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Luca Olias - Soapbox

Articles by: Luca Olias

Reviews

Impey – BangClap/4titude – Review

Impey – BangClap/4titude – Review

The London based producer, Impey, brings us his latest E.P called ‘Bangclap/4titude’ which is a breath of fresh air for the grime instrumental scene. This producer may be sought after if he keeps on producing this quality of music. ‘Bangclap’ is my favourite track out of the three as there is // Read More

by × June 2, 2014 ×

Reviews

Feonix – The Wrench/Squarefeet

Feonix – The Wrench/Squarefeet

We get all different genres of music sent to us at Soapbox HQ but for the first time I can personally say, I got to listen to some dubstep for this review! That’s some very sick dubstep of that as well, not all about a 5-10 second period of waiting // Read More

by × April 27, 2014 ×

Reviews

Don’t Flop Brighton – Raise the Bar Tour – Event Review

Don’t Flop Brighton – Raise the Bar Tour – Event Review

It has been a long time but Don’t Flop finally made its return to the sunny south coast with five extraordinary battles. Brighton has proved to be an absolutely great location for Don’t Flop events with a collection of great MCs, brilliant audiences and wonderful venues. This particular event took // Read More

by × April 26, 2014 ×

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Coleco – Spatial – Review

Coleco – Spatial – Review

Our next project has come to us here at Soapbox HQ from Bristol, with a highly unique, yet equally sick, E.P. Alex Shailer or his more well-known producer name ,Coleco, has released his new four-track E.P called “Spatial” which has taken an extremely played out area of music and reinvigorated // Read More

by × April 22, 2014 ×

Music

Gi3mo – Fire In The Streets

Gi3mo – Fire In The Streets

What do you say to underground artists having a great platform to display their talent to a wider audience? Sounds pretty good to me Charlie Sloth. Two Brighton rappers have got the opportunity to partake in BBC Radio’s personality Charlie Sloth’s new scheme called “Fire in the Streets” and already // Read More

by × April 8, 2014 ×

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Alice Russell – Breakdown – Review

Alice Russell – Breakdown – Review

A Suffolk born Soul singer inspired by Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin? Yes please boss! The next piece that has reached the box is a new track from the veteran artist Alice Russell featuring the late soul great Darondo with the love child being “Breakdown”.

by × April 8, 2014 ×

Reviews

Yogocop Records – Team Dreebs Vol.1 – Review

Yogocop Records – Team Dreebs Vol.1 – Review

We’re back home to the Soapbox hub for this E.P from Yogocop Records. Team Dreebs Vol. 1 is the 20 track birth-child from the Brighton based independent label who are promoting underground hip-hop artists, sounds a little familiar to us so you can imagine how this was received from the // Read More

by × March 21, 2014 ×

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Ghetts – Rebel With A Cause – Review

Ghetts – Rebel With A Cause – Review

How times have changed, right? The next project that reaches Soapbox has left me stunned and almost speechless. The artist is Ghetts, the name of the project is “Rebel With a Cause” and the product is a massive change in style.

by × March 18, 2014 ×

Reviews

Homeboy Sandman – White Sands – Review

Homeboy Sandman – White Sands – Review

We go international for our next project as we step across the pond to Queens, NY. Homeboy Sandman brings us another great piece; produced by Paul White we have the LP called “White Sands”. This is the 11th project that has been put out by Homeboy Sandman, the man who // Read More

by × March 9, 2014 ×