A really insightful interview with D’Angelo about his approach to music. I’m a big fan of this man and I can’t wait for him to release some new music!
At the end of May we also spent a day filming 4 live videos at one of my favourite spaces in East London. This former brothel now plays host to contemporary art pieces so it was a pleasure to spend a day there getting some of the new songs I’ve been recording down on film. It was directed by the extremely talented Nick Delaney who did a great job. I can’t wait for you to see them-hope to get them to you in the very bear future! x
At the end of May I was lucky enough to perform again upstairs at Ronnie Scotts. We had a great time road testing a bunch of new songs which went down well. I’m looking forward to sharing these songs with those who couldn’t make the night. Stay tuned! x
Released 12 years ago today, Lauryn Hill’s second album, “MTV Unplugged No. 2.0” deserves another look.
This is a fantastic piece of journalism by Jackson Connor that really nails why Ms. Lauryn Hill’s unplugged album is an extremely relevant piece of art.
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I’m DEFINITELY getting one of these badboys.
And, “for the first and last time,” hear his story, in his words.
I cannot stop listening to this mixtape. This year Boots has really grabbed my attention like no other new artist. Great songs, great production.
This was taken right before we took to the stage on Friday 18th April 2014 at The Haberdashery in Crouch End, London. We hadn’t performed in a while (May 2013) and we were performing a totally new set including some new songs that I could not be more proud of (more of that to follow). I was tweeted by a member of the audience that “he almost cried” during my performance. This may be the best compliment I’ve received!
I am a big, big fan of Mr. Xavier Dolan. His movies truly stand out (I thoroughly recommend that you see his sublime new movie TOM AT THE FARM) and here is a music video he directed for Indochine’s COLLEGE BOY. The video was seen as pretty controversial but often work that is thought provoking and challenging has this effect!