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Next Wave: Luke Sital-Singh

“I’m having a kind of day off today,” explains emerging singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh, speaking to Clash from his London home, preparing to play a set before a cinematic Romeo And Juliet screening, having just released his ‘Film Songs’ EP. 426 more words

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Gemma Ray: Music For Your Motors (for Clash magazine/Issue 98)

It’s a brave move, letting Howe Gelb open your album, and his gravelled voiceover on ‘The Wheel’ threatens to overshadow everything that follows. But Berlin-based Brit Gemma Ray has much to offer on her sixth album besides collaborations, from country melancholy to high-wrought melodrama, blues-rock swagger to poppy hook. 56 more words


Next Wave: MNEK

Asked to explain his sound, south London-based producer-turned-solo-artist Uzoechi Osisioma Emenike, better known as MNEK, naturally leans towards the P-word.

“I guess it’s pop music that’s pretty much influenced by R&B, electro, house and hip-hop. 323 more words


Does it get better than London?

Three years ago, at this time, I was hopping the pond for three months of bliss. However, at the time it was utter anxiety, being very aware I was on an island. 194 more words

Recent Work...

Here is a list of links to my various published music journalism work if you fancy a ganders…

- Sega Bodega Next Wave for Clash magazine. 113 more words