Posts by Vivian Yeung

Four Tet

Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden teases new music online

‘Only Human’ will land on 1 March

slowthai Peace of Mind

slowthai releases nightmarish video for new single Peace of Mind

Crack Magazine’s February cover star cycles through a repetitive dream sequence in his latest visual

Robyn press photo

Robyn, Honey Dijon, Ata Kak and Erol Alkan to play Wilderness Festival 2019

The Oxfordshire festival heads to Cornbury Park on 1-4 August

Bikini Kill announce reunion shows

Bikini Kill announce London show

The group will play at Brixton O2 Academy on 10 June

Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld dies aged 85

The creative director of Chanel and Fendi has reportedly passed away from ill health

Palms Trax

Palms Trax, Honey Dijon and Mafalda gear up for GALA Festival 2019

The London festival heads to Peckham Rye Park on 26 May

Palms Trax

Palms Trax announces new EP To Paradise

The three-track release will be released via Dekmantel on 18 March

Meadows in the Mountains 2018 © Jack Pasco Photography

Meadows in the Mountains makes first artist announcement for 2019 edition

Bradley Zero, Ishmael Ensemble, Solar and more join the line-up at Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains

© Jackson Bowley

IAMDDB, James Blake and more join Sziget 2019’s line-up

The Budapest festival returns to the island of Óbudai-sziget on 7-13 August

Chinese traditional music – Mixed by Howie Lee

Featuring folk, classical music and singers from the socialist period of the 60s and 70s

© Sergio Albert

Solange, slowthai, Four Tet and Jayda G announced for Lovebox 2019

The London festival returns to Gunnersbury Park on 12-13 July

Down Time: Vladimir Ivkovic

Down Time: Vladimir Ivkovic

We asked the Salon des Amateurs resident for his cultural recommendations

Nick Cave Larry Ratso Sloman

Nick Cave appears on new track Our Lady of Light by Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman

The collaboration will be released on Sloman’s debut album, Stubborn Heart

Frank Ocean Instagram

Frank Ocean hints at new music with SZA, Kendrick Lamar and André 3000

A mysterious post has appeared on his Tumblr page


HMV sold to Canadian record store chain Sunrise Records, but many shops set to close

The original Oxford Street store are among the branches set to shutter