• Hip-Hop
  • Adian Coker – Connect


    UK emcee Adian Coker goes wild on his “Connect”. We featured Adian Coker 4 years ago when he released Angels & Demons and, later, Gaza. We’re not much older and much wiser and Coker is still making great music. Unfortunately, we were late on the uptake for his last release but that takes nothing away from […]

  • Hip-Hop
  • Flamingosis – Football Head


    The final track on Flamingosis’ 2015 album “Pleasure Palette” is captivating. Here’s a brief description why. While creating the schedule for our new cartoon channel, Doodleface, I stumbled upon this fine piece of music from Flamingosis. Football Head was released last year as part of his instrumental album, Pleasure Palette, and it’s truly magnificent. It serves as […]

  • Electronic
  • Suff Daddy – Birdsongs


    Suff Daddy drops the eclectic new album Birdsongs. “Music for summer evenings, champagne nights and gloomy mornings” as described by Suff Daddy himself. There’s a certain decadence that emanates through the album, particularly on the nu-funk jam Paper Proclamation featuring Mayer Hawthorne. Piano Joint is a personal fave with its crisp percussion and piano-led melody, […]

  • Hip-Hop
  • Reppatwa – Malibu


    Another summer jam courtesy of Reppatwa’s Malibu. Last call for Malibu! Reppatwa gets wavy for this track, expected to be on his upcoming album “Until Further Notice”. This is perfect for BBQ weather as the sun sets and the drinks flow. Tipsiness may enhance the experience but please drink responsibly (if you do).

  • Electronic
  • Nomad – Found Tapes


    Bristol’s Nomad lays down his distinct foreboding sound on debut album Found Tapes. There’s something in the water in Bristol. Whatever it is, it produces the darkest emotive music I’ve ever heard: Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Kosheen, Roni Size to name a few. As a founding member of Bristol’s Bad Places indie label, Marco Stellardi […]