Brighton has seen a lot of jazz starlets come through in the past 12 months or so. This includes Joe Armon-Jones on more than one occasion, as the much-revered pianist and composer headlined shows with Ezra Collective and his own band, too. During the Ezra Collective show in Brighton, we had the chance the wander around Kemptown with Joe Armon-Jones, chatting about inspirations, London, Brighton, … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: Joe Armon-Jones interview (featuring Ezra Collective live)
Yeah, we had a dog in the studio for this Offie Mag Radio broadcast. Live on Platform B, our barking guest helped us work through music from Lord Apex, Yadasofi, Joe Armon-Jones and more. This is both our best and worst radio show of the year, with the expected background noise from Ralph the dog and some dodgy DJing from our Editor-in-Chief. Offie Mag. Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: Featuring a dog called Ralph
This was a truly lovely broadcast, done live from Magazine Brighton. It was in aid of the launch of Meta Meta, a new and fellow Brighton-based print publication that’s also stocked in the wonderfully smelling establishment. Platform B broadcasted shows from Magazine Brighton all-day and it was both weird and wonderful to have a live crowd while we did Offie Mag Radio. This Offie Mag … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: What’s the best magazine of all-time?
A change of venue made for a charmingly clunky Offie Mag Radio this week, as Ash the Author joined Greg on air. The rapper was in Brighton for a free show at Rarekind Records, so we spoke about that, his new album with Ded Tebiase and the fact that he has Moleman from The Simpsons inked on his leg… forever. We also played music from … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: Who’s your favourite Simpsons character?
We kick-off the Bank Holiday Weekend with one hell of an Offie Mag Radio, as invited dereck d.a.c to Platform B. He helped us look forward to our event that evening at Patterns, did a little freestyle on air and spoke about his recently released debut EP. Umm… Random Shit is our Pick of the Month, it’s beautiful, so it was a pleasure having the Yert Collective … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio: What’s the best pizza?
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?
Offie Mag Radio was back on Platform B for yet another selection of the best new underground music. Joining us in the studio to speak about his new EP and our Pick of the Month, was Mac Wetha, the NiNE8 Collective producer. Mac Wetha and Friends is his production-led release that has features from Lava La Rue, Puma Blue, Biig Piig and more, so we … Continue reading OFFIE MAG RADIO: Music of the Month with Mac Wetha
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…