BEAT OF THE WEEK // EP4

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Each week the track getting the most love and air time at  B R E A K T H E L O O P  H Q  gets a feature on the blog. This week it’s: Hailing from Brooklyn, Gabriel is part of a exciting and exploding music scene coming out of New York.  Its something we will no doubt feature further with other artists from the area. His EP, “Bishouné: Alma del Huila” which this track is featured on, gives the listener a full dose of modern soul and funk with production hints of old Bill Withers tracks amongst others .  He’s the real deal…

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HOMEMADE SKINCARE

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HOMEMADE SKINCARE BERGAMOT + COCONUT OIL MOISTURISER Apologies for the rather girly post but I feel compelled to share with you this simple, natural and super effective home made moisturiser. I have tried my fair share of fancy lotions and potions and skincare brands over the years… La Prairie, Chanel, Dermalogica, Clinique, a rare and exotic snake venom only found in the foothills of the Himalayas… Ok, so I may have made that last one up but I really have spent absolute fortunes trying and testing a whole bunch of the products out there, each one working as well as…

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BEAT OF THE WEEK // EP3

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Each week the track getting the most love and air time at  B R E A K T H E L O O P  H Q  gets a feature on the blog. This week it’s: A little late this week as moving house meant all the toys were in boxes.  Barely any music for three days is a rarity for me!. That said, this track by wordsmith Kendrick Lamar has been making the studio bounce a lot in the last few days. A little warning – its got lots of explicit language! If its not your thing check back next week for something…

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LITTLE THINGS

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// Photograph by Vladimir Rolov There are moments you observe during your day that can change your mood for the better in an instant. I was running errands today, really dull errands at the end of my unremarkable day. I wandered onto a tube platform in London and the first thing I saw were two very old ladies chatting away, body language telling of a lifelong friendship. They were dressed up, looking great and both balanced on walking sticks amidst the throng of another busy London day. As it happened the only free space on the platform was next to…

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