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Label deal and new record have Glass Peaks eyeing up new altitudes
International selling artist M Dot R cuts an intriguing figure as he takes his dancehall styles from Sheerness to a worldwide audience
Jessica Thandi Berry and Graham Godfrey continue a journey into psych-synth pop to take their Thandii project on to a playlist near you
DJ Harriet Jaxxon reminisces on the cold nights at Whitstable’s former bass hub before signing with RAM Records
From finding gig venues in offbeat spots to creating a platform for local bands, the brains behind Margate’s newest musical nucleus no longer have to look Elsewhere, writes Rob Hakimian
The Gallery’s get retro with their licks and modern with their kicks mixing fashion with music, like it’s supposed to be.
Sat in the Dalby Café - made famous by the Gut Buster Challenge defeated by one Peter Doherty - ‘cene magazine met with son of Margate, Mic Righteous.
Feeder talk new tracks, Spotify and why they are looking forward to headlining at Wheels & Fins festival 2018
Kent four-piece Solomons Garden has brought an indescribable new element to the musical sphere
Host and creator of the Kent Sessions, Producer of BBC Introducing in Kent, Casey Heyburn gives us six to watch
News / music
Legendary Trance artist Paul Oakenfold has collaborated with Galestian shortly before Kent performance
Saturday will see Chatham venue Poco Loco lit up with ultra-violet cannons and pumping sounds
Title track ‘Going Nowhere’ is “doused in realism, with flecks of Julian Casablancas in the vocal; they have captured catchy”
Margate artist channels The Cure with trippy pop banger
Gig venue to celebrate Margate’s new musical heritage
Folkestone group release ‘Born Yesterday’ ahead of nationwide tour
Cranbrook singer-songwriter’s ‘Sunday Afternoon’ playlist in 800 Caffe Nero stores worldwide
Tunbridge Wells punks return with a “social commentary on the ins and and outs of life”
‘cene to curate a line-up of Kent talent alongside acclaimed independent food & drink brand Macknade
Gulbenkian hosts a film and music collaboration, featuring Mercury Prize band Led Bib
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Slaves guitarist and artist Laurie Vincent collaborates with punk painter Daisy Parris for their new art show "Feels like forever ago". The pair discuss everything from the great Billy Childish to Britney Spears.
'cene does breakfast with Margates righteous one. Full interview OUT NOW
'cene Magazine sit's down for an all day breakfast at the infamous Dalby Cafe, with Margates Righteous one. It gets silly, serious & sad. All before the release of some new music coming for 2019! #keepitkent
'cene Magazine was at SouthBeats 2018 - Here’s our highlights.
'cene magazine catches up with social media star and Kent DJ Arron Crascall at SouthBeats Festival 2018
'cene gets a quick-fire interview with legendary 1Xtra & Beats 1 radio DJ Charlie Sloth at Southbeats 2018
'cene talks international fans and getting back in the studio with DnB megastar DJ Wilkinson at Southbeats Festival 2018
'cene magazine catches up with Sister Bliss of Faithless - backstage at Wheels & Fins Festival 2018