These are a list of the best up and comers you need to keep your eye on from the UK.
1. Motto Estate
A rap collective of 9, they are making movements in the UK underground hip-hop scene with their different sounds mixed with a variety of tonalities that makes them especially unique.
You can check out their latest tape "Estate of Mind Vol. 1" below:
2. China Lilly
Part of creative group SINDYSPLACE China Lilly is shaping the scene with her dreamy vocals over subversive hiphop beats. She has a voice like no other - she is definitely someone to be keeping your eye on. You can check out her pltfrm live here:
3. Bel Cobain
An incredible songstress with sultry chilled lyrics over alternative contemporary beats. She is a force to be reckoned with. You can check my favourite of her tracks out here:
London-based rapper, Feux is a bilingual alternative artist who has an incredible smooth flow. He is self-managed and most recently co-produced his latest release 'DUBIOUS'. You can check it out here:
Porij is a quartet based in Manchester with futuristic electronic beats, genre bending and non-conforming, their music is an eclectic fusion of their influences. You can check out their music here:
Where do I even start? This account is fully of the most delicious dishes with a mixture of home-cooked meals and the tasty treats this wonderful foodie can lay her hands on. Going by the name of Bri - she sure knows how to cook up a storm.
Woweee - just take a look at that beautiful sandwich. What I love the most about this blog is how aesthetic her food looks. This sandwich is filled with prosciutto ham, onion chutney, rocket, hummus, sundried tomatoes on sourdough bread. This is one of her homemade creations - unbelievable right? It looks like it has been made in a high-end cafe that you would probably find in Ancoats. â
If you need Sunday roast inspiration - look no further! Here Bri cooked up a tender steak alongside garlic and paprika infused roasties. If she started a restaurant I would definitely pay a visit.
If you need some lunch inspiration - go check out her page! This one is a personal favourite with the simple but sweet Antipasti lunch featuring olives, ham, brie, sourdough, artichoke, tomatoes, rocket and crisps. (Mmmmm) You have to give this page a follow for all your foodie inspo.
If you are vegan and are struggling to get creative with your meals - look no further. This page's recipes are to DIE FOR.
One of my favourite things about this page is the amount of Asian food they post on here! In this post they cooked up a FEAST! You can find homemade boa buns, spicy miso glazed cauliflower wings and fried shiitake mushrooms. Who would want to eat meat again when you can eat this incredible spread?
I LOVEEE how creative they get with their recipes - this is a personal favourite of mine which I tried out myself and woooo it was DIVINE. Korean Fried Cauliflower in a tasty rice noodle broth. How you season the cauliflower is the key to making it taste AMAZING. Follow these guys for all your vegan needs.
This food blog is run by Luce who shares a colourful variety of food - some of her own creations and some meals out - both undeniably delicious.
Here Luce shared a Padella pasta homekit - and just WOW! This silky, creamy pasta looks amazing!
What a meat FEAST! Luce shares her recommendation The Meat Shack Burgers noting that it is great value for money and stellar service. I would definitely head to her page for restaurant recommendations as she leaves trusted reviews and takes clear photos.
If you are looking for inspiration from a true foodie accompanied by super aesthetic photos - head over to instagram page @pimp_up_your_plate run by Beth Shappers. She has a food and nutrition degree so you know you are in good hands when you head over to her page.
HOMEMADE DONUTS?? JEEEEZ these look A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. High protein snack - perfect for anyone who is a regular gym goer and is looking to build muscle. You are able to enjoy these goodies without feeling any guilt!
One of my favourite features of Shappers page is the porridge recipes she puts together - making a boring dish into something FLAVOURSOME. Here she shares a chocolatey and granola porridge. This is a speciality of hers as her page used to be called 'pimp up your porridge'. Take a look at her page for tasty treats that are highly nutritious.
What is GREAT about this page is that Han always shares the recipe to each dish she creates. Colourful and uber healthy - yum!
Wow! LOOK AT THIS! A gorgeous red pepper, sweet potato and gruyere cheese frittata. Perfect for meat free Mondays - go and check her page for inspo.
I love the range of recipes Han provides - this one is a harrisa chickpea shakshuka with a side of bread. I NEED to try this - it looks D-E-L-I-G-H-T-F-U-L.
Rhythm Reports is here to recommend you the best bars to go to in Manchester! As May 16th is fast approaching, we no longer have to bare Manchester's baltic weather in order to enjoy a nice cool pint.
In the list below you can find some of the BEST bars in Manchester which we have carefully vibe checked considering price, quality of service, product and of course MUSIC.
(Number 1 spot was democratically voted in by the Rhythm Lab team and won by a landslide victory - the rest are ranked in no particular order).
1. EASTERN BLOC
Number 1 spot had to be given to the undoubtedly best bar, record shop and venue in the 0161 it's....................... EASTERN BLOC!!! Eastern Bloc has AMAZING food, INCREDIBLE music, and LIT vibes. The best record shop in manny didn't have to make the best food but they did. Here are a few reviews from the Rhythm Lab Team: "the food is PENG", "homemade and delicious", "the vegan wrap slaps". As you can tell Eastern Bloc is not a spot to be missed.
A personal favourite of mine - FLOK! Flok is located next to our number 1 spot (Eastern Bloc) in the buzzing Stevenson Square in Northern Quarter. It boasts a decent space for outside seating as well as some lovely cushioned benches inside. While it sits on the pricey side of £4.50-£6 a pint, the delicious cocktails and tasty bar snacks makes it worth a visit. Flok is always filled with young people, great music and good vibes.
Yes! is located on Charles Street next to the Gay Village in central Manchester. It is well-known for its sexy rooftop bar and funky interior design. The best thing about it - its cheap cheap cocktails (do not worry they are a scrumptious as the price). Before lockdown, they never failed to have a lively DJ at the bar playing a range of up tempo bangers. Ooo and you can't forget their UNREAL pizza slices and kebabs - if you're a herbivore this is the place for you as they provide a range of veggie and vegan options on their menu.
4. Soup Kitchen
Soup Kitchen - WE HAVE MISSED YOU!! Pre-lockdown Soup Kitchen was always lively with a DJ with an eclectic soundtrack to accompany your night of eating delicious scran and drinking. Now indoor seating is soon to be back open - Soup Kitchen will be one of our top places we will pay a visit. Connor, Rhythm Lab's Marketing Manager, said that "Soup Kitchen is my favourite basement in the entire world - serving up the best drinks and munch".
5. The Old Abbey Taphouse
The Old Abbey Taphouse has been a music lovers saviour post-lockdown - providing lively sit-down events hosted by Manchester's finest DJs. Well-known for its fairy-like den to shelter drinkers from Manchester's rainy weather, it serves up a variety of pizza and burger options as well as fairly priced drinks! What more could you ask for?
6. The Washhouse
A secret bar hidden behind a mysterious laundrette, the washhouse serves up a funky array of cocktails.
Located in Northern Quarter, Trof is perfect for munch and drinks at any time of the day - a very popular spot amongst the locals.
8. Dirty Martini
Dirty Martini is vibey serving up a wide range of cocktails to tickle your tastebuds as well as providing fantastic music to set the ambience.
9. Albert Schloss
Albert Schloss is an energetic bar providing guests with an array of live music to keep you on your toes.