Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Luke Rion.

The second instalment of our feature on the Black Lake Studio takeover of Off the Kerb is an interview with exciting young artist Luke Rion. Courtesy of Luke Rion. …

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Album Review: Sundara Karma – Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect

Sundara Karma undoubtedly wrote this album to be performed in stadiums and arenas worldwide, and I imagine their live shows to be equally as grand. Writing anthemic …

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Moses Sumney drops ‘Rank and File’ + a new EP

LA-based singer/songwriter Moses Sumney has just followed up his 2017 debut album with a three-track EP titled ‘Black in Deep Red, 2014’. Prior to this release, …

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Album Review: Rae Fitzgerald – ‘Popular Songs for Wholesome Families’

Born south of St. Louis, twenty-seven year old Rae Fitzgerald is soon to release her full-length studio album, Popular Songs For Wholesome Families on June 3rd. The …

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New George Ogilvie single ‘October’

You may not have heard of UK-based singer-songwriter George Ogilvie, but that is soon to change. Hailing from the historical cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent, the …

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There’s Something Old (In A Good Way) About ‘Something New’

ALXNDR look like a threesome of boys out of a teen catalogue circa 1996. They’re all distressed jeans, dishevelled hair, flannel shirts, paisley and leather jacke …

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Album Review: Meg Mac ‘Low Blows’

Megan McInerny, who as a musician goes by the name Meg Mac, grew up with an interesting mix of musical influences. Throughout her childhood she grew up listening to …

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Must-See Art: ‘Getting By’ by Astrotwitch at OTK.

In times of political turbulence, art has often been our saving grace. Not in so much as it’s anything like miraculous. No, the wonder of art is that it inspires …

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GANZ raising the crowds with his new EP ‘GAO’

With a pair of headphones and a laptop by your side, almost anyone these days can produce some slick beats and killer drops by just the click of a button. But up cl …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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