In God’s Image is the latest album from Sleep Sinatra, which emerged at the tail end of last year. If you’ve checked my previous posts surrounding Sleep, then you will already know the man is a proficient MC and this is more than evident on this latest escapade. Strong features and production picks help to keep the energy levels raised, thanks to contributions from the likes of J Scienide, DØØf, Stu Bangas, BrainOrchestra, Big Flowers and Messiah Musik. You can explore the full release below and then head over to Bandcamp to grab yourself a download.Continue reading “Sleep Sinatra: In God’s Image (Stream)”
Strong sounds emanating from Maryland, as Tokyo Cigar joins forces with Iceberg Theory for Who is Marcella? The project is the product of a long-standing friendship, which has seen Tokyo produce multiple tracks for Iceberg Theory over the years. Now the roles have reversed, it’s clear the strength of their collaborations was definitely a two-way street. Who is Marcella? is available to stream below, with downloads to be found over on Bandcamp.Continue reading “Tokyo Cigar x Iceberg Theory: Who is Marcella? (Stream)”
A surprise drop from PremRock, with the arrival of this latest single. Bardo follows on from a triumphant 2021 for the Wrecking Crew artist and sees him reuniting with billy woods, as the duo get to work over some typically dope production from Evidence. What’s not to like? The single is out now via Backwoodz Studioz.
Next up we have a return joint from King Kashmere, which sees him teaming up with Alecs DeLarge again. This time the duo have delivered a new perspective on their previously released track, North Star, thanks to DeLarge’s Evil Mix. Once again, it’s Honey JD on video duties and the track is available to stream now from all the usual spots.
New year, new music as I bring you two fresh cuts from the High Focus roster. First up, the latest from Verbz, as he connects with producer, Nil Wan, for I Know. The video was made by Honey JD and the track is available now on all the usual streaming platforms.
Absorbing work here from Jason Goldwatch and The Alchemist, as they blend archive footage and original music to create this experimental short film. According to the blurb, all the music was produced by Alchemist back in 2014 and it is available now as a accompanying release.
Two for one from Armand Hammer and The Alchemist, as they round off another successful year with a double drop of videos. Robert Moses and God’s Feet are both taken from the trio’s universally acclaimed album, Haram, and the films were directed by regular collaborator, Joseph. Keep an eye out for a split second of Bristol footage in the Robert Moses video. Haram is out now via Backwoodz Studioz.
Good to see the return of Moose Funk Squad, as they reunite for an unsurprisingly solid EP. National Geographic Shit continues in the same vaguely irreverent vein that has been a theme through all their projects, while still upheld by thoroughly engrossing raps and equally enticing production, the latter of which comes from Luca Brazi. An enjoyable listen overall and a much welcome breath of less serious air. You can check the video for 2One above, while the rest of the EP is available to explore below. Downloads are available via Broke Records.
Pleased to be able to bring you new music from Gawd Status. The duo have emerged from their hiatus, with two new offerings, including the Jehst-assisted, Severe Price. It’s backed with a Rhi remix of Messiah Hybrids, which originally appeared on the 2019 album, Firmamentum. You can listen to Severe Price below, with the remainder of the release, including instrumentals, available via Bandcamp.Continue reading “Gawd Status ft. Jehst: Severe Price”
Back in October I found myself in London at the same time as Fielded, who was in town to perform with installation artist, Naama Tsabar. I took the opportunity to sit down with her for an interview, where we spoke about her new EP, Young Medusa, as well as displaying vulnerability through art, keeping things varied and learning to enjoy the act of collaborating.Continue reading “Fielded: Interview”