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Another joint from the IMS and Big Toast album has been given the video treatment. Bumpy Town takes some much deserved shots at the perpetual gentrification of London, which has been swallowing up boroughs and sucking the soul out of them for far too long.
The album has been getting a lot of praise since its official release last week and with good reason. IMS and Toast have found a healthy amount of united scorn for the current state of affairs and have been able to channel that hate into a solid 10 tracks of misanthropic rap, which is the ideal soundtrack for the inevitable nuclear and/or class war that is looming. You Are Not Special is out now on Starch Records.

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The new Ill Move Sporadic and Big Toast album is nearly upon us, but to keep the misanthropy at the required levels in the meantime, they have released another track from the project. This time it’s Unspecial, featuring IMS’s regular sparring partner, Joey Menza. The album, You’re Not Special, is released on 28 August on Starch Records. Pre-orders are available here. You can also read my interview with the three of them here. Read the rest of this entry »

Ill Move Sporadic and Big Toast are already well established and respected entities within the UK hip hop scene, thanks to a number of projects that have emerged from both camps over the past few years. Most recently, IMS joined forces with Tenchoo for the incredible Panic Room EP, while Toast has enjoyed success with his Save Yourself Kill Them All collaboration, alongside Sofa King and also thanks to his part in UK supergroup, Gatecrasherz. Now the three of them have joined forces for You Are Not Special, an album which promises to deliver the best of both their worlds in one tidy and maybe slightly disturbing package. The album is due for release in August, so I had a chat with them to see what we can expect from the album and to find out a little bit more about what makes them tick. Read the rest of this entry »

Panic Room 9 was one of the strongest releases from last year, securing day time airplay on BBC 6 Music among other things. If you were a fan you might be interested in this mini-doc that just surfaced on the Starch Records YouTube channel, as it gives you a bit of insight into how the record was made. We will be hearing more from both IMS and Tenchoo this year, including a mixtape from the latter called When Planets Collide. More on those as and when.

Check out the latest video from the Panic Room 9 EP by Ill Move Sporadic and Tenchoo. Intricate wordplay as standard, plus a selection of tasty cuts courtesy of DJ Versatile. The EP is available to buy now over at the Starch Records Bandcamp.

Last week saw the release of one of my favourite UK hip hop projects in a while, as Ill Move Sporadic joined forces with Tenchoo to bring us the Panic Room 9 EP. Read the rest of this entry »

The Ill Move Sporadic and Tenchoo EPĀ is out next week and after the reception Chess Pieces got when they leaked it, they thought they’d get the hype going even more with this gem. Featuring none other than Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williamson, as well the usual brand of ferocious wordplay from Tenchoo, this is one for the masses. Check it out and watch this space for my album review coming soon.

I’m on a hype about this one. This is the first single to be taken from the excellent new album from Ill Move Sporadic and Tenchoo. Chess Pieces is a prime cut of what to expect from the full release Panic Room 9, which graces all the usual spots next month. Vinyl pre-orders are available too.

Big track here from three of my favourite rap types, the dastardly duo that is Ill Move Sporadic and Mr Misanthrope himself, Big Toast from TPS Fam. Wedding Fund is the first leak from Toast’s forthcoming solo EP of the same name.

Yes it’s Monday and yes the weather is shitty, but there is always the new video from Ill Move Sporadic and Oliver Sudden to brighten things up. This is the next joint to be lifted from the excellent new “Waste Not Want Not” album, which you can all download for free here.