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Crack reality with Aphex Twin

We’ve been working with Crack magazine to bring Aphex Twin’s augmented reality to the streets. The experimental electronic artist was back and more visual then ever on our interactive 48 sheet billboard on Hackney Road. By downloading the Crack mobile app passsers-by could bring the trippy artwork to a whole new level of distortion – as […]

Robyn delivers Honey

After an eight year hiatus, Swedish pop queen Robyn has returned with her sixth solo album, Honey. The album addresses several of the reasons behind the lengthy gap inbetween albums, from the death of her longtime producer and friend to the break-up of her relationship, and received near perfect reviews on release from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and The […]

Nao’s Saturn Return

Nao returns this month with her heavenly second album, Saturn. The talented British singer-songwriter first made a splash on the scene with her critically acclaimed debut, For All We Know, and returns after a two-year hiatus. Her new release is named after the astrological theory of the “Saturn Return” – essentially when the planet Saturn returns to the same […]

The spirit of Notting Hill Carnival

If this year’s Notting Hill Carnival proved anything it’s that British weather will never stop the party. Despite the continuous downpour of rain, the colours of the carnival continued to shine through all weekend. From rowdy fun-seekers to packed out streets to incredible floats and colourful performers, 2018’s Carnival did not disappoint. Here are a few […]

It’s time to enter the dystopian world of Palo Santo

English pop band Years & Years returned this July with their second album, packed to the rafters with catchy synth hits. Receiving five star reviews from the likes of NME – who described it as “filthy, sexy, thoroughly debauched pop at its finest” – the band are back with 14 new tracks perfect for your summer playlist. […]

Five Finger Death Punch fight for Justice

One of heavy metals biggest bands, Five Finger Death Punch, returned this year with another anthemic album. The American rock quintet, hailing from Las Vegas, followed up on 2015’s Got Your Six with their seventh studio album, And Justice for None. After a tumultuous couple of years – which saw walk-outs whilst on tour, and lead singer Ivan Moody […]

The arrival of All Points East

A brand new festival for 2018, All Points East will take over Victoria Park in London for ten days. The incredible new event will encompass a three day music festival, community focused programme of midweek entertainment and three huge APE Presents headline shows. The APE Festival, running from 25th – 27th May, has an incredible […]

Fickle Friends bring us tropical vibes

Brighton indie pop band Fickle Friends finally released their debut album earlier this month. The five-piece band have been on the rise since they won a competition to play at The Big Feastival back in 2013. Five years later their first album has been fine-tuned with straight up pop anthems and debuted in the charts […]

James Bay is back with a brand new sound

British crooner James Bay is back and about to make waves on the 2018 music scene. The singer’s debut album, ‘Chaos and The Calm’, won him awards at the Brits, Ivor Novello’s, MTV EMAs and MTV VMAs, alongside Grammy-nominations aplenty. But even having the UK’s biggest-selling debut album of 2015 wasn’t enough for James. His […]

Whyte Horses Return

Earlier this month Mancunian psychedelic pop group Whyte Horses took us riding into March with their second album release, ‘Empty Words’. The album was featured by BBC6 Music as album of the day and described by one Rough Trade review as an “endlessly creative document”. We worked with CRC Music on the outdoor for the […]

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