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  1. WHERE WE WENT:
    THIS MUST BE THE PLACE

    See the neighborhoods and spaces in London where artists are reinventing genres and building new sounds.

    • Northeast London

      Experts and artists have been pointing to Northeast London as the next music incubator space for years, and they’ll soon be proven right. Though the neighborhood has traditionally been overlooked for its western counterpart and the Soho area, which does have a more established music scene, venues like the Total Refreshment Centre are lending space, production equipment, and a community to such emerging artists as Moses Boyd. The TRC’s unassuming exterior gives way to a spacious, welcoming, multifunctional assortment of rooms, where artists can record, produce, and perform.

      Radio host and DJ Gilles Peterson explores the jazz resurgence in London, and how the U.S. is taking note.

      South London

      The Bussey Building, also called the Bussey Warehouse and the CLF Art Cafe, is iconic to South London’s music scene. Originally a 19th-century industrial warehouse, the 5,000-square-foot space now hosts sprawling parties, film events, community meetings, and more. It’s likely best known for its electronic music events—many of which take place on the building’s fully panoramic rooftop with sprawling views of London. The property summarizes quite neatly the trends playing out in South and East London, neighborhoods which used to be industrial and working-class but are increasingly playing host to artists and creatives.
      Soho and the West End

      The arts and music scene in Soho and the West End is, at the very least, established—it’s certainly older than those in the surrounding suburbs, and the two neighborhoods have been traditionally regarded as the cultural centers of London. But according to Gilles Peterson, as well as many of the emerging artists we spoke to about the future of British music, London’s eastern and southern suburbs are fostering distinctive, innovative acts and spaces that take influence from a vast array of global cultures and genres.
      A Diverse London

      The music scene in London, particularly when it comes to jazz, is becoming more scattered than it once was, as scenes unique to their individual neighborhoods appear across the map. This has always been a characteristic of British music: a regional sensibility that results in a meaningful association between the music and where it was made. Take “Rye Lane Shuffle,” for example, Moses Boyd’s debut single, which was inspired by a central road in Peckham and informed by a huge range of genres—pirate radio, West Indian music, grime, Afrojazz, garage—that he encountered growing up in South London.
      Produced in partnership with Atlantic Re:think
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