Boom Bap presents – High Focus @ The Open – Norwich

Friday’s are something most of the nation fiend for during the hustle and bustle of the week’s tumultuous struggle to bring home the bacon. An equally wise and lucky section of the population happen to be aware of a certain …
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Spitfire – Crypted Facts & Lifted Wax

South Coast MC Spitfire released this EP earlier on this month and it’s a nice little release. Crypted Facts & Lifted Wax was made in a week, but that’s not to say it sounds rushed or subpar. In fact it’s …
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Curtis Williams – Danco James

Two-9 have bubbled up from the underground and made a name for themselves. Now, things have changed. No longer working to gain a rep, they are working to entertain the value of their Interscope contract. They have to be more …
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Stakka Lyrics: Ground Level

Bridge City veteran Stakka Lyrics returns with the new six track release ‘Ground Level,’ a succinct display of his gruff slow motion flow and established lyrical skill. An English innovator who helped to put Cambridge, Rhyme Pad Records and Delegates …
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EXCLUSIVE PREMIER – Too Many T’s – Butter Rug

Premiering exclusively here today is the brand new single form the forthcoming album by Too Many T’s. Featuring Abdominal, Jester Jacobs, Kathika Rabbit, Lazy Habits & Parallax and produced by Uncle Bad Touch, it’s a welcome return for the cheeky …
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Bestival 2014 – Desert Island Disco

Bestival might be the friendliest festival in the UK! Four days on the Isle of Wight at Bestival secures the thought in your mind that this festival is simply amazing fun, with a combination of music that is specifically booked …
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10 Questions – Ed Spoons

Firstly please introduce yourself, tell us where you’re from and who & what you represent: I’m Ed Spoons and I grew up in London. I was a founding member and always will represent Ghetlow Pirates but I’m also part of …
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Blue Daisy – Mermaid

Ahead of an upcoming second release, North London’s Kwesi Darko aka Blue Daisy has dropped a free three-track EP entitled ‘Mermaid’. Having already turned a fair few heads this year with the four-track ‘Psychotic Love’ EP, which came out back …
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Channel 4 launches Four To The Floor

FTTF is the new music show from C4, airing this Wednesday (24/9) at midnight. The series aims to give a platform to underground musicians who don’t usually get their chance to shine in the mainstream media. The first episode features …
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Travi$ Scott – Days Before Rodeo

Travi$ Scott, the 22-year old rapper/producer from Houston, has been relatively quiet since the release of his debut project Owl Pharaoh last May.  Save from a couple of high-profile, albeit quiet appearances on the footnotes of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s …
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Moose Funk Squad: Moose Funk Vol.1

The ‘Moose Funk Tape’ opens up with a wacky excerpt from a Tim Westwood radio interview talking about dinosaurs and ‘Meese’ (apparently it means a gang of Moose…?) See, Moosefunk Squad are a super-group of sorts; producer P739, DJ Sugai, …
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Black Twang – Dettwork South East

The first thing that struck me when listening through the almost mythical, oft-revered but never released debut of Tony Rotten was how ‘now’ it sounded. Remastered though it is, the production and lyricism is on par with anything out today. …
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Sonnyjim – Guest Verses & Granola Breakfasts (Vol 2)

One of the co-founders of Eatgood Records, SonnyJim is a long time veteran of the UK hip-hop scene with a long and respectable career of battling, live shows & top level collabs behind him. The dedication and skillset are proven …
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Yamin Semali – Senior Dues

Yamin Semali is a prolific rapper and producer hailing from Outkast’s former stomping ground, East Point – Georgia. Earning a reputation as one of the hungriest and hardest working hip hop artists in the South East, Semali looks set to take the crown …
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K9 – The Re-education Of King 9

Maaaan, I’ve been sitting on this for far too long so I’ll try and keep it swift.  K9 first hit my radar a while back when he guested on Blak Twang’s ode to alternative teen-education, “G.C.S.E”.  Fast forward a good …
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