HashFinger: Interview

Bradford producer, HashFinger, has been putting out quality instrumental projects for a good few years now and is arguably one of the country‚Äôs most prolific artists. He has become a favourite among fans and peers alike, thanks to the largely sample-based beats he creates. I caught up with him for a chat about crate digging, taking his music to Israel and his plans for future projects, among other things. Continue reading “HashFinger: Interview”

Scrag Diggy: Perversion of Paradise

Scrag Diggy of Greasy Ninjas fame has been putting in work recently, resulting in this beat tape full of temptation for any MCs looking to smash something. Seven tracks deep and coming from a guy who has already notched up credits with the likes of Durrty Goodz and Klashnekoff, you know it’s going to be worth hitting play. You can stream the full thing below and you can hit him up for all your production needs via his Soundcloud. Continue reading “Scrag Diggy: Perversion of Paradise”

Damu the Fudgemunk: Vignettes

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More instrumental glory, this time from Damu the Fudgemunk and his new project, Vignettes. This is a beast of a release, weighing in at 15 tracks, with some of them hitting the 12 minute mark. It’s also a good exhibit in the case for why Damu has gained such a loyal following and for why Redefinition Records are becoming a label to be reckoned with. The album is available to stream below and you can cop a download over on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Damu the Fudgemunk: Vignettes”