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It’s great to be able to share the full album from Ded Tebiase and Ash The Author with you, having had it in heavy rotation for the past couple of weeks since it found its way into my inbox. If you’re familiar with Tebiase’s 2017 Landspeed LP, then you will no doubt also be familiar with the strength of his creative partnership with Ash, thanks to their initial collab, Yeah. Read the rest of this entry »

Very happy to finally be able to bring you the new Baileys Brown solo LP in all its genre-defying glory. If you’re already familiar with Baileys Brown’s work, you will know he is a producer who is not afraid to venture outside the normal constraints of a genre and draw on musical influences from other areas, to create unique soundscapes which are among some of the most ambitious in the UK right now. When he found a home at Potent Funk it seemed like the ideal setting for his exploits, thanks to their already established love of ‘hybrid rap shit’ and with that in mind, Still Fresh serves as the perfect label debut. Read the rest of this entry »

This is the latest offering from the forthcoming album from Bristol producer, Baileys Brown. For Reeboks, he has joined forces with Datkid and Stinkin Slumrok, as well as own rap alter ego, Axel Holy. The result is a glitchy, warped beast of a track which only raises the anticipation for the full release. The video was made by Conz. Still Fresh is due for release next month on Potent Funk.

Very pleased to be able to bring you the premiere of the latest EP from Bristol rap outfit, D£DW8. The duo have built up a cult following over the last few years, thanks to their dark and somewhat menacing style, which gives way to an overall sound that refuses to be pigeonholed into one genre. Read the rest of this entry »

Ever since D3DW8 came onto the scene back in 2016, they have continually placed themselves in their own lane. That is not an easy feat these days, with so many soundalikes and carbon copies doing the rounds; even more so when you factor in that they hail from Bristol – a city overflowing with artists and encompassing a wide spectrum of genres, styles and sounds. Read the rest of this entry »

The long awaited, much anticipated second solo album from Datkid was finally released today. Once again he’s drafted in Baileys Brown to handle the production, following in the confident footsteps of his first solo album, Home By 8.
Pleased to report that the follow up surpasses it’s predecessor, with the same amount of rugged wordplay that made Datkid a firm favourite on the UK circuit. There is an additional level of maturity too as the now London-based MC reflects on his life up to this point. Read the rest of this entry »

More freshness from Bristol as Split Prophets member Flying Monk gears up to drop his solo project. R.O.T.F. is produced by fellow Bristol don Baileys Brown, features a guest spot from Axel Holy (a familiar face, if you don’t recognise the name) and will be included on Monk’s forthcoming Twisted Circles release.