More fire on this already scorching day, thanks to the new track from one of my favourite Bristol producers, DROG Beats, as he delivers the outrageously filthy, DROP. You might remember talking up DROG before, because he was the guy behind some of Buggsy’s most memorable beats and he made most of them when he was only 15. Talent for real. Streams of DROP are also available.
Sumgii continues his recent run of wins, with a new single on Swamp81. For Wanawake, the Cult Mountain producer has brought in the inimitable flows of Blah resident, Nah Eeto, as he breathes new life into what was originally the first verse she ever recorded. Digital and vinyl editions are also available, with a Loefah remix featured on the latter.
Sumgii has long been a man who eschews the restrictions that come with placing your music within a specific genre. His label, Potent Funk, have been pushing what they call that ‘hybrid rap shit’ for years, and his production career has seen him crossing from genre to genre, for a whole range of different artists. Now he’s back with, Who Is Genre Anyway, a new solo EP that perfectly encapsulates all the positives that come from simply making the music you want to make. Successfully blending together elements from a whole wealth of different styles and genres, the EP is the product of a producer not only at the top of his game, but also one totally at ease within his surroundings. Who Is Genre Anyway is out now on Swamp 81.
Big sounds from Durkle Disco representative Unkey, as he off loads a video for Dead & Bury. Taken from his EP of the same name, the filthy beat is laced with some absolute killers from Dread Mc and Illaman. The video was shot by Jay0117. You can grab a digital copy of the EP now over on Bandcamp.
Since the events in Manchester a few weeks ago, the outpourings of love and charity for the city have been inspiring to say the least. Especially with division and hate seeming to be at an all-time high in the UK right now. Up there with the best of them is this new compilation, Manchester With Love.
Featuring over 220 tracks, from Manchester’s musical community, this album does two things – it shows the rich diversity and unity within the various Manchester scenes, plus it also shows that the great city and it’s residents will not be brought down or divided by these horrendous acts. Continue reading “Manchester With Love”