NuphZed: Fickle Affection (Stream)

This week we were treated to the full release of the NuphZed project; something fans have been clamouring for since his Dreebalicious EP dropped back in early 2017. Fickle Affection is the Brighton artist’s latest venture and finds him as on point as ever lyrically, further buoyed by the production, including some self-produced gems and contributions from Harvs and Allen Keys. There are also five remixes on there, from the likes of Psalm Trees, Illiterate and Bo Bribery. Kemastry and Harvs are also on hand for features on Phidgity and NuphPiggy respectively. The whole thing is available to stream below and you can cop a limited edition vinyl version via Yogocop. Continue reading “NuphZed: Fickle Affection (Stream)”

Illitamin G: The Juice + Album Stream

The Juice is the latest single from Illiterate and Vitamin G’s new collaborative effort, which saw its full release on Friday. The album boasts some extremely strong tracks, including this number, as well as a few guest spots from some familiar names with CW Jones, Nuphzed and Wundrop all dropping into the mix. Vitamin G is on a roll at the moment, between this Illitamin G project and his CMPND movements over on High Focus, which is fine by me as in my eyes and ears he remains one of the best voices on the scene right now. You can stream the full album below and downloads are available via Yogocop. Continue reading “Illitamin G: The Juice + Album Stream”

Concept Of Thought ft. Daisy Drage: Misty Blue

Illiterate & Awfer reunite as Concept of Thought for a new project, which is produced in full by Joe Corfield. Misty Blue is the title track and our first insight into what the duo have been cooking up. They have enlisted the ample talents of local Brighton-based vocalist, Daisy Drage, as well as a decent video from Brothers Of The Mud. Misty Blue is due out on Yogocop Records very soon.

Benaddict: The Garden of England

Last week Yogocop Records released a new video from Benaddicts’s recent LP, The Garden of England and so I thought I’d use the opportunity to tell you how fucking good the album is. If you’re yet to experience it, suffice it to say it is easily one of my favourite UK releases of this year and is arguably one of the more accomplished releases of the year too. Continue reading “Benaddict: The Garden of England”