Archives for category: MUSIC

A new loosie from the CMPND camp, as Wundrop blesses us with a track he wrote and recorded on the eve of the election, inspired by the dystopian shit show itself. It’s a perfect reflection of the general feeling in the country, as we try to scrape a semblance of hope out of fuck all, in an attempt to combat the malaise pervading our every fibre. Anyway, enjoy your weekend.

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CLBRKS keeps it moving with yet another new release, this time finding success with producer, dylantheinfamous. The pair collaborated before on Red Snapper, which is one of the tracks featured on the new EP, with the rest of the project following in the same woozy, jazzy footsteps. You can stream it below and there is also a video for Black Russian.

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Beautiful sounds from the Free Nationals, as they release their joyously soulful debut album. As you would expect the self-titled LP features an impressive support cast, including reggae vocalist, Chronixx, The Internet’s, Syd, and the man responsible for first bringing them to my attention, Anderson .Paak. You can stream a few tracks from the album below, including the Syd-assisted, Shibuya. Full downloads are available via Bandcamp.

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About Fucking Time is the latest release from Bloodmoney Perez, where we find the Seattle-based artist once again joining forces with rising Baltimore producer, Messiah Muzik. The pair make for a good creative pairing, having already collaborated to great effect on Perez’s 2018 album, Time is a Motherfucker, and fans of that album will be pleased to know that this latest project continues in the same vein. The album also features a Defame remix of last year’s Slap Yourself and a lone feature from psych-rap aficionado, cunabear. Perez has also released a video for Remember This Shit!, which you can find below, along with a stream of the album. Downloads are available over on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

Fresh Mutant Academy visuals to kick off the week, as Fly Anakin and Big Kahuna OG pick out another jewel from their most recent project. High Noon is taken from Holly Water, which is available to stream now on all the usual platforms.

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Another strong cut lifted off the new album from Micall Parknsun and Giallo Point, which was released on Friday. The full Magnum Opus LP features appearances from a host of UK talent, including Jehst, Juga-Naut and Da Flyy Hooligan. It’s available to download now via Bandcamp. The video for Danger was made by Dfacer.

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Nice track here from Catching Flies, as he follows up one of his recent album tracks with a second chapter. On Yŭ (Pt. 2), the London producer has enlisted rap talent from both sides of the Atlantic, scoring two great features from Blu and Jehst. The album, Silver Linings, is out now on Indigo Soul.

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The run of top notch videos continues with the latest from Onoe Caponoe. For Space War 169, the High Focus MC has joined forces with experimental bass duo, Ivy Lab, as well as his friend and regular collaborator, L-Zee Roselli. The track is taken from Ivy Lab’s Space War EP and is accompanied by more visual magnificence from This & That Media.

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Another important release that has surfaced in the end of year flurry, is the latest album from Lunar C. After the success of his Dirtbrain LP last year, the Bradford rapper delivers an album which finds him sharper and more entertaining than ever. It’s the same blend of depraved humour, killer punchlines, self-deprecation and hilarious braggadocio, but with a more focused and cohesive feel. There are guest spots this time too, including VVV’s Juga-Naut, who kills his verse on Last Action Hero, and Roll Deep favourite, Mango, who joins Jehst and Lunar on Zero Fux. I can’t find much information on the production credits, but I know Pitch 92 and Jehst definitely both played a part, and I would hazard a guess that beats from HashFinger and Muckaniks are probably in the mix as well. The whole album can be streamed below and downloads can be found on Bandcamp.

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Pleased, but also a little saddened, to see the arrival of one of the last ever videos from UK legends, Foreign Beggars. This month they release their final album, Matriarchy, after announcing they had decided to part ways, earlier in the year. Reveal is the second single to emerge so far and features a soulful guest spot from North London vocalist, Laville. The production was handled by Seemore Beats. Matriarchy is due for release on 13 December, so expect more news on that very soon.

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