BNJMN / Andy Stott - Second Kiss  →
Red hot future Techno from BNJMN, backed with an outstanding Andy Stott remix. A-side, his original ‘Nightvision’ is a real dancefloor weapon, mixing malleable, warped Garage bass with mechanised House rhythms at a heads-down Techno tilt, kinda like some Si Begg or Cristian Vogel ace updated with a deadly 2011 flex. On the flip, Andy Stott does his throttling, squashed and heaving...
ASAP Rocky - LiveloveASAP  →
Han är nykomlingen som branschen satte klorna i innan han hann släppa detta mixtape. Han skrev på ett kontrakt värt 3 miljoner dollar med bolaget RCA Music Group efter att bara ha släppt två låtar från skivan, och när tredje låten släpptes ingick han samarbetsavtal med stora namn som Drake och Jim Jones. Nu när mixtapet är ute börjar man ana varför. ASAP Rocky är prototypen av ett hiphopbarn...
King Tubby & The Soul Syndicate - Freedom Sounds... →
Record date : 1976-79 Album style : roots, dub Playlist : Ethiopian Version Leaving Babylon Dub Dub The Right Way Salty Dub Seaview Corner Rocking Dub Of Righteousness Great Stone Empty Vessel Dub Israelite Children Dub East Avenue Skank Tinson Pen Dub King Tubby’s Key Jah Is Coming In Dub Confusing Dub Top Line Special Mixing Engineer : King Tubby...
Skream presents The Freeizm Album →
Rinse FM - DJ Plastician [18-12-11]
TiRon & Ayomari - A Sucker For Pumps →
It has become a forced issue to have a requisite anthem that caters to ladies, just to be considered as a diverse enterprise. Carefree Californians, TiRon and his ever-reliable consort, Ayomari, are doing the game one better with A Sucker For Pumps, a crisp, melodious glance through a relationship looking glass that was made for women, but strong enough to keep men in tune. Not only do they...
Y Society – Travel At Your Own Pace →
Travel At Your Own Pace” could be the perfect title for the debut by Y Society, as group members Insight and Damu the Fudgemunk are simply traveling at their own pace throughout the course of this album. They go their own way in terms of beats and lyrics, thus offering something unique and unexpected to the listener, and the result is good hip-hop that challenges the genre’s norms and...
Common - The Dreamer The Believer  [V0] →
Common is back with his 9th studio album, The Dreamer, The Believer. The Chi town emcee has been dropping records since ’92 and in that time the landscape of rap has drastically changed. But on The Dreamer Common takes us back to the basics of classic hip hop; bumping beats and lyrical wizardry. Production is handled masterfully by long time collaborator No I.D. Whether it’s loops from...
Benton - Wormholes / Sleepless [WHEELYDEALY025]... →
A dark rolling monster, spaced out and sparse with a chest rattling sub and minimal percussion. Benton’s signature industrial basses sear through the darkness giving you more cutting edge half step, a sound originally coined by Youngsta in 2004. This has been battered exclusively by Youngsta, N-Type, Distance.
J:Kenzo - Ruffhouse / Therapy  →
J:Kezo lands his 2nd 12” on Tempa with a vocal assist from Rod Azlan. ‘Ruffhouse’ is a bassbin worrying halfstepper in the most classic sense; range-finding subbass and disciplined, halfsteppin’ 808 drums with deeply moody atmosphere. Flipside features the convulsive ElectroDub flux of ‘Therapy’, all prodding dub chords and fluid, double-time drum ...
Danny Brown – Monopoly
Synkro - Presence, Questions & Memory (Styrax... →
Hot on the heels of his lovely 12” for MoM, Synkro serves three tracks of lush ambient Techno electronics for Styrax. ‘Presence’ suffuses the A-side with a blissed-out 4/4 roller buoyed by convective Reese bass and kissed by convective, effervescent atmospheres to sooth yer bonce. Flipside, the beatless ‘Question’ appears shades away from the 4th world ...