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Hear the sounds of Goldsmiths’ new label NX Records, Arts

Hear the sounds of Goldsmiths’ new label NX Records

Simon Deacon, Director of Popular Music Performance at Goldsmiths, explains the idea behind NX, a new record label that in conjunction with Matthew Hebert’s Accidental Records hopes to help launch the careers of some of the famous art school’s brightest musical talents, and give other students eyeing-up a career in the music industry some real hands-on experience.

By | Arts, Music | Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 7:00 am

The pop census 2012: London’s new ecology, Music

The pop census 2012: London’s new ecology

Anyone who’s been up with the escapades of Rihanna’s recent promo campaign would get the impression that the pop industry continues to tower financially over us all.

By | Music | Tuesday, 18 December 2012 at 5:30 pm

Katy B: I don’t ever want people to feel I’m being thrust down their throats, Arts

Katy B: I don’t ever want people to feel I’m being thrust down their throats

Kathleen “Katie” Brien, aka Katy B, attended Brit School with the likes of Adele and Jessie J. She’s since released her debut album “On a Mission” and having supported Tinie Tempah on tour, will embark on her second UK tour later this year.

By | Arts, Music | Thursday, 30 June 2011 at 1:10 pm

The rise of melancholic dance music, Music

The rise of melancholic dance music

Smiling disco divas turn back – the dancefloors have had a melancholic makeover- but still upbeat enough to simultaneously dance and cry to. The arguable leader of the pack is James Blake, who burst (well, shuffled uncomfortably) onto the scene towards the latter end of last year, dropping bassy beats with some of the most [...]

By | Music, Notebook | Thursday, 31 March 2011 at 2:57 pm

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