Offie Mag Music of the Month: JUNE

Alongside our weekly radio shows, we like to compile a list of some newly released music each month – some you might already know about, some you may not. But that’s the point, innit? First off is our top pick… Our pick of the month comes from 20 year-old electronic producer and rapper Gyles Bartle who hails from the confines of Greenwich, South London… 96 … Continue reading Offie Mag Music of the Month: JUNE

Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar: Da Flyy Hooligan

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 Friday afternoons on Platform B. Lamarrie Essquire AKA Da Fly Hooligan is already a stalwart of British Hip Hop. Hailing from … Continue reading Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar: Da Flyy Hooligan

REVIEW: Strangelove – EP2

Poignantly poetic, and sometimes political raps flow over undulating electronic psychedelia to create something entirely… strange. By David Weir Released last month, this is a (fairly) new one from London’s finest purveyors of abstract word jazz weirdness. Strangelove’s EP 2 is a madcap ramble through the psyche of 3 super talented MCs. When Freedom, Chango and Jakaboski rein in their avant-garde electronic experimentation a little, … Continue reading REVIEW: Strangelove – EP2

3 times that football songs weren’t even that cringey…

For our weekly clickbait article, we’re this time harnessing some of the clickable energy surrounding the incoming international football summer championships – also known as the World Cup. Look at us, acting all cool like we don’t care. But of course we do. If you’re into football you’re into this, as a section of the summer is filled with non-stop goals and stuff. The excitement … Continue reading 3 times that football songs weren’t even that cringey…

GIG PREVIEW: Tenderlonious in Brighton

Surely you’re aware by now of just how strong the British jazz scene is. Anyone who attended Field Day in South London last week, specifically on the Friday, can vouch. They would have been exposed to the likes of Nubya Garcia, Joe Armon Jones (on four occasions) and more inspiring than anything else was a crowd absolutely lapping up. Brighton gets a taste of it … Continue reading GIG PREVIEW: Tenderlonious in Brighton