A new selection of beats from Small Professor, as he continues his run of instrumental releases with A Jawn Supreme Vol. 3. Partly inspired by the current global mood, while also serving as a glimmer of hope for the future, it’s another solid release from a producer who deserves your attention (and money). Check the full tape for yourself below and then head to Bandcamp to cop a download.
Lost For Words is the latest beat tape from Bristol producer, Badhabitz, as he serves up a fresh batch of instrumental gems. It weighs in at 23 tracks, which should be enough to remind you why he’s been such a staple part of the UK scene for so long. You can hear the full tape below and downloads are available via Green Brick Records. Continue reading “Badhabitz: Lost for Words (Stream)”
Another artist I’ve neglected to champion, while at the same time happily enjoying his music, is Scottish producer, Brelstaff. Once upon a time moving under the more formal moniker, Daryl Donald, he emerged with his new name a few months ago and blessed the world with his titular ‘debut’. Since then he has released this excellent EP and a collection of beats from the archive, so he is definitely putting the work in. And with good reason, as you will hear from his music which is overflowing with intriguing samples, weighty drums and infinite head-nodding potential. You can stream Eulogies below and then head to Bandcamp to find the rest of his music. Continue reading “Brelstaff: Eulogies EP (Stream)”
A fresh batch of instrumentals from across the sea, as Irish producer, cbakl, delivers his latest project. Seven sample-heavy and vocal-driven beats, which provide a nice break from the current loo roll frenzy. The EP is out now on fledgling label Off Licence Records and you can stream it in full below. Continue reading “cbakl: Songs to relax and drink Guinness to... (Stream)”
A welcome return from Joe Corfield, as he closes his year with a tight little EP featuring some of his new beats. Prototype comes at the end of a year out, which he used to focus on sharpening his production techniques, with Corfield promising much more new music to follow in 2020. You can hear the EP in full below and downloads are available via Bandcamp.
Fresh sounds from Mr Slipz, as he soundtracks winter with a cold batch of beats. December Chills is the first release from Slipz since his 2018 beat tape for Yogocop. You can stream the EP above and it’s also available on Spotify.
Yogi Beats is due to release his new solo project later this month, following on from the visual mixtape he released last year with JPDL. Jungl is the lead single and makes for a strong introduction, with sample heavy production, including a quite haunting vocal loop. Jellystoned Park is out on 20 December, via Played Out Records. Jungl is available to stream on the usual platforms.
“Let me hear you rap on these”, proclaimed Evidence on Twitter this week, as he pushed the new beat tape that was given life earlier this month. Squirrel Tape Instrumentals Vol. 1 is a great blend of heavy drums and soulful melodies, from an arguably underrated top tier producer. As well as the digital release, which you can stream in full below, there are also limited edition vinyl and cassette versions which have been made in three different colours. For more info on all that, check the Bandcamp page.
New music from the rap game gift that keeps on giving, as Lee Scott surprises us with a new 10 track instrumental project. I Can’t Figure Out How I Figured It All Out is a collection of beats that Lee has put together over the last few weeks, in part because of a sore throat and in part because he is one of those artists who can’t ever stop making music. You can stream the project below and downloads are available via Lee’s Bandcamp. Continue reading “Lee Scott: I Can’t Figure Out How I Figured It All Out (Stream)”
Griselda production stalwart, Daringer, teams up with Fat Beats to assist with the 11th instalment of their Baker’s Dozen series. The 13 beats provide a nice insight into Daringer’s methods and shine a light on why he has fast become the favourite of many of today’s rap fans. Daringer himself says that his dad was a jazz pianist and so he grew up listening to a lot of improvised sessions, which definitely influenced his sometimes unconventional sequencing. The collection is available to stream below and downloads can be found on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Daringer: Baker’s Dozen (Stream)”