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Fresh out the gates today, comes the latest visual offering from Moreone, as he makes tentative steps towards the release of his new album. 3991 is produced by Verb T and features cuts from Jazz T. Streams and downloads are also available now via In The Balance Records.

Next month on 18 April, as is now customary in Bristol, High Focus will roll into town en masse to celebrate their 9th birthday. Following on from last year’s success, once again they will takeover the SWX nightclub which is situated bang in the middle of town and will bring with them a selection of the finest artists that their ever-increasing roster has to offer.
On the bill this year we have performances from The Four Owls, Jam Baxter, Coops, Onoe Caponoe, Ed Scissor, Strange U, Ronnie Bosh and Pitch 92 as well as their latest signing Datkid, plus loads more MCs and DJs to get the place jumping. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of reaching one of these events in the past, then you will know what to expect and that what to expect is something special.
As is also customary, I have the opportunity for one of you lucky so-and-sos to win free entry for you and a faithful companion on the night itself. All you have to do to win is answer the following question:

What is the name of the forthcoming album from Datkid and Leaf Dog?

To enter, stick the answer in an email along with your full name and I will pick a winner at random on 1 April. The email address is allgingereverything@gmail.com. For the full line-up check the poster above and if you’d rather invest in some tickets instead, you can find them here.

Another blinding debut release right here, as Manchester-based producer, Pitch 92, drops his highly anticipated 3rd Culture album. It’s a debut for a producer who has long been a part of the UK scene, making a name for himself off the back of a string of solid collaborations alongside a number of artists including Verb T and more recently, DRS. He released his Lost in Space EP on High Focus last year to critical acclaim, but now he takes things up to new heights with this full-length project. Read the rest of this entry »

New album on the horizon from Pitch 92 and he’s kicking it off in style with the lead single. Humanoid features Verb T, Kashmere and MysDiggi, unbelievably marking the first time that Kash and Mys have appeared on a track together. The album, 3rd Culture, is out on High Focus on 28 February.

Verb T returns with some new music to help us beat the midweek blues. For You features fellow label mate, Moreone, with production from Urban Click. The video was made by Parallel Media. If you’re in Bristol this Friday, head down to The Exchange to catch an In The Balance showcase, featuring Verbs, Moreone, Rye Shabby, G00SE, Chillman and Sam Krats. Tickets are available here.

In The Balance Records reppin’ hard on their new video, as Verb T, Moreone and Rye Shabby get busy over a tight beat from Micall Parknsun. If you’re in Bristol, watch out for an ITB showcase happening at The Exchange on 23 November. The video for Hallway was made by WaveyxTimes.

Happy to see the arrival of the debut album from Green Brick Records, as Res One and Illinformed drop the long-awaited A Dogs Dreams. Featuring 11 tracks from the UK stalwarts, plus a whole host of guest spots from the likes of Inja, Verb T, Smellington Piff and Leaf Dog, as well as Res’s fellow Split Prophets, the album is a strong start for the fledgling label. You can stream the full project below, with downloads and limited edition vinyl available over on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

Verbal Highz representative G00SE recently hooked up with Verb T’s burgeoning label, In The Balance Records and proceeded to release his debut solo project. Living Poets Society provides a perfect snapshot of why the Bristol-based MC has become one to watch, with his brand of frenetic yet calculated wordplay taking centre stage. The album (EP? Thanks Kanye) is produced in its entirety by G00SE, another chance for him to flex his hip hop muscle and conjure up the ideal backdrops for his lyrical acrobatics. Read the rest of this entry »

Rye Shabby carries on riding the wave of his recent release, with another video from the project. Those Eyes features Verb T, both on the mic and on the beat. The video was made by Parallel Media. The track is lifted from Die Shabby which is out now on In The Balance Records.

The inimitable Rye Shabby returned to the fore at the end of last week with a new album, Die Shabby. There will be more on that to follow, but for now immerse yourself in the latest video from the project. Turquoise is a poignant track with some mildly hallucinatory visuals to set the scene, as Shabby delivers spoken word style verses over a nice beat from label-head, Verb T. The additional vocals come courtesy of Cassie Campbell Cartwright and the video was made by Parallel Media. Die Shabby is out now on all the usual platforms on In The Balance Records.