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New Music Video: Ghostpoet "Dial Tones" (2014)

Brits just love their post-dubstep don't they?! Ghostpoet's sophomore LP Some Say I So I Say Light was voted #6 in The Sunday Times' best albums list of 2013. One of the more melodic tracks on the album – "Dials Tones" – has gone viral this week with a spanking new music video. It features vocalist Lucy Rose, who adds a tenderness to the industrial-heavy production. View and listen below:

Single Stream: Ghostpoet "Cold Win" (2013)

'Cold Win' is the second single from Ghostpoet's sophomore album Some Say I So I Say Light. Ghostpoet will play a number of festival dates in the UK and Europe in the next couple of months.

CLOSED Win a copy of Ghostpoet's new album 'Some Say I So I Say Light'!

Returning to Australia after a successful run including a sold-out Northcote Social Club show in 2011, Britain’s Ghostpoet is set once more to demonstrate his innovate wordplay and electrifying live band show, continuing the tradition of favoured UK street poets like Mike Skinner and Roots Manuva.

Ghostpoet set for Australian tour in September!

The UK's Ghostpoet is returning to Australia for some more headline dates this year, after wowing crowds on his debut visit in 2011. With his new album Some Say I So I Say Light being received to favourable reviews across the board, Ghostpoet's upcoming visit will be a celebratory one indeed.

with Oscar Key Sung (Perth, Sydney & Melbourne)

September 12 - The Bakery, PERTH

the AU interview: Ghostpoet (London)

With his sophomore album, Some Say I So I Say Light, ticking all the right boxes, UK artist Ghostpoet is sitting pretty at the moment. His Australian tour dates were announced this morning and so it seemed like a good opportunity to have a chat with him about the record making process, establishing a memorable live show and how quick success can come and go in this business.

Album News Weekly: Friday, 22 March 2013

This week sees the announcement of new albums from a huge range of acts. From the well known, highly regarded The National and James Blake, to debut’s from lesser-known locals. Not forgetting the surprising debut release from 80’s film star Molly Ringwald and the highly anticipated debut’s of Major Lazer and Charli XCX. This week has it all, plus much much more!


musica/Tumbalong - Tumbalong Park, Sydney (22.10.11)

I must admit, when I first heard of musica/Tumbalong, my initial thoughts were “hipster". Condescending, yes, but everything from the copy promising visceral experiences while drinking wine to a name that included the obligatory punctuation over a letter screamed out to the often-maligned niche known for it's overuse of pretension and misuse of irony.

Mercury Prize Nominee Ghostpoet announces Musica Festival sideshows in Perth and Melbourne.

Heralding a new voice in street poetry, Ghostpoet announces his debut Australian tour for Niche Productions, bringing his live band and performing songs from his Mercury Prize nominated Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam album.

An intoxicating and heady mix of indie guitars, crashing drums, club beats and spooky synths, Ghostpoet’s music is not easily defined, which is perhaps why he has won so many fans so quickly:

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part Three: Friday (24.06.11)

Friday started off well enough, though grey clouds hung ominously above the Somerset farm. Even without the rain, navigating the festival grounds was becoming more and more of a challenge as the mud began to slowly take over the site.