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)
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. You can also read Brickcellphone’s interviews with Lava La Rue, Virgil Hawkins and v7backin2007, in the latest issue … Continue reading BURR #15: PARA FICTION
Para Fiction have started 2019 by releasing new visuals and a brand new song, as the Brighton locals give us an exclusive of their latest genre-bending track, PAP£R. Extra support from the Yert Collective squadron comes in the form of Raf Lychee of Goth Shawty fame, who along with Para Fiction, we’re tipping to have a big year. Keep an eye on this lot but not … Continue reading PARA FICTION – PAP£R (Feat Raf Lychee)
How is it still this hot? Our graphic designer, Aussie Dan, reckons the colour of the grass reminds him of summers in Perth. It hasn’t rained in Brighton since we published Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: JUNE. But in a link smoother than a crisp Asahi in the July sun, we’re pleased to tell you that there is no drought in brilliant new music … Continue reading Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: JULY
“Make some noise for all the black girls in the room.”
With nothing else but a backpack and some bottled water with him, it’s mad how a guy can command such presence in a room stood behind what looks like a table from a school lunchroom.
With a new album just released, one to follow his acclaimed debut, The Garden of England, we spent five minutes with Brighton artist, Benaddict. Continue reading “5 MINUTES WITH… BENADDICT”
“It’s about that late night delirium, when your main brain turns off. You start to bounce off each other. Switching off the rigidity of communication. That night time zone when you’re just loose and you rock out! You know it’s right when you find the sun’s coming up and you’re jumping around the studio to the track you’ve just made. You’re laughing and laughing and you just don’t want it to end!”