Rose Of England's Messiah Complex Might be Justified
06 Oct

Rose Of England's Messiah Complex Might be Justified

by Zakriya Mohammed (University College London)  Electronic music and a Bradford born and raised British-Pakistani girl may not have much in common at a first glance, but Haleema Khan, stylised as Rose of England is able to shatter stereotypes, being one of a slender few female British-Pakistani DJs shaking the electronic music industry up from what it is used to. She is a well esteemed journalist, writing for some of the biggest publications in the music world, but her creative talents are far from just limited to the literary sphere, as she also packs a punch in her musical projects, delivering consistently...
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Rose of England's New Single "Bradford" Proves She's Serious About Electronic Music
28 Aug

Rose of England's New Single "Bradford" Proves She's Serious About Electronic Music

There was some hype around British-Pakistani Electronic artist Rose of England this Summer after her Single "Blade Runner" did exceptionally well and was able to warrant a run that churned out two official remixes. Now she returns with "Bradford" a less experimental, more sure-footed grounding in what we can only assume is a long and promising career in her attempts to re-interprete 128 BPM. She snagged NY Creative Giant Chiki Uno & DATA-X as Art Direction collaborators and for good reason: this song has automatic replay value at an ungodly low track-length of 2 minutes 9 seconds. Make no mistake, her...
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