A day out in Hyde Park with the Rumbustious Records crew resulted in a cypher on a pedalo, as you do.
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I’ve been meaning to pop along to one of Tom Hines’ infamous live hip hop/ open mic nights for a while now. Slip Jam:B (or ‘slippers’, as it is endearingly nicknamed), has been going strong in Brighton for nearly 15 years, running on a monthly basis since 1999. For some // Read More
As Gi3mo said himself, there appears to be very little bad rap music coming out of Brighton at the moment. The standard has definitely risen since this time two years ago. The main thing that really separates Brighton’s hip hop community from that of other cities is that our sense // Read More
When it comes to releasing regular and consistently creative material, there are few hip hop acts in the UK that can really ride with Gi3mo. Not long after ‘The Tales of Gary Guttersnypes’, the Brighton based rapper has reappeared with another 8 track LP, this time entitled ‘Gary Guttersnypes: One // Read More
“The Untold Adventures of Gary Guttersnypes” is the first time we have heard Gizmo work on a solo project instead of working and producing directly with Rum Committee. Gi3mo, as one of the lead producers behind Rum Com’s success, finally takes the centre stage in this project, to great // Read More
We at Soapbox strong supporters of Brighton based boozers Rum Committee here at SoapBox, so we had to grab a copy of the second installment of their mixtape series when it dropped. Continuing on from their debut mixtape “Committee is Boss” and the success of their 2011 album “Boozetown” was // Read More
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.
On 9th February, SoapBox met with the Rum Committee to talk about recent happenings, what to expect from the 10 piece hip-hop collective in the near future and to discuss some of their work as individuals. Check out what was said after the booze and fags rolled through.