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The good music run continues with the new video from Cobes. Despite being a player on the scene since the early LDZ days, this is Cobes’s first solo release and hopefully a sign that a full project is in the works. For Deja Vu Cobes has enlisted the production talents of regular Potent Funk collaborator, Don Piper, with Spin City Visuals on video duties (a video which could be deemed NSFW, so beware!). Streaming and download options are also available.

Another gem from Dabbla’s Death Moves album, as he unveils the new video for Same Old Me. The track is produced by HashFinger and the video was made by Spin City Visuals. Death Moves is out now on Potent Funk.

Absolute beast of a video from Dirty Dike as he celebrates the release of his latest album. Rex 01 features a whole lot of talented cats, as the Dikestar calls up Inja, Killa P and Foreign Beggars to get busy over a DnB tinted banger from Pete Cannon. It’s one of many gems to be found on Acrylic Snail, Dike’s first proper release in three years and probably my favourite album of his (I’m calling it already). You can experience the album in all its glory below and you can grab a physical over at the High Focus store. Read the rest of this entry »

Another visual smash from Dabbla and his recent Death Moves LP. Once again he has enlisted the ample talents of Spin City Visuals for the video, with long-term production sparring partner, Sumgii, cooking up another banger for the beat. Death Moves is out now on Potent Funk.

Last week saw the release of the next video from the upcoming Jam Baxter album, following on from the arrival of lead single, Saliva. Vulture is produced by Last Japan and the video was made by Spin City Visuals. The album, Touching Scenes, is due for release on 16 November on High Focus. There will also be a tour underway soon in support of the album release and tickets are available here.

Hyped to see the announcement of a new album from Jam Baxter. It’s a step away from the MO of his last two offerings, which were produced in full by Chemo, as the first leak demonstrates. Joining forces with fellow Dead Player, GhostTown, the pair deliver a solid lead single with a great video that was shot on location in Spain. Touching Scenes is due for release on 16 November, boasting features from the likes of Kate Tempest, OG Rootz fka Durrty Goodz and Rag’N’Bone Man. The video was made by Spin City Visuals.

A personal favourite from the forthcoming Dabbla album, as the Potent Funk MC unleashes his latest video. Long Gone features fellow Dead Player, Jam Baxter and a filthy beat from long-term collaborator, Sumgii. Just wait for that drop. The video was made by Spin City Visuals. Death Moves is due out on 5 October.

Great new video from Shay D as she brings female empowerment into focus on Suffragettes. The track is produced by Nutty P and the video was made by Dabbla favourite, Spin City Visuals. You can stream/download now Suffragettes from all the usual spots.

This week we were treated to another new video from Dabbla’s upcoming album, Death Moves. FUTD – aka Fuck Up The Dance – features a crazy beat from Sumgii, complete with Chun Li samples and a full CGI video, complete with UFO crash landings and alien robots. The video was made by Spin City Visuals. The album is due for release on 1 October and features Rag’N’Bone Man, Eva Lazarus, Jam Baxter, Illaman and LDZ.

Benofficial returns with another track, following on from his Potent Funk debut back in June. MVN FWD is again produced by Prozac and the video was made by Spin City Visuals. Downloads for both tracks are available over on Bandcamp.