Posts tagged "Hip-Hop"(Page 9)

MANIK releases ‘Undergroundknowledge’

Following up from MANIK’s  debut album release ‘Armies of the Night’, released on Ovum in 2011, comes his latest offering: Undergroundknowledge.   Undergroundknowledge is an opportunity to gain balance in the current nature of the world. MANIK sees this age as that categorised according to the celebritydom, which is off

A few years ago, Croydon based producer of everything Deft gave me feedback via a mutual friend on some music I was producing at the time. So, when I saw him in the smoking area of Phonox in Brixton a couple of weeks ago I had to go and thank

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Darren Williams, aka Star Slinger is an electronic music producer and DJ based in Manchester, United Kingdom. To date he has released two full length albums as well as numerous EPs and singles, including 2016’s breakthrough We Could Be More EP released via Skrillex’s OWSLA label.

Evil Needle is an experimental electronic artist and producer hailing from Strasbourg, France mainly inspired by ‘90s hip-hop. With artists like Wu Tang Clan being the soundtrack to his childhood, Evil Needle has been making beats for the past decade and is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

CYNE have reissued a deluxe-edition version of their debut album Time Being. Time Being, originally released in 2003, was the first full-length LP by CYNE, following a series of 12” singles for Beta Bodega’s imprint Botanica Del Jibaro. This Project Mooncircle reissue marks the first time that this long out-of-print

J Dilla’s Moog and MPC are to be presented in the Smithsonian Museum as part of a new African-American History & Culture exhibition. Detroit bred producer J Dilla left behind a massive legacy, with collaborations from MF Doom, De La Soul & A Tribe Called Quest he was arguably a

Hip Hop trio the Beastie Boys are to be honoured with a mural at Paul’s Boutique to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their second album “Paul’s Boutique.” Sandwich shop “Wolfnights,” where the iconic Lee’s Sportswear once stood back in the 80’s, will play host to the mural which will be

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