Fickle weather in a frightening world has been the story of the last month or so. But alas, we move onward for another edition of Sounds in the Clouds where we’ve pieced together our favorite […]Tags: AlunaGeorge, Âme, Atomic Kitten, Azealia Banks, Baauer, Beyonce, Blaine Skrainka, Bondax, Caina Peso, Chris Malinchak, Clean Bandit, Coco O, dance, Dave Invisible, Dirty Projectors, Drake, Duke Dumont, Electronica, Erykah Badu, House, Jessie Ware, Joe Goddard, Kaytranda, Laura Mvula, Marius Hörsturz, MNEK, Mount Kimbie, Naughty Boy, Polkadot, Prince, Rainy Milo, Rihanna, Rudimental, Sam Smith, Secaina Hudson, Sinead Harnett, Skream, Snakeships, soundcloud, Sounds in the Clouds, Teedra Moses, The Wild Magazine, Thundercat, Touch Sensitive, Treehome95, UK
Basement Jaxx are officially back. The British electronic music duo were heavy hitters in the late nineties/early noughties, but they’ve been a little quiet since releasing their studio album, Scars, in 2009. The video for […]Tags: Animals, Basement Jaxx, colour, dance, electronic, Flowers, fresh, Joseph Johnson, music, patterns, review, The Wild Magazine, UK, vibrant, video., vivid
We now have faces to place with the dreamy electro trio that brought us the celestial “Hey Now” and “Metal & Dust.” London Grammar are Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman, a group of college […]Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Electronica, London Grammar, music, music videos, The Wild Magazine, UK, video.
Who: Jess Mills Where she was born: In North West London Where she lives now: In East London What she does: I’m a singer and songwriter What she’s been up to lately: I’ve just got […]Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Daughter, electornica, Elena Tonra, Jess Mills, London, music, pop, The Wild Magazine, UK, Warner Chappell, WILD PROFILES
Baroness Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female Prime Minister, died last Monday aged 87. During her time in power Thatcher divided Britain both politically and publicly. Now, in the wake of her death, the nation finds […]Tags: Margaret Thatcher, Margaret Thatcher death, parliament, Politics, Stephanie Linning, UK
In the week that his highly-anticipated second album has finally seen the light of day, James Blake has released the video for the title track, “Overgrown,” directed by Nabil, the esteemed director who has previously […]Tags: album, dark, director, electronic, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, landscape, music, Nabil, nature, Overgrown, poetic, production, review, singer, songwriter, spirits, The Wild Magazine, UK, UK Bass, wilderness
James Blake is back to his old chop and screw tactics with the track “Voyeur.” Reminiscent of songs from his CMYK EP, “Voyeur” features Blake’s distinctive vocals – harshly cut up and looped; progressive synth […]Tags: 1-800 Dinosaur, animation, beats, black & white, electronic, graphics, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, music, Producer, record player, singer, The Wild Magazine, UK, UK Bass, video., Voyeur
Who: MNEK Where he was born: Lewisham Where he lives now: Catford What he does: Singer/songwriter/producer/hummer What he’s currently working on: Lots of studio, lots of writing, lots of nail biting, lots of bedroom vibing. […]Tags: Black Butter Records, Blaine Skrainka, Electronica, MNEK, music, pop, Rudimental, UK, WILD PROFILES
London-based scuzz pop duo Big Deal are back with a new single, serving us up a weird-as-hell video for “In Your Car.” Director Danny Perez (of past Animal Collective, Panda Bear and Black Dice collaborations) […]Tags: Big Deal band, Big Deal In Your Car, Danny Perez, music videos, pop, The Wild Magazine, Tshepo Mokoena, UK, video.
Don’t let the name fool you, Deptford Goth isn’t the name of a dark rock/metal band, it is actually the moniker of a solo music maker based in south London (Peckham, not Deptford), whose songs […]Tags: analogue, ART, Deptford Goth, digital, electronic, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, London, monochrome, music, Producer, R&B, singer, Soul, The Wild Magazine, The xx, UK, video