The current indie rap scene teems with more life than ever before. Thanks to the World Wide Web’s endless supply of outlets, from your run-of-the-mill tastemaker blog, website and chat room to Tumblr, YouTube, Bandcamp and god knows what else, rappers with no budget but lots of ambition and maybe even a little talent can […]
Clocking in at 21 songs, plus two remixes from DJ Manny and Borrowed CS, “LWMP18” is an astonishing investigation of the power and potential of juke and footwork music, as re-imagined through the lens of an antipodean artist looking at the world both online and from a significant geographical distance.
Following on from a string of acclaimed EPs on Planet E and his own label, DIRT TECH RECK boss Waajeed presents his first full-length studio album, “From The Dirt.“
Compiled by DJ, record collector and label boss Gilles Peterson, the tastemaking Brownswood Bubblers series returns.
Originally hailing from Florida, Ghost McGrady headed out west and posted up in Koreatown, Los Angeles where neighbors and police frequently complained of a loud smell and an even louder stereo system blaring the wide spectrum of vivid sounds that would ultimately come to form the beats throughout this album.
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 […]
Compiled by Belgian DJ and eclectic connoisseur Lefto, ‘Jazz Cats’ showcases the next generation of Belgian jazz artists including the psychedelic jazz-fusion collective BRZZVLL, the outrageous BeraadGeslagen, radical experimentalists Steiger, electro-acoustic piano trio De Beren Gieren and futuristic funksters, STUFF.