Archives for posts with tag: blues


Great new track from Button Eyes, which is taken from a recent compilation by Berlin-based collective, Project Mooncircle. Featuring typically sublime vocals from CW Jones, as well as 184’s ever dope production, I’m hoping we’ll hear more from the crew this year. You can stream the track below and the compilation itself is available here. Read the rest of this entry »



Rag’n’Bone Man is one of those rare artists who has managed to make the leap from underground to mainstream, without losing any of their integrity. I was lucky enough to to chat with him recently about his early influences, staying grounded and his recurring themes of death and mortality, among other things. The interview took place at the Cypher Lounge at the Windmill in Brixton. Read the rest of this entry »

It was only a matter of time before Rag N Bone Man was asked to make an appearance on Later…, especially given the commercial success of his latest single. Well last night the inevitable became reality as he made a stunning debut on the show, including this performance of Human.

Powerful new song from Rag N Bone Man as he continues his rise to commercial success. Human has been getting a lot of much deserved hype since its release last week, helped along by a great video too. The song is available to buy now via iTunes.

Sticking with Rum Com alumni, Rag N Bone Man released this new audio track last week. Produced by Cadenza, the sublime Healed is available to buy from iTunes. The pair will be performing together on 7 June at Village Underground, so watch out for that.

The title says it all really. One of the best DJs around, focuses his skills on some amazing samples, from the instantly recognisable to the more obscure. 36 minutes of musical joy.


Taking a step away from the rap world now, as we take a look at the latest reissue from the good people over at Traffic Entertainment. Muddy Waters is a name synonymous with blues music and especially with the pioneering of electric blues. The list of artists he has influenced is long and varied, transcending the boundaries between genres and his legacy continues to inspire musicians who are honing their craft today. Read the rest of this entry »

More new music from Rag N Bone Man, following in the footsteps of his excellent video, Lay My Body Down. Solemn vibes, strong vocals, backed up by some tight production from Mark Crew, who produced the forthcoming album.

Rag N Bone Man and Leaf Dog shared a new/old track with the world yesterday, which was a leftover song from the excellent Dog N Bone EP. Personally I am a big fan of these two collaborating, so looking forward to what this year has in store.

Rag N Bone Man has done a reworking of the old folk song House of the Rising Sun. Read the rest of this entry »