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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.

Nice remix here from Nolan The Ninja, as he revisits Oranges from his Sportee album, which saw its release back in April this year. This new version features a typically strong verse from label mate, Quelle Chris. You can listen below and free downloads are available from Bandcamp.

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Tough remix from the D£DW8 gang, as they bring their own brand of menace to this gem from Jam Baxter’s 2018 Touching Scenes album. You can stream the Gone remix in all its twisted glory below.

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To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Jay Z’s The Black Album, Big Ghost Ltd. has revisited the monumental project to add some fresh perspective. Ol’ Volcano Hands himself says that the remixes aimed to create a version of the album “where A-List celebrity producers played no part…n it was no politics involved nahmean. No hype or pitches to the artist from whoever whoever… Just the feel of that early 00s shit when the R.O.C. had established itself as the pinnacle n the heartbeat of the culture n the greatest rapper of all time pump faked his retirement”. If that sounds like a winning formula, that’s cos it is, as Ghost manages to pull off a successful venture into what maybe considered hallowed turf. Cuts on the album come from Giallo Point and DJ Grouch. You can stream The Black Album Revisited below, with downloads available via Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

Nice remix from Illinformed, as he tackles one of the recent heaters from Upper Echelon, following on from their self-titled release earlier this year. The track is part of a larger remix project which is dropping soon. The original album is available now via Defenders of Style.

PENGSHUi have been gaining accolades all over the shop since they burst onto the scene a few months back with their unique punk-grime crossover formula. The trio’s latest plaudits come from rave gods, The Prodigy, who approached PENGSHUi to remix their track Light Up The Sky, which is lifted from their forthcoming album, No Tourists. The result is an uncompromising sonic blast that is going to be sure to fuck up many a dance from here on out. You can pre-order the album now from the all the usual spots. PENGSHUi are currently on a nationwide tour supporting Astroid Boys, so keep an eye out for them rolling through your town soon.

About a month ago I shared a new track from Paten Locke’s latest project, where he had been tasked with providing remixes for the most recent album from The Perceptionists. Now Mello Music Group have released the full thing, which features seven remixes of tracks from Resolution, as well as the previously shared, Bait. You can stream Low Resolution below and downloads are available via MMG. Read the rest of this entry »

Just heard a fantastic remix from The Du-Rites, as they tackle the already solid sounding wax Tailor joint, Worldwide. After the success of Sour Soul, I hope Ghost turns his attention to other beatmakers beyond hip hop cos this sounds so good. There is a preview available over on iTunes.

El-P mentioned on Twitter a few weeks ago that there was an RTJ remix on the way, featuring a British MC. I’ve been speculating ever since and the general consensus between me and everyone who put their twopence in was that it would be a grime MC, a) cos we know El is a big fan of the genre and b) cos if it was anyone from UK hip hop, its likely something would have come on to my radar already. Read the rest of this entry »

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.