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Dr Syntax should be a name known to anyone who has followed UK rap at any point during the last 10 years. Since his early days working with the likes of Foreign Beggars, to his more recent success as front man of The Mouse Outfit and his work with Pete Cannon, Syntax has built up a worthy following of fans. I recently had the chance to chat with him before The Mouse Outfit show in Bristol last month. We spoke about how he came to work with Mouse Outfit, where hip hop could be headed and his future plans with Pete Cannon. Read the rest of this entry »

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Next month will see the official release party for Fliptrix’s new album Patterns of Escapism, go down at the legendary Brixton Jamm. The album promises to be some of Fliptrix’s most accomplished work, no doubt thanks in part to the fact it is produced in full by Illinformed, with the legend Jazz T on hand with the cuts. Read the rest of this entry »

Fresh off the reels comes the latest video from Dr Syntax & Pete Cannon. Friends is taken from their excellent EP, The Tonic, which is available to download here.

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More fun raps are on the horizon, as Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon reunite for The Tonic EP. Following on from Killer Combo! and Elaborate Anoraks, this is created in a similar vein, with an emphasis on not taking yourself too seriously – a characteristic of most rap that’s as entrenched as squatting in photos. Read the rest of this entry »

Yet more new music from the Moose, as they drop their second EP in as many weeks: Hoof Prints Vol. 2. This time the release is produced in its entirety by arguably the UK’s best coiffured producer, Pte Cannon. The track is great and is made even greater by the excellent video by Cowboy Tactics. Good shit. The EP is available to download over at Bandcamp.

Next up from Blah is the latest from one of the most prolific MCs of the moment, Black Josh. After dropping his #BlahBlahBlackJosh mixtape and his Blosh EP, as well as B-Movie Billionaires with Lee Scott, he is now set to release Smoking Kills, a collaboration with Pete Cannon. This is the first video and if it is a taste of what is to come, we are in for a treat. Pre-orders are available here.

More video freshness from the homelands, with Jister dropping his new track, Catharsis. Using one of Pete Cannon’s boom bap creations to work his magic, Jister is definitely hungry for it this year, so expect bigger and bigger things to come from him.

If you didn’t know already, Pete Cannon and Dr Syntax have made an album together and it is bloody good. This won’t come as much of a shock to anyone already familiar, considering how much respect they both have on the UK scene. Read the rest of this entry »

Jman just dropped his new album and it is proving to be a big hit with both fans and critics. And with good reason too, as you can see from this tight little collaboration. Read the rest of this entry »

Here it is then. The title track from Dike’s new album “Return of the Twat”, made into debauched video form and featuring a whole bunch of SMB & co. cameos. Read the rest of this entry »