DJ Frosty is probably best known for his longstanding allegiance with the LDZ gang, but more recently he has come to the fore thanks to his role in the new Chapsville project, alongside Dabbla. I had a quick chat with him about his early days, the birth of LDZ, crate digging and supporting Rag N Bone Man. Read the rest of this entry »

Bradford producer, HashFinger, has been putting out quality instrumental projects for a good few years now and is arguably one of the country‚Äôs most prolific artists. He has become a favourite among fans and peers alike, thanks to the largely sample-based beats he creates. I caught up with him for a chat about crate digging, taking his music to Israel and his plans for future projects, among other things. Read the rest of this entry »

New music from the RLD camp as Eric the Red drops off his latest single. Who’s That Kid is produced by Illinformed. Downloads are available here.

The new Gorillaz album is looking set to be a mighty return for the group and the list of guest features just keeps growing. This week they revealed details of the deluxe edition, which will include even more tracks, including The Apprentice which features Rag’n’Bone Man, RAY BLK and Zebra Katz.

More heat from Fahim and Hommy, this time with Your Old Droog on the bill as well. Saga City is taken from the Iron Monkey project, which is out now. You can stream the track below. Read the rest of this entry »

More instrumental joy from Kuartz and his Shurikens LP, which is out now on Village Live Records. You can purchase your copies here.

Geechi Suede is back with another project and another video. Livin It is taken from Fishnet Skyscrapers, which is available now via Gold Dice.

More dope from the Slovenian production duo, as they peel off another cut with label head, Verb T. Doorway is taken from their Bread Slices album, which is out now on In The Balance Records.

Rowdy new one from Sleazy F & Black Josh. Loyalty is produced by Biome. There is also a four track EP out from the duo, entirely produced by Dyno. You can stream it here.

Cuz Lightyear returns with a video for the tight tack he dropped with Killer Mike at the start of the year. Pots N Pans is produced by SKUFL. Stay tuned for a new mixtape coming later in the year.

Quelle Chris has also released one of my favourite albums of the year so far, in the form of Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often. Last week saw the release of the next video from the album, which sees Chris teaming up with his buddy/himself (played by Don Will). The album is out now via Mello Music Group.

If you’re not wise to Creestal’s new LP yet, hopefully this will be the joint that finally pique’s your interest. The French producer has got an impressive list of guests on his latest project, including this track with Long Island veteran, Roc Marciano. The Differences LP is out now on Munchie Records and you can stream it below. Read the rest of this entry »