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Review: BEA – ‘Dual Natures’ EP

Released earlier this month, 21-year old London-based artist BEA’s debut six-track EP ‘Dual Natures’ was inspired by the rush of creative freedom BEA experienced when she moved out of the capital during lockdown.

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Single Review: Wavy Jones – ‘They Won’t Be Home For Christmas’

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Recorded on Christmas Day, ‘They Won’t Be Home For Christmas’ is the lead single from US production outfit Wavy Jones’ upcoming album ‘as we stand amongst ourselves’ – due out next month.

Spearheaded by the group’s newest member, old Major (real name Noah Stewart), the track is a warm R&B-influenced instrumental, enhanced by ambient elements and touches of trap.

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Review: Wavy Jones – ‘Swishers & 7-Irons’

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The latest mixtape from US-based, recently formed production outfit Wavy Jones ‘Swishers & 7-Irons’ explores a number of different music genres and is crammed with ideas.

Featuring the work of beatmakers DJ MUNday and Vinny Goldberg, shining with all kinds of promise, the tracklisting feels cohesive and like a collection throughout its duration – even when it shouldn’t.

While the arrangements themselves suffer from no major voids, a problem lies within the album’s overall presentation and general production value.

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Review: Fast Girls (2012)

With only weeks to go until the London Olympic Games UK movie ‘Fast Girls’ settles into the starting blocks to tell the story of a young sporting hopeful looking to make it big on the track.

Directed by award-winning young filmmaker Regan Hall (3 Hours) and produced by Damian Jones (The Iron Lady, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll), ‘Fast Girls’ was co-scripted by Noel Clarke and I was lucky enough to attend an exclusive screening in Soho…