The Brighton rapper has yet again added to his incredible collection of music videos with these new visuals for ‘High Street’, filmed by AboveGround.
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To celebrate reaching two thousand SoundCloud followers and exceeding 300,000 total plays on the site, FSHG have released “Still”. Riddled with hi-hats, Harvey’s mellow instrumental features some exceptional sampling which is complemented by Frankie’s emotive lyricism and calm delivery. Listen here: These two are moving fast, try and keep up with // Read More
Feeling like a Smoother Sounding Sundays release, FS&HG bring us ‘Fabric’, aptly timed for the end of summer melancholia. The track consists of Frankie’s very literal biog over one of the coldest instrumentals you’ll hear this year from Harvey Gunn. ‘Fabric’ shows us just how refreshing the duo can be. Although // Read More
When it comes to originality and innovation within the genre, Jam Baxter is renowned for his unorthodox approach, leading to some fantastic creations. ‘…So We Ate Them Whole’ is the latest project in his ever more impressive discography and really does make a point of pushing the boundaries within underground // Read More
Since the release of ‘I Remain’ Verb T’s ever loyal fan base have been eagerly anticipating a follow up project. At long long last we have it. ‘Medicated Dreams’ is the story of Verb T’s own personal struggles with Crohn’s disease and the backlash of emotions that come taking regular medication // Read More
This year there are some great line-ups at some great festivals, so we thought we’d pick out the ones we feel will be most enjoyable. Yeah you have your Glastonburys, Benicassims, V Fests and all that, but they’re all a bit much for some. So, instead, we’ve gone for the more // Read More
It has been a long time since I anticipated an album so highly. In my youth 50 Cent was just one of the people you listened to, it wasn’t a matter of choice you just did. After a definite lull in quality over the last few years however, Curtis Jackson // Read More
After what seems to be an internal break, Rum Committee’s Sherlock Bones teams up with the ever expanding talents of Adam The Rapper to create a brand new album. ‘Don’t Move’ is a pretty extensive look into how talented both of the artists are in their respective fields and it // Read More