Different vibe on this new one from the Green Brick camp, where Res One and Mac Lloyd are getting ready to release their new EP. Find Space is the lead single from the project and verges successfully into RnB territory, thanks to Mac’s production and Res’s lyrical lilt. Think Mac Miller’s Swimming, but with a Bristolian edge. The Hindsight Hotel EP is due out on ! October. The animated video was made by Josh Richardson (Shed Productions).
Ever wondered what it would be like if Aardman ditched the kids TV angle and decided to take up arms in the eternal battle against law enforcement? Well look no further than the latest video from Babylon Dead, where they bring claymation vibes to their usual brand of anti-authoritarian ragga rap. The Underworld is the third single from their sophomore album, Book of the Dead, which is due for release on 4 September. The video was made by Chris Younes.
More from Mello here, as Iron Wigs (Verbal Kent, Sonnyjim, Vic Spencer) release the latest video from their debut album. Purple Alien is taken from Your Birthday’s Been Cancelled, which is available now at all the usual spots.
Nice animated visuals for the title track from Blaktrix’s recent Dumb EP. The track is produced by Bristol vet, Sir Beans OBE, and the illustrations for the video were drawn by fellow Bristol talent, Chris Lucas. The Dumb EP is out now on Winger Records.
Wish Master delivers the latest video from his most recent album, The BULL, which features a typically complementary appearance from CW Jones. Don’t Waste Time is produced by Chima and the video was made by Monsta. The album is out now via Official Recordings.
You might have noticed me singing Cambatta’s praises over the last few weeks, since Mello Music announced the imminent arrival of his debut for the label. The singles that had emerged in the run-up had given us a decent taste of Cambatta’s acid-tinged world, falling into a subcategory of psychedelic rap that has been burgeoning this year especially (Check out Psypiritual & The Lasso and The Leonard Simpson Duo for further listening). Today sees the release of Cambatta’s album in full, along with a new video for the title track. I have a proper review coming in next month’s edition of The Wire, but rest assured that the album lives up to its expectations, as demonstrated in the superb animated video above. The track is produced by O.P. Supa. The rest of the album can be heard below, with streams and downloads available from the usual spots. Continue reading “Cambatta: LSD + LP Stream”
Animated joys in the third and final video from Telemachus’s most recent opus. The superbly titled, I Am Delicious And Cute. So I Will Go Buy Again, is taken from Boring & Weird Historical Music, which still stands tall as one of the more refreshing releases of the year. The animation for the video was done by Ugly Duck Studios. The album is out now on High Focus.
Another superb track from the new Axel Holy album, which saw its full release on Friday. Baileys Brown’s alter ego is transported into an animated world in the video for Let It Go, thanks to the ample talents of Monsta Art. The track is produced by Jack Danz, I’ve got a proper post about the album en route, but for now enjoy this video and check the full album, Wonderworld, on all good streaming platforms.
Unless you’ve been comatose for the last year or so, you will no doubt be aware that The Four Owls are set to release their third album. The High Focus supergroup have gained critical acclaim for their first two albums and this latest offering looks set to garner even more praise. Honour Codes is the lead single from the album, featuring some very clean production from Leaf Dog, as well as a superbly animated video from Gary Motion. The album is due for release in the not too distant future, so stay tuned for more news on that coming soon. Honour Codes is available to stream now. Continue reading “The Four Owls: Honour Codes”
An excellent new video from the recently released Price of Fame album from Sean Price and Lil Fame. For Center Stage, the late legend is recreated in puppet form and Fame receives the animation treatment, courtesy of video director Todd Angkasuwan. The track was produced by Fame. Continue reading “Sean Price & Lil Fame: Center Stage”