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Guohan curates our ‘Don’t Call It Lo-fi Beats’ playlist to celebrate latest release

Guohan curates our ‘Don’t Call It Lo-fi Beats’ playlist to celebrate latest release

Chinese Hip Hop producer Guohan has curated Offie Mag's Don't Call It Lo-fi Beats Playlist.

Brighton-based artist Kymara releases debut EP 'New Road'

Brighton-based artist Kymara releases debut EP 'New Road'

Hailing from the Netherlands and based in our hometown of Brighton & Hove, Kymara is an artist making noise by smashing every live show her and her band grace the stage of.

Kymara's debut EP New Road captures the essence of her live performance, bringing five songs that flow effortlessly into each other. Drawing on soul and jazz, Kymara's strong vocals are always at the forefront. 

 

They lead the project literally on the trickling piano of Anymore which is track one, and they see you out on New Road's longest...


Braxton Cook collaborates with Moses Boyd on tribute to Ohio shooting victim Ma’Khia Bryant

Braxton Cook collaborates with Moses Boyd on tribute to Ohio shooting victim Ma’Khia Bryant

US jazz artist and composer Braxton Cook has released a beautiful five-and-a-half minute track dedicated to Ohio shooting victim, Ma’Khia Bryant.

Working on drums that were sent to him by London jazz artist Moses Boyd, Braxton Cook leads MB (For Ma'Khia Bryant) with his saxophone playing that has earned him admirers around the globe, touring with the likes of Solange in 2017.

 

Cook had originally saved the file for this song as 'MB,' the initials of his collaborator. However, following the tragic loss of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant,...


What's in Offie Mag ISSUE TEN?

What's in Offie Mag ISSUE TEN?

Off Licence Magazine ISSUE TEN is out now, but will what's it all about?

Nabihah Iqbal and Libby Heaney present ‘Cascade’ for Purcell Sessions

Nabihah Iqbal and Libby Heaney present ‘Cascade’ for Purcell Sessions

As part of our ‘gigs that we like the look of’ series, we want to draw your attention to the capital as Nabihah Iqbal teams up with visual artist and quantum physicist Libby Heaney for Cascade – part of The Southbank Centre’s Purcell Sessions.