Spectacular Diagnostics: Raw Unknown (Stream)

A big release here from the prolific Chicago producer with the excellent name, Spectacular Diagnostics, as he unveils his Raw Unknown album. SD has managed to amass a hefty list of features for the album, including guest spots from Quelle Chris, billy woods, Vic Spencer, Koncept Jack$on, Rome Streetz and Sadhu Gold, plus a nice little handstyle from Kid Acne on the artwork. You can stream Raw Unknown for yourself in full below. Continue reading “Spectacular Diagnostics: Raw Unknown (Stream)”

Mongrels: Attack the Megalith

Last year’s Attack the Monolith album from Mongrels was a highlight among listeners and critics alike. Kid Acne and Benjamin brought their unique styles together to form an album that harked back to years gone by, while looking directly towards the future. Now we have Attack the Megalith, which is a remix project featuring some of the most exciting producers from UK hip hop and beyond. Hashfinger, Morriarchi, Third Person Lurkin, Sam Zircon, Charlie Dark, Midfield General, Juga-Naut and King Kashmere, all step up to the plate, with a fresh polish for eight of the album’s original gems. The EP is out today and you can buy your copy here.

Mongrels ft. Sebash & Lord Rao: You Dig Raps? Pt. 2 (Morriarchi Remix)

mong2More remix madness from the excellent project which Mongrels dropped earlier in the year. You may remember me posting up a remix from Hashfinger a while back, well this time Kid Acne & Benjamin have drafted in Morriarchi to bring his trademark sound to the mix. Continue reading “Mongrels ft. Sebash & Lord Rao: You Dig Raps? Pt. 2 (Morriarchi Remix)”

Mongrels: Full Moon/Half Moon

Been meaning to post something about Mongrels for a while because as far as collaborations go, this is pretty cool. Comprised of Benjamin the DJ and Kid Acne the MC, Mongrels are set to release their debut LP on 6 May on the Invisible Spies label. This is the first single, following on from an EP at the start of the year, which was well received by listeners and critics alike. Continue reading “Mongrels: Full Moon/Half Moon”