Tag Archives: London

September 29

Du Tonc – a Nu-Disco delicacy!

If right now Australia was to sell all their musical talents their GDP would go sky-high. However, this statement does only partially apply for Du Tonc. Does the guy on the picture look any familiar to you? Yes, that’s no less than Matt Van Schie, the bassist of Van She and official Aussie of Du […]

August 15

Bonobo – True Master of Downtempo

This post is dedicated to man, who should have deserved to be on this blog way earlier than many other performers on the Lane. The roots of the multi-talent Simon Green, aka. Bonobo, go way back to the year 1999 when his debut album “Animal Magic” hit the market – a pioneer of the downtempo […]

January 09

UK Garage + 2 Step x R&B = AlunaGeorge

We’re back at the lane trying to promote a genre that indeed isn’t easy to describe AT ALL. What we do is we just simply take a pot, throw in some UK Garage, some R&B, a little bit of Indie, season it with some Electro and maybe some synths and the outcome should, according to […]

July 11

Two Inch Punch – melodic influenced Minimal

Two Inch Punch, also known as TIP, has earned increasing reputation after covering Metronomy’s “the Look”. At first Ben Ash was reproducing and remixing various great songs of other bands before actually putting out his own tunes. His music does not affiliate with other remixes that easily as he considers himself as a frustrated Soul/RnB […]

July 09

The XX – 100% heartbreak warfare

From the Putney-district London (UK) founded in the very early stages of their school days. A place which -quite obviously- seems to accommodate quite some talents, considering the fact that other bands like Hot Chip of Four Tet have been at the same school as the XX. The band’s first single “Crystalized” was said to […]