Tag : Rejjie Snow

A Letter to Rejjie Snow, following his seductive sold-out show at Stylus | 26.04.18

5 months ago / 0 comments

Dear Rejjie, Your set may have been delayed by a few minutes due to technical difficulties, and you may have proceeded to call us Manchester about four times before your DJ reminded you what city you were in, but we don’t mind. You settled into Stylus with your characteristic style … Read More

InTheMiddle with Rejjie Snow

6 months ago / 0 comments

Having been on the scene for 5 years now, Irish rapper Rejjie Snow has been a sleeping giant in hip-hop. After the recent release of his seminal album Dear Annie, he is on his way to standing shoulder to shoulder with some of hip-hop’s greatest artists. Irish hip-hop artist Rejjie … Read More

Rejjie Snow Finally Wows Us with Debut ‘Dear Annie’

7 months ago / 0 comments

Rejjie Snow is not your quintessential rapper. Hailing from Dublin, an area hardly synonymous with hip-hop, and already one of Ireland’s most successful exports, Snow is an anomaly who is both refreshing and intriguing. Dear Annie has finally been released into a world that has been craving more from the … Read More

The Irish Invasion

2 years ago / 0 comments

British representation has always been an issue in hip hop. It’s a genre that, over the past thirty years, has become synonymous with the streets of urban America, whether it be the neighbourhoods of Brooklyn, Chicago or California. If you were to ask me for the five most important figures … Read More

Preview: Secret Garden Party 2017

2 years ago / 0 comments

This utopic festival makes its return in 2017, with the line-up sounding bigger and better than ever before. Secret Garden Party announces its theme for 2017 along with the first wave of artists: ‘Sweet Dreams… Are Made of These?’ Expect a wry but waggish look at celebrity culture in the … Read More

Festival Review: Leeds Festival, 26-28/08/16

2 years ago / 0 comments

As the Monday morning sun rose across the fields of Bramham park, illuminating the skeletons of abandoned tents and burnt-out fires, the scene looked more like a battlefield than the aftermath of Leeds Fest 2016. The post festival blues that wormed its way through the dreary eyed crowds trudging to … Read More