Having toured with the likes of Mos Def and Bonobo and performed at Glastonbury and Bestival, to name but a few, Lazy habits offer up brass-fueled soulful hip-hop stories.
The London seven-piece describe their sound as “beats, rhymes and brass of the highest calibre”, and it’s easy to hear that confidence ooze from the pores of their self-titled debut album. Their onstage energy is contagious and will stay with you long after they’ve left the stage, and it’s this bombastic energy that has seen their music championed by UK tastemakers such as Huw Stephens, Joss Stone, Ghostpoet and a host of BBC Radio DJs.
It’s hip hop, Jim; But not as we know it…
Hailing from Bracknell, Berkshire via Indiana, The Hoosiers have been purveyors of some of the finest vintage indie pop for the last decade.
Following the release of their 2007 chart-topping debut album The Trick To Life, which included the massive singles “Goodbye Mr. A” and “Worried About Ray”, their sound has evolved. That bombastic pop has matured into something more electronic and synthetic, but ultimately just as enjoyable.
With influences ranging from The Cure, The Flaming Lips and Giorgio Moroder, you can rest assured that their eclectic earworms will get you on your feet.