Category Slumped

Meet; Louis London

Following up on yesterdays track ‘Hardly Hear You’ by Sydney-based five-piece Louis London, lead singer Ed Saloman was good enough to take time out of his busy schedule to talk to Slumped In A Corner about ambitions, inspirations and the Triple J Unearthed revolution. Hi Ed, congratulations on the recent release of your EP ‘On […]

Jana & JS – Take a Second Look.

There is a difference between walking the streets of London with open eyes and walking the streets of London with an open mind and with the public perception of graffiti and street art gradually changing, it’s time for you to fall into the latter category. Jana and JS are a couple whose stencil work graces […]

Album Review – Little Comets – Life Is Elsewhere

Soulful, painful and melodic, Little Comets new album ‘Life is Elsewhere’ confirms the relevance of  the hauntingly brilliant indie-pop band. Last week I found myself up in the rafters of Camden’s Koko club grinding and body-popping to the honest lullabies of Robert Coles et al as they showcased the array of quality featured on their […]

Slumped Mix Tape One – Free Download

I have finally reached the end of my first month as Slumped commissioner (took a while to settle upon that title) and in celebration I have crammed all the legal downloads featured this month and a few more proverbial cherries tossed upon the imaginary cake of happiness. Hopefully a few of you will take the […]

An Introduction To Australian Hip-Hop

When the world of mainstream hip-hop remains heavily centred on American megastars such as Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West and Jay-Z producing a host of cardboard copies, is it time to look further afield for talented emcee’s and powerful songwriters? Today I will look at the rising hip-hop scene in Australia and the artists that are […]

The Acceptable Face Of Reality Television?

So, ‘The Voice’ has thrown its hat into the proverbial ring of reality powerhouses and appears intent on removing the shallow attitude and comic spin seen on similar shows, but is this really the first time we have seen true, relevant talent come through such competitions? I take a look at some previous contestants that […]

Meet JK Racing Driver and Formula One Prospect Weiron Tan

I talk to Malaysian teenager and Formula One prospect, Weiron Tan, about his family, his aspirations and his dislike of the English weather. It’s a drab afternoon in a somewhat soulless lecture theatre in central Harlow. A young Asian man takes his seat in front of a crowded room. He looks nervous as he recognizes […]