Overcrowding sees headliner’s set delayed and shortened at Field Day 

Tevye Markson found overcrowding, good beer and vegan options at Field Day Four Tet’s headline performance at Field Day on Saturday was delayed for 50...

‘Sounds for Syria’, fundraising concert for Brixton based charity

On 23 June 2018 the London Syrian Ensemble will be holding a fundraising concert ‘Sounds for Syria,’ at Conway Hall to mark Refugee Week....

MUSIC: The World comes together in Brixton

Dave Randall’s gig picks of the month are testament to Brixton’s wonderful music scene and the power of music I gather my thoughts for this...

Brixton prepares for Record Store Day

Long live Record Store Day! Here’s why you should visit your local store on 21 April, says Charlotte Croft From joining the queue, to leaving...

Record Store Day – Follow in the Brixton footsteps of Bob...

Dave Randall celebrates Brixton’s contribution to Record Store Day – 21 April The 21st of April is Record Store Day – an opportunity to celebrate...

Thank you Brixton. I’ll be back!

Author and blogger Maggie Knutson on her first, but not last, visit to Brixton I’d never been to Brixton before, but  I was here to...

Skunk Anansie’s Skin calls for arts for all

The arts, especially music, should be available to all young people, says Brixton-born Skunk Anansie singer Skin. As a result of funding cutbacks, many youth...

Skinnyman makes rare appearance at Brixton’s Soul Proprietors

Liam Witchalls caught a special Skinnyman performance in a Brixton record shop and spoke to the man himself … It’s been over a decade since Skinnyman...

Brixton Calling: Talking with Blacker Dread

Monday night (12 March) sees the first television showing of a new documentary by BAFTA award-winning director Molly Dineen about legendary Brixton figure Blacker...

Brixton Calling: Music – Brixton’s record shop with soul

  Delores William talks to Vinyl Record's Claudia Wilson about her passion for music, people and fun “Come on in, bring your records, or come and...

Musical tribute to Brixton

I Ended Out Moving to Brixton is a new EP from experimental avant-garde musician and sonic artist, Brixton resident Kate Carr. She has recorded a...

Young Brixton musicians to play in Germany

Youthsayers – the music project run by Brixton band Soothsayers – is taking a group of local 11-to-18-year-olds to perform at a ska, reggae...

REVIEW: Ibeyi at Electric Brixton

By Rachel Hall Red boiler suits are perhaps not what you might have pictured French-Cuban twins Ibeyi to be wearing when listening to their shimmering...

INTERVIEW: Hip hop pioneer Ty on jazz, grime and Brixton gentrification

Where better to meet one of Brixton’s true hip-hop pioneers than Pure Vinyl Records on Ferndale Road. Or so I thought, until I discovered...

Phonox and Andrew Weatherall raise cash for Brixton Soup Kitchen

Legendary acid house DJ, Londoner Andrew Weatherall, is not only playing four Fridays at Brixton’s Phonox next month. He will also create a work...

Brixton family gets together to visit the Jazz Café

It’s not often that you’ll find us recommending venturing outside of our beautiful borough, but the Romans-Hopcraft family takeover of Camden’s Jazz Café is...

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