Chali 2NA

We catch up with the legendary Chali 2Na for our quick fire 10 Questions ahead of his UK tour! If you didn’t know already he’s about to set foot on UK soil and bless many venues up and down the …
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Curren$y: More Saturday Night Car Tunes

The New Orleans spitter follows August’s ‘Saturday Night Car Tunes’ EP with this follow up, and it’s more of the hazy, spaced-out hip hop Curren$y specialises in. This project features collaborations with Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller, and if you …
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Poejazzi @ The Royal Albert Hall

After the success of last month’s National Slam Final at the Royal Albert Hall, the iconic London venue is laying on another major celebration of the spoken word, with the return of Poejazzi. The curated event, dedicated to showcasing unique …
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Gunplay: Gunplay

If you want to listen to Hip-Hop that will give you a kick better than two Red Bulls in the morning then Gunplay has you sorted. With the album ‘Living Legend’ still awaiting a confirmed release date, Gunplay has proceeded …
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The Doppelgangaz – The Ghastly Duo EP

Matter Ov Fact and EP combine as The Doppelgangaz, the Orange County duo who first burst into the industry around 2008. The Doppelgangaz have been praised for their self-sufficiency, (Matter Ov Fact and EP are producers as well as rappers, …
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Cappo & Stealf – Unicron

The UK has produced some awesome artists, but Hip Hop (maybe more than any other genre) often divides opinion. This is never clearer when the discussion arrises concerning the ‘Best rappers’. I would however make a bet with you that …
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Bad Taste Records – 5th Anniversary Vol. 1

Bad Taste Records have their ears firmly to the ground when it comes to finding superior artists with a unique sound. The diverse and gritty label have pegged some pretty weighty artists over the years including Trellion & Sniff, Rawkid …
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Tokyo Dub 2014

Tokyo Dub, the perfect way to round up festival season. One day of underground bass music, Hip-hop and live bands for you to blow your final bit of steam off before we are all back in clubs raving during the …
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Isaac Danquah – The Boy Meets Man Experiment

Having first picked up a microphone at the tender age of 11, Hackney born and bred creative genius Isaac Danquah, burst on to the scene when DJ Target put his Pete Rock sampled track Simple into heavy rotation on his …
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Ded Tebiase & Javier SMI: 3D

‘3D’ is a collaboration album between a Bristol-based duo; the awesomely-named producer Ded Tebiase and rhyme-henchman Javier SMI. This album was a year in the making and despite living in the same city, they never actually recorded in the same …
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Philthy Rich – N.E.R.N.L. 3

Philthy Rich’s work ethic and the sheer prolific nature of his musical output is something that you have to respect. He’s fast becoming one of the Bay Area’s most recognizable rappers, and his latest offering, ‘N.E.R.N.L. 3’ continues the hustle …
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Four Elements and Beyond – Beyond The Elements

Raised in Westchester, New York and based in Savannah, Georgia, American rapper Miggs is an artist in many senses of the word: holding his own as a professional illustrator, instrumentalist and wordsmith to name just a few of his talents. …
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Rotterdam Beats Festival

This November will see the 5th edition of the annual Rotterdam Beats festival. Although the term festival normally conjures up images of weekends spent in sweaty tents covered in mud and vaguely remembering what happened, Rotterdam Beats is an altogether …
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10 Questions – Bboy Mouse

World Champ, event organiser, genuine cool guy and the first Bboy to feature in our magazine, we felt that nearly 3 years later on it was only right to do a 10 questions with the 6 Fingered Wizard, Bboy Mouse. Firstly …
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L’Orange – Entering The Silence

Following hot on the heels of ‘The Orchid Days’, which dropped in April of this year, North Carolina’s L’Orange is keen to show his skills don’t stop there with this sweet-as-a-nut follow up. His penchant for oblique, abstract sampladelica is …
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