Strange Neighbour ft. Datkid, Sirplus, Sammy B-Side, Jack Diggs & Oliver Sudden: Let’s Fly (Chemo Remix)

To coincide with the release of the Breaking Bad film sequel, El Camino, Strange Neighbour is dropping a remix version of his 2014 Heisenberg EP. It looks set to be a strong selection judging by the first leak – a reworking of the Let’s Fly posse cut, from the legendary Chemo. The track features a great line-up, with Bristol sons Datkid and Sirplus, joining forces with Jack Diggs and Oliver Sudden, all backed up with some expert cuts from Sammy B-Side. The full project is due for release at the end of the month on Revorg Records.

184 & Big Toast: Prolefeed (Stream)

More misanthropic raps from Big Toast, as he joins force with 184 for Prolefeed. You have already had a sample of what the project has to offer, in the form of Afraid of Americans and fans of that single will be pleased to hear that the rest of the album continues in very much the same vein. There is a lone feature from fellow Revorg resident, Jack Diggs, who appears on the title track, but other than that the stage is left clear for Toast to instill us with more his vitriolic sociopolitical commentary. Prolefeed is available to stream in full below and you can grab a download/physical over on the Revorg Bandcamp. Continue reading “184 & Big Toast: Prolefeed (Stream)”

Big Toast & Jack Diggs: Pow!

As you may have noticed, Big Toast and Jack Diggs have recently put their creative minds together to forge a new joint album, Call It On. Although they are both long-term collaborators, this is somehow the first time the duo have put out a release together. Pow! is the third track to be lifted from the project and is produced by Diggs. Call It On is out now on Revorg Records.

Jack Diggs & Big Toast: Nocturnal

TPS representatives Jack Diggs and Big Toast have a new album dropping at the end of the month. Call It On promises to be another boisterous release, with the same level of vitriol and misanthropy that have already earned the two MCs a place in our hearts. Nocturnal is the latest offering from the album, with Diggs on the beat. The video was shot on location, while drunk, in a Munich train yard. Check the Revorg Records site for more info on the album.

Ill Move Sporadic & Big Toast: Interview

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. Continue reading “Ill Move Sporadic & Big Toast: Interview”

Gatecrasherz: Uninvited

Another day and another supergroup, as Revorg Records’ Gatecrasherz unleash their debut LP on the world. The five man crew is comprised of Downstroke, Gee Bag, Oliver Sudden, Jack Diggs and Big Toast, so we know the quality is going to be high and we have already had a couple of tasters, thanks to their lead singles, Say Rah and 2-3 Break. Continue reading “Gatecrasherz: Uninvited”

Jack Diggs: Out The Dust Pt​.​1

A bumper release here from the Revorg camp, as Jack Diggs drops off this weighty collection of some of his instrumental work. 27 tracks in total – plus an extra one featuring Croydon’s finest Cracker Jon – and all of them full of snap and crackle, as the title suggests. As if that wasn’t enough, it’s on a free download too, so no excuses. You can cop your download here.

Gatecrasherz: Say Rah

A supergroup of sorts here, as Downstroke, Gee Bag, Oliver Sudden, Jack Diggs and Big Toast unite to form Gatecrasherz. Anyone looking for fluffy rhymes about kittens & such, back away from the track now. Stay tuned for more from the gang coming soon, with their debut album dropping on Revorg in the summer.