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Burn Weekly Playlist

Follow Burn FM on Spotify here to stay up to date with all our playlists, and tune in to the Music Team show (Tuesday 6-7pm) for the premier of next weeks playlist, along with discussion, interviews and more! You can find Burn Weekly on Spotify here, including 6 bonus tracks not featured below… Tokio Myers: Baltimore Hippo Campus: …Read More


Spotlight: Hiatus Kaiyote

Spell-binding Australian future-soul quartet Hiatus Kaiyote describe themselves as “multi-dimensional, polyrhythmic gangster stuff”. Redefining R&B with their influx of neo-soul and jazz-funk, Hiatus Kaiyote resist generic labels and defy expectation. With just two albums under their belts, their sound is impressively expansive and equally magical. Their 2013 debut album Tawk Tomahawk is a beautiful introduction …Read More


Burn Weekly Playlist

Follow Burn FM on Spotify here to stay up to date with all our playlists, and tune in to the Music Team show (Tuesday 6-7pm) for the premier of next weeks playlist, along with discussion, interviews and more! You can find Burn Weekly on Spotify here, including 6 bonus tracks not featured below… Rapture Pack: Just Drive Wombats: …Read More


Spotlight: Daniel Caesar

It seems Toronto has become a hotspot for talent in the recent years, with acts such as Drake and The Weeknd coming from the city. The latest act to emerge is singer songwriter Daniel Caesar (born Ashton Simmunds), who first became known through the release of his EP ‘Praise Break’ in 2014, which was ranked …Read More


Gig Review: Father John Misty

Father John Misty’s near 80-minute album Pure Comedy was always destined for a big world tour. After the success of I Love You, Honeybear and his Brit nomination combined with his notorious onstage antics lecturing his crowds about either rejected ‘burrito money’ or the state of the U.S. political or entertainment scene – this run …Read More


Burn Weekly Playlist

Follow Burn FM on Spotify here to stay up to date with all our playlists, and tune in to the Music Team show (Tuesday 6-7pm) for the premier of next weeks playlist, along with discussion, interviews and more! You can find Burn Weekly on Spotify here, including 6 bonus tracks not featured below… Vance Joy: Like Gold Pale …Read More


EP Review: Secure The Bag!

AJ Tracey’s fifth EP, Secure The Bag! was released on the 6th October 2017, and has proved in instant hit, debuting in the UK Album Charts at number thirteen. It would be unfair to the West London MC to label this EP, or any of his work, simply as ‘grime’ music, as he himself said …Read More


False Advertising Interview

Manchester-based False Advertising are a three piece DIY grunge band born in 2013 out of a desire to prove what is so vital about raw, energetic live music. They feature Jen Hingley and Chris Warr on vocals, guitar and drums, with Josh Sellars on bass. They have been featured by NME in their print edition …Read More


King Krule – The OOZ Album Review

With his rough jazz sound and iconic groaning, Archy Marshall storms back on the music scene with his second full length album under the alias King Krule. The OOZ is a luxurious indulgence, a very repeatable album and could well become a modern classic with the 23-year-old putting his heart on his sleeve. A range …Read More


Spotlight: Blaenavon

Originally from Hampshire, the Blaenavon (pronounced bligh-nav-on) trio of Ben Gregory (vocals), Frank Wright (bass) and Harris McMillan (drums) formed in 2013 aged just 14. The band has since blossomed from a pastime into a real success story, notably having recently appeared on BBC Radio 1’s live piano session with a cover of Harry Style’s ‘Sign …Read More