Archives for posts with tag: Morriarchi

We have also recently been blessed with the long-awaited Hardcorepimpfunk LP from Bisk, produced in full by Morriarchi. More on that to follow, but for now you can enjoy a taste with the video for Koyote, which was released today. Gritty visuals for a gritty track. Hardcorepimpfunk is available now on Blah Records.

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Trying to keep up with Bisk projects is nigh on impossible, as the Blah MC doesn’t seem to stop releasing tape after tape, EP after EP. Hardcorepimpfunk is the latest release looming on the horizon and One & Only is the latest glimpse we have at it. The track is produced by Morriarchi, who is behind the boards for the whole project, which is due out on Blah on 22 June, marking his first vinyl release on the label. The video was made by Huw Caddy.

Fresh music from Blah’s Canadian connect, as Danny Lover releases the first video from his latest album. Mr Cool is a classic example of Danny’s laid-back lyricism and flow, with Morriarchi’s sparse, stripped down production giving it the ideal backdrop. The album, Live From The UK, was made while Danny was visiting his label mates back in 2016. Read the rest of this entry »

More new music from Bang On!, as he gears up to hit us with his latest project, The Power of Not Being Arsed. Patio is the first drop from the release and features fellow Blah associates, Lee Scott and Bisk on a left field wave, thanks to Morriarchi’s production. The Power of Not Being Arsed is due for digital release tomorrow.

You might remember me covering Restbyte when it arrived earlier this year. It’s yet another impeccable beat tape from one of the UK’s most innovative producers, Morriarchi. The 18 track showcase has gone down so well that Morri has decided to do a limited run of cassette versions too. They are available to purchase now over on his Bandcamp and if you want to try before you buy, you can do so below. Read the rest of this entry »

Fresh sounds from Rye Shabby, as he drops off a brand new video for Shab City. This is the next leak from his upcoming Die Shabby EP and features some stellar production from the dusty break specialist, Morriarchi. The video was made by Monsta. The track is also available to download via In The Balance Records.

Pleased to see more music coming from one of my favourite UK producers. Morriarchi has been behind some great beats over the years, including his recent LP with Stinkin Slumrok and Brainwave Canvas with Sniff from 2013, as well as Buggzville Sessions from last year. But he has also put out a steady stream of solo instrumental projects, which should not be ignored. These include Restbyte, Weight and now F.O.T.U.
F.O.T.U (Flashdance On The Universe) features more of that classic Morri sound with a few of the beats expanding into some wavier sonic territories. There is also a nice little visual aid for each of the beats, using old video footage to maintain the tape’s aesthetic. F.O.T.U is available to stream below and downloads are available here.

Just this week I was reminiscing over how fucking good Brainwave Canvas was, which prompted Morriarchi to tell me that him and Sniff had new music coming. Didn’t realise they meant two days later. Broke Zipper was released today on Blah Records and while the sound has evolved from their old unions, the levels are just as high. I’m guessing this is going to be the start of a stream of new shit from Sniff and Morri, maybe even a full project if we’re lucky. Broke Zipper is available to stream now on all the usual digital platforms.

Bisk is back with a bang as he prepares to take us all on a trip to Gutter City. The Swamp Harbour general has been steadily releasing solid project after solid project, laying waste to the idea that quality and quantity are mutually exclusive. Read the rest of this entry »

Check the latest video from the Morrstinkin album, which Stinkin Slumrok and Morriarchi released earlier in the year. Duh Duh sees the duo on typically fine form, with a nice little visual accompaniment from ApeNinja. The album is still available to buy from all the usual spots, including the Blah store.