Our Australian pals StreetX celebrate 5 years of existence today and to celebrate that fact, we made this short film about; the store, the brand and what it means to founder Dan Bradshaw to have lasted this long with a shop thats, in their words, in “the middle o’ fuckin’
Arnaud Bernard’s Chinoiseries album ensured his stage name, ONRA, was etched into the history books forever. Receiving many an accolade, the French beatmaker, naturally alongside his trusty MPC, is soon to return with Chinoiseries Pt. 3, the anticipated finale to the trilogy that has garnered such positive reviews. Looking deeper though, I was keen to discuss ONRA’s story, what Chinoiseries means for him and discover what he thinks of the current state of music.
With close to nine years regular rotation on Rinse FM, a regular show on NTS and being one of the most eclectic, accomplished DJ’s of our time Alex Rogers, known to most as Alexander Nut, is no stranger to a busy schedule. However, sitting down with the Eglo Records co-founder ahead of his set at
Towards the end of last year I took a trip up to The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead and caught up with Team GB snowboarder and Winter Olympian Aimee Fuller. In between her session and teaching some Radio One Extra DJs how to snowboard we grabbed a drink and found a quiet corner to talk about her
On the surface it doesn’t seem like Breaks and Finisterre have a lot in common. Granted, this is the first surfing piece we’ve ran, and I’d hasten to say it won’t be the last, but there was something about the brands story that really spoke to us. It’s no secret that the Breaks crew come