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Following on from an unsettled couple of weeks, here at last is the next part of my favourite albums and EPs from last year. As always, the only order is the one in which I remembered them in and I’ve included Bandcamp links where possible. Enjoy!

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Another visual riot from punk-grime advocates, PENGSHUi, as they team up with Newham Generals legend, Footsie, on Wiseman. The production comes courtesy of Pete Cannon. It follows the announcement this week, that PENGSHUi’s debut album is set for release on 21 February. I’ve been pushing these guys since their first track and I am fully confident that we are going to see them reach incredible heights when the LP comes. Considering what they have already achieved in a relatively short space of time, it’s basically a given that they are going to blow up eventually and I think this album will be the touchpaper. More news on the self-titled debut when I’ve got it. Wiseman is available to stream now on the usual platforms. Read the rest of this entry »

Last minute call to the ballot box from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon, as they take up arms in the fight to rid the UK of Conservative rule. The name, I suspect, is a shot at the Tories recent underhanded tactics during the debate, which saw them temporarily rebrand their website as Fact Check UK, before shooting down Labour’s policies using their usual brand of tainted truths. The surge of new voters has been incredible over the last few days and there is still time to register if you haven’t done so already. Registration closes at midnight.

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More visual antics from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon, as they carry on delivering gems from their most recent collaboration. Wallop is the title track from the album and features Syntax taking on a nice bit of trap, courtesy of Pete. It works far too well and now I just want to hear a whole trap album from them both. The video for Wallop was made by Si Haze Films and you can download the rest of the album over on Bandcamp.

Today we welcome the latest album from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon into the world, as they release their umpteenth collaboration, Wallop. If you’ve been following their movements over the last few weeks, you will have heard tracks like Mayhem, which show that the creative partners are embracing some of Pete’s other areas of expertise – namely old skool hardcore and DnB.

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Old skool rave flavours from the not so dastardly duo, as Messrs Synners and Cannon treat us to the next single from their impending project. Wallop sees its full release on 2 October and keep an eye out for them passing through a town near you, as part of their UK tour which kicks off on Saturday in Cardiff.

Fresh off the reels comes the lead single from the latest Pete Cannon and Dr Syntax project, Wallop. For the video the duo teamed up with regular collaborator, Si Haze, ahead of the release later this month.

Keeping the high octane vibes going, I thought I would share the new video from punk-grime trio, PENGSHUi. For Leave It they have teamed up with hip hop, DnB and all round production powerhouse, Pete Cannon, resulting in another wild audio escapade. The video was made by Krupa. Leave It is also available to stream/download on the usual platforms.

Yet another enjoyable and entertaining video from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon, as they get physical in Workinout. The video was made by Si Haze and features a cameo from the man formerly known as Sleaze, now a real-life fitness instructor. The track is taken from the duo’s latest EP, The Tonic 2.

Beards and hip hop are two things that are close to my heart, so it’s a great pleasure for me to be able to bring you the premiere of the latest video from Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon. Facial Hair is the next track to be lifted off their recent EP, The Tonic 2, and as the name suggests, it serves as an ode to the follicles which grace our faces, in all their varying styles. The video was made by Luke Glover. The Tonic 2 is available to download now via Bandcamp.