“When you’re in Iceland, you’re just so isolated. But it was a really good time to grow up and play in a band. The only thing you did was just play with your friends and have fun. If you do that and are honest, then probably good things come to you.”
In June we celebrate one of the indisputable masterpieces of hip hop's golden era. Public Enemy's 'It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back' is our Album of the Month.
A modern classic that defined early 21st century New York City.
A sparse, emotive and heartfelt masterpiece from one of the great lyricists in popular music.
It sounds like a miracle.
Plenty of musicians profess political and social ideals, but few follow through with the dedication that Fela Kuti had. We explore our November albums of the month 'Gentleman' and 'Zombie.'