Tom Caruana x Boog Brown: Boog Brown LP

Great release from the Tea Sea Records camp, as mash-up master Tom Caruana unites with Atlanta MC, Boog Brown for a new album. The Boog Brown LP boasts an impressive list of players, as Caruana and Brown are joined by Nolan the Ninja, BIGREC, Dillon and Flo, who each bring their vocal stylings to the mix, plus there is instrumental support from Son of Sam brothers Joe and John Sam, as well as some stunning guitar work from Andy Vickery. The album was released in full yesterday, with digital and vinyl bundles available over on Bandcamp. You can also stream a couple of the tracks below. Continue reading “Tom Caruana x Boog Brown: Boog Brown LP”

Mylo Stone: The Incredible Disappearing Man

A welcome return to the mic by Mylo Stone, as he delivers his new album, The Incredible Disappearing Man. It’s been a while since we heard any fresh music from the Bristol MC, but happy to report that he has lost none of his hunger in the interim. TIDM ranges from gritty to jazzy in terms of production, which is all taken care of by B-Lash, with Mylo’s vocals focusing on a range of issues, from the political to the more personal. Couple of noteworthy features from vocalist, Flo, who blesses The Highs with her soulful touch and local legend, Rola, who drops a nice verse on Breath. The Incredible Disappearing Man is out now on Killamari Records and you can stream it below. Continue reading “Mylo Stone: The Incredible Disappearing Man”

Skrabl: The Emperor’s New Garms

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Very impressive release from Skrabl, as he delivered his new album yesterday. The Emperor’s New Garms is the third album we’ve heard from him and it was always apparent he was a ferocious MC, but that ferocity has been taken up to 11 on this new LP. It is produced by Oozhe, who has been responsible for a lot of quality beats that have emerged over the last few years and his game is as point as ever on this project. Continue reading “Skrabl: The Emperor’s New Garms”

Dotz & Flo: The Flotz EP

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As if the prospect of his joint album with Si Phili wasn’t enough, Dotz has also hooked up with vocalist Flo, to bring us The Flotz EP. At five tracks deep, it is a good example of the crossover style Dotz has been riding between battle rapper and lyricist, plus Flo’s vocals lend a nice bit of extra flavour to the songs. Continue reading “Dotz & Flo: The Flotz EP”