Fans of Marlowe take note, as I bring you the new solo album from Solemn Brigham. Having deservedly earned himself plenty of props from across the board for his work alongside L’Orange, the North Carolina rapper is now treating us to an album that further highlights his mastery, while also providing some insight into the decay of his hometown, Albemarle. Some fantastic production picks along the way, thanks to contributions from The Lasso, Kuartz, Supa K and L’Orange, among others. You can explore the album below, then head to Bandcamp to grab a download.Continue reading “Solemn Brigham: South Sinner Street (Stream)”
New music from Solemn Brigham, as he gears up for the release of a new solo LP. The Marlowe MC teams up with Quakers producer, Supa K, for this latest track, which serves as an ode to, “someone who carried me and provided for me during tough times”, as the man himself says in the accompanying notes. Dirty Whip is taken from the album, South Sinner Street, which is due for release on Mello Music Group. More news on that soon.
Very happy to see the return of Marlowe – aka L’Orange and Solemn Brigham – as they bless us with the first single from their upcoming album. Their titular debut was one of 2018’s highlights and was widely acclaimed by fans and critics alike, so the anticipation for a follow-up has been mounting ever since. Future Power Sources is our first fresh material from the duo since then and I think it will act as the perfect dose for those fiendin’ for more of that potent social commentary and heavy, sample-driven production. The album, Marlowe 2, is due for release on 7 August via Mello Music Group.
Yesterday saw the premiere of the latest video from L’Orange and Solemn Brigham, lifted from their recent Marlowe album. Brigham heralded Things We Summon as the smoothest cut on the album, while L’Orange says it is one of his favourites, but that it is not a song for everyone. Personally, I love it. In fact, the whole album is worthy of your attention and you can grab a copy now via Mello Music Group.
Another album released today that is worthy of your attention is the latest offering from L’Orange, as he teams up with Solemn Brigham to form Marlowe. Their self-titled debut has already given us a couple of gems, but now we get treated to the whole album, which lives up to the high standards L’Orange has been setting over the years with his previous projects. No features, but Brigham is more than capable of keeping the momentum going on his own. You can stream the album below and Bandcamp has downloads available. Continue reading “Marlowe: Marlowe (Stream)”
Another cut from the forthcoming Marlowe album, courtesy of L’Orange and Solemn Brigham. The North Carolina MC gets into taxi driver mode for the video and brings a more melodic cadence to the track, while L’Orange whips up a typically jazzy beat on the production. The self-titled Marlowe album is due for release on Mello Music Group on 13 July.
The coming of a new L’Orange project is always a cause for celebration in my eyes and the latest one looks set to prove me right once again. Mello Music Group recently announced the producer’s latest venture, alongside North Carolina MC, Solemn Brigham.
Apparently the pair – who together are called Marlowe – started working together 10 years ago and have now decided to release a full-length project. Lost Arts is the lead single and features some pretty rapid fire flows from Brigham. Interesting to see how the rest of the album manifests itself. The album is due out on 13 July.