On Wax / Art: Robert Sammelin’s cover for Morricone Groove

Released in October on Seoul based independent label Beatball Music, Morricone Groove compiles the below Ennio trcks from various examples of late sixties to early seventies Italian film. The design

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Art / The Prisoner by Paul Mann (Vice Press)

 Out today (Fri 27 July) is a filmic, sixties-style rendition of the landmark 1967 series, The Prisoner. It’s the second time Vice Press have featured the series, the first

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On wax / Darkman OST, art by Francesco Francavilla

One of my favourite artists has been busy completing the cover art for the vinyl release of the Darkman soundtrack on Waxwork Records. Sam Raimi’s Phantom Of The Opera-inspired  character

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Art / Chris Weston’s Prisoner for Vice Press

Amazing work from Chris Weston (2000AD), ready for Thought Bubble in Leeds this weekend and out on Vice Press. Check details here, and yes I’ve posted this as an excuse

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Mongrels’ Full Moon Half Moon video

The opening track from the Mongrels debut album, Attack The Monolith. Order yer limited vinyl pressing here. Check the Hashfinger remix!

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Moments from Nozstock: Richard Aldred captures The Mouse Outfit, Ghost Writerz, De La Soul and more

Photographer Richard Aldred has been kind enough to share some of his snaps from last weekend’s Nozstock festival with Groovement. Based in Malvern but a former Manchester resident, Richard has a

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Preview: Czarface – Every Hero Needs A Villain

Like comics and hip hop? Check out sister site ISSUES, from whence this post comes. Czarface, composed of Wu Tang’s Inspectah Deck and veteran duo Esoteric and 7L, return for

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The Hip Hop Chip Shop are in the Guardian and also have won a prize

Manchester and beyond Fresh from their win of Best Looking Mobiler (vee-hee-cul) in this year’s British Street Food awards, the Hip Hop Chip Shoppers have been brought crashing down to

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POLITIKA launch: Art & the Affairs of the City – 19th September, Manchester

    Along with Endless City, Mind on Fire and Onefiveeight, I’ll be providing a musical background to the launch of the POLITIKA exhibition at Upper Space this coming Friday.

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Simonetti’s Goblin kick off Grimmfest 2014 with live Suspiria score @ Dancehouse, Manchester

Friday, 03 Oct 2014 DOORS OPEN: 7:30PM STARTS: 8:00PM £25adv & Festival Pass £75adv Bit of a horror treat courtesy of Grimm Up North and Trof (owners of new Manc institutions Gorilla and

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Ghostshrimp’s art for Nehruvian DOOM on Lex Records

The next phase of DOOM is upon us, following the boost in recognition he received with the JJ DOOM LP, produced by Jneiro Jarel (Dr Who Dat?, Shape of Broad

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Art // Hip hop prints from Joe Buck

An 18×24 print which you can buy here. There’re more too! “If you were there or have an appreciative knowledge of early Hip Hop, pre 90’s Hip Hop then you

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Hammo x Don’t Panic: Manc Map – Map of Manchester

Hammo is the absolute bomb (I even have one of his pieces hanging in my house) and I’m glad to see there’s a new Manc Map out to welcome freshers

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Art: Pacific Rim selections

The heaviest film released this year is out on DVD/Blu-Ray soon and I’ve been reflecting on some of the amazing art accompanying the movie. Considering the sheer weight and apocalyptic

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Out House respond to criticism of Akse Breaking Bad art

There’s been a hubbub of media attention over the Breaking Bad street art by Akse in Manchester over the past couple of weeks, with the artist contending with continual defacement

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Painting Snowden: An interview with Sarah Lynn Mayhew // SLM Art

There have been two big pieces of Manchester street art doing the rounds on Facebook and Twitter in August – the Walter White as Heiseinberg piece by Akse, and the

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Francesco Francavilla x Breaking Bad’s final eight

One of the most charming things about the powerhouse that is Francesco is his passion for his material, whether it’s his own Black Beetle or stuff he loves to follow

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Interview: OUT HOUSE – Public art in Manchester

    It’s been great to see the creative side of Manchester given some exposure on the internet this week owing to Akse’s Heisenberg piece (Metro, NME, Reddit to name

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