Parallax: Auditory Vision (Stream)

A quality debut album from one of the finest purveyors of boom bap in the UK right now, as Parallax releases Auditory Vision. Having built up a name for himself through live shows and his 2014 EP, Depth Perception, the London MC has spent the last few years putting together his debut full-length. The wait was well worth it, with AV demonstrating exactly how his talents have been honed in that four year interim. The features help to bolster the album’s appeal too, with Rakaa Iriscience, C.A.M and Phoenix Da Icefire helping Parallax tear down beats from the likes of Ded Tebiase, Nappa and Wickstarr. Auditory Vision is available to stream in full below and there are also downloads, physicals and merch to nab over on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Parallax: Auditory Vision (Stream)”

C.A.M: The First Move

You may remember me covering some music from London MC, C.A.M, a while back. He is now back with his full debut release, First Move and it displays more of the confident wordplay and thoughtful lyricism that were prevalent in the lead single, Cold Soul.
Production for the most part comes from Wickstarr, with Chro bringing his knowledge to a couple of joints. C.A.M handles all the bars himself, but there is a nice feature from CW Jones, on the EP’s closing track. You can stream First Move below and you can purchase a copy via C.A.M’s Bandcamp. Continue reading “C.A.M: The First Move”