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Dot Rotten: ‘Throwback Music’ – Review

Dot Rotten: ‘Throwback Music’ – Review

‘Throwback Music’ is the most recent project from London based MC & renowned musician Dot Rotten. Dot represents the stage in-between struggling off Grime music & reaching commercial success. Other Grime acts who have ended up in a realm of wealth such as Wiley, Skepta, or even Dizzee Rascal all // Read More

by × April 10, 2013 ×

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Tyler, The Creator: ‘WOLF’ – Review

Tyler, The Creator: ‘WOLF’ – Review

Tyler, The Creator has treated us to another studio album: WOLF. This ferocious 18-track album outlines parts of Tyler’s past, such as his fairly unpleasant childhood as well as discussing his current fame and how he and OFWGKTA, as a team, seem to be running things. This album promised a lot, // Read More

by × April 4, 2013 ×

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Rag’N’Bone Man: ‘Bluestown’ – Review

Rag’N’Bone Man: ‘Bluestown’ – Review

I was first introduced to Rum Committee at Concorde 2; the hip-hop collective were one of the main support acts for legendary MF DOOM.

by × April 3, 2013 ×

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Battle of the Month – February (Title Match Special)

Battle of the Month – February (Title Match Special)

February has been a heated month for battling. Such a high quality of battles has been present in these uploads, which is why I’ve decided to increase the content in this latest report.

by × March 25, 2013 ×

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Micall Parknsun: ‘Me Myself & Akai’ – Review

Micall Parknsun: ‘Me Myself & Akai’ – Review

Possibly one of the most anticipated UK Hip Hop albums to be released in the last five years, Micall Parknsun has finally dropped ‘Me, Myself and Akai’.

by × March 18, 2013 ×

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Frankie Stew & Cuth – Journeys

Frankie Stew & Cuth – Journeys

Frankie Stew returns again with another high quality project, this time alongside top-notch production from Cuth.

by × March 7, 2013 ×

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SplitProphets & Jman – 08/02/13 – Cellar Door

SplitProphets & Jman – 08/02/13 – Cellar Door

Angry, gritty, and energetic are three words which could be used to describe Bristol-based UK hip-hop collective SplitProphets. When emcees Datkid, Res and Upfront turned up at Exeter’s Cellar Door last Friday alongside DJ’s Badhabitz, Fingerfood and fello Brisolian lyricist Jman for a night of live hip-hop and cyphers, it // Read More

by × February 15, 2013 ×

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The Underachievers: ‘Indigoism’ – Review

The Underachievers: ‘Indigoism’ – Review

Have you heard of The Underachievers? Bet you haven’t. The pair of rappers, Issa Dash and AK, from NY, are off most people’s radars still, but have still been signed to Flying Lotus’ label, Brainfeeder, and are quickly blowing up the scene with a single free mixtape filled with psychedelic yet // Read More

by × February 12, 2013 ×

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The Four Owls – 07/02/13 – The Cavern

The Four Owls – 07/02/13 – The Cavern

Who said UK hip hop was dead? Just look to the skies. On Wednesday 6th of February UK hip hop collective The Four Owls descended upon the intimate gig space of Exeter Cavern, armed to the teeth with beats, mics and bars to spit. Brought down for the first time this // Read More

by × February 8, 2013 ×