During her 12 year career she has earned the respect and admiration of listeners and peers alike via her incredible talent not only as a vocalist and songwriter spanning jazz, soul and hip-hop, but her long standing role as a producer and musician.
Photo: Christaan Felber for Vulture When it came to Mac, I hate to admit it but I caught on a little late. I remember hearing the name, “Mac Miller,” but I didn’t make any real effort to check him out until hearing “SDS“ on “Watching Movies With The Sound Off“. Naturally the song caught my […]
clouded, farther than the periphery, smeared electronics flood the stairwell. banished formants glow through chain links. a distant storm, an empty breeze is stuck on pause. shapes contest their own shadows in the noise. my mind is hunted, tangled and wrung out by endless phantom waves. offer them the REMNANT.
Making his Stones Throw debut, Rejoicer (Yuvi Havkin) is a producer from Tel-Aviv, who splices together funk, hip-hop, breakbeats and jazz. He’s helped cultivate Israel’s modern beat movement, and fostered a community of international artists who contribute to his Raw Tapes label.
The Californian producer Vhsceral lends his unique signature to thirteen tracks on the limited-edition “Some Year” tape out now via Radio Juicy. Some Year is a compelling musical journey that leans into future sounds but remains committed to trap, classic boom-bap, lo-fi, bounce and electronic.
In 2003 Kutmah started Sketchbook as a radio show on Dublab in Los Angeles and a year later Sketchbook became the city’s first all instrumental beat night.
Following on from his sort of nihilistic but also maybe kind of apocalyptic “Inherit The Earth“ LP (April 2017), Slugabed’s “Pandæmonium” EP appears to be the result of him tumbling deeper into his own insides and finding some pretty hellish things. It has a nice front cover, painted by Parker S Jackson. Look him up […]