Choong Family show a remarkable return to the scene after the success of their chart hit singles Memory Lane & Fallback. They unleash yet another double-barrelled single Monologue For The Thoughts & Injury Time.
The Platinum Edition DVD is bursting with 3 hours of footage including a 1 hour documentary on the award winning group, radio interviews, live performances and behind the scenes interviews and tour footage.
On October 9, 2004, The Beastie Boys handed out 50 cameras to audience members at their sold-out performance in New York’s Madison Square Garden. These 50 different passionate perspectives, shot from the point-of view of the audience, take the viewers deep inside the world of a live Beastie Boys show, capturing the experience of a live musical performance like no film ever has done.
On Wednesday 12th July hundreds of music fans will descend upon Cargo nightclub in London to witness a competition like no other: music being made solely with the mouth. Eight of the country’s finest human beatboxers will fight it out to become the National Champion, and to represent the UK at the World Championships in Tokyo this Winter.
P.A.C is back with a really pumping track full of depth and gusto. Complex Theory has a 70's TV theme feel on the production and the black and white video directed by Mark Potter perfectly compliments that vibe with an uptempo chase sequence.
Following a scathing attack on hip hop and rap culture by Cameron in The Mail On Sunday, and a fierce debate on Newsnight, the Tory leader has been invited to Lethal Bizzle’s next London show. The influential ‘grime’ artist, performing tomorrow at Scala, King’s Cross, has entered a vicious war of words with Cameron over the last few days, after the Tory leader claimed that Lethal’s lyrics encouraged knife violence.
Omar is most likely best remembered amongst the general populous for his timeless and still superb 1991 soulful hit, There's Nothing Like This. Astonishingly he has endured a five-year recording break during which time he has constructed his own studio and established his own imprint. He as ever has constantly been touring and for some, the master musician has never really been away. Now Omar is back with Sing (If You Want It) which is the British soul supremo's sixth and perhaps most smoothly produced album so far.