… NiNE8 Collective
Offie Mag were in the Green Door Store for their usual bi-weekly Friday afternoon slot, posing the question: If Boris Johnson was a sandwich, what sandwich would he be? The political tone of our Offie Mag Radio Phone-In set the tone for a show that, aside from the politics, involved some lovely (almost) clean music from Greentea Peng, Kojaque, Sly Fieri and, ahead of their … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: If Boris Johnson was a sandwich…
Tugay Kerimoğlu… what a player. Here are some of his most iconic goals in a blue and white uniform, as told by me, Brickcellphone, a non-football fan. Uh oh. So, here’s what my research tells me… Tugay hails from Turkey and spent most of his time playing for Galatasaray and Blackburn Rovers. Unbeknownst to even the most loyal Blackburn Rovers fan, Tugay won the Turkish equivalent of … Continue reading 5 of the best Tugay Kerimoğlu screamers