Posts Tagged: brighton

Interview – Underground Vinyl

Dedicated music enthusiast Daniel Mitchell has recently set up the Underground Vinyl distribution service, specialising in various forms of extreme metal, and its sister site, a blog/zine that provides news, reviews and all the latest from the UK underground music

Interview – Underground Vinyl

Dedicated music enthusiast Daniel Mitchell has recently set up the Underground Vinyl distribution service, specialising in various forms of extreme metal, and its sister site, a blog/zine that provides news, reviews and all the latest from the UK underground music

A Conversation With Tom Caruana

Tom Caruana is a British hip-hop producer and the boss of Tea Sea Records, whose unlicensed Wu-Tang Clan versus the Beatles mash-up album brought him some unwanted legal attention. M3 got in touch with Tom to hear his story, and

A Conversation With Tom Caruana

Tom Caruana is a British hip-hop producer and the boss of Tea Sea Records, whose unlicensed Wu-Tang Clan versus the Beatles mash-up album brought him some unwanted legal attention. M3 got in touch with Tom to hear his story, and

Interview – Professor Elemental

Professor Elemental is a hip-hop MC like no other, combining the worlds of steampunk and chap-hop with a love for adventure, invention and the quintessential British cup of tea. M3 had a chat with Elemental about the benefits of social

Interview – Professor Elemental

Professor Elemental is a hip-hop MC like no other, combining the worlds of steampunk and chap-hop with a love for adventure, invention and the quintessential British cup of tea. M3 had a chat with Elemental about the benefits of social

Interview – Ekca Liena

Brighton’s Ekca Liena (AKA Daniel W J Mackenzie) creates deep drones and sumptuous ambient textures in which to lose yourself in. Daniel spoke to M3 about his free releases, altered states of consciousness and the structural coherence of albums and

Interview – Ekca Liena

Brighton’s Ekca Liena (AKA Daniel W J Mackenzie) creates deep drones and sumptuous ambient textures in which to lose yourself in. Daniel spoke to M3 about his free releases, altered states of consciousness and the structural coherence of albums and