Angus Harrison

obits

RIP Ugo Ehiogu, Who Brought Genuine Passion to a Cynical Music Business

The Dirty Hit Records co-founder and football legend passed away this morning at 44 years old.
Angus Harrison
4.21.17
Thinkpieces And Shit

What the Hell Happened to Pop House?

Disclosure announced they're "taking some time out", so what's left of the genre they were pegged to pioneer?
Angus Harrison
2.27.17
Op-Eds

An Ode to the Digital Download, and Its Impending Death

What happens when the future dies before it’s happened?
Angus Harrison
1.11.17
Essays

Reflections on 'Demon Days': How Gorillaz Turned Global Turmoil into a British Pop Masterpiece

Eleven years since its release, we can recognize it for what it was: a thrilling allegory set on the precipice of an increasingly dark stretch of modern history.
Angus Harrison
8.26.16
Important Questions Raised By...

New British PM Theresa May Has Horrible Taste In Music

May told the BBC's 'Desert Island Discs' that if you were trapped on an island with her, all she would play is Abba, church music, and clips from 'Yes Minister'—which bodes well for Britain.
Angus Harrison
7.14.16
Interviews

We Interviewed Kyla, the UK Funky Queen Who Became a Drake Collaborator Overnight

“They didn’t even send us the song. It was just played to us over the phone during a meeting.”
Angus Harrison
4.12.16
Internet Exploring

Dizzee Rascal: "There's a Real Gun Culture in the UK"

The grime OG delivered some home truths in a new interview, about growing up on a council estate and UK crime culture.
Angus Harrison
3.21.16
Interviews

In Deep Conversation With a Guy Who Got “Stormzy” Tattooed On His Ass, and Then Showed Him It

The 'Grime Tattoo Era' is real. We endeavoured to find out why.
Angus Harrison
3.12.16
Internet Exploring

Panic on the Streets of London: Could Morrissey Be Your Mayor?

Mozzer has been approached by the Animal Welfare party to stand as their candidate for the London mayoral race.
Angus Harrison
3.7.16
Interviews

Meet Mitus, the 20-Year-Old Making Beats for Kanye, Rihanna, Lorde, and Pretty Much Everyone Else

The first beat he ever sold was to Rihanna. The first professional studio he ever walked into was with Kanye West.
Angus Harrison
2.22.16
Op-Eds

What I Learned Growing Up as a Very Serious Fan of The Darkness

“The song, ‘I Believe In a Thing Called Love’ has changed my life. I am now a full on rocker!” read my diary on 20th September, 2003.
Angus Harrison
2.20.16
we saw this

Watch Hundreds of People Dance in the Streets of David Bowie's Hometown in Tribute

It’s a strange thing when sadness turns into a party – the air was as full of confused tears as it was the sound of bottles clinking and crackly sound-systems blaring “Let’s Dance.”
Angus Harrison
1.12.16
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