REVIEW: Iron Braydz – Verbal sWARdz

Forget about flying daggers, Verbal sWARdz are coming your way courtesy of Iron Braydz and Taytula Burke reviewed the album for Sampleface. Triple Darkness’ newest member has been digging in the crates to…


Review: Miraa May – The Beginning EP

We reviewed Miraa May’s The Beginning EP. This time ’round I’m sat in the studio listening to The Beginning: an acoustic EP from the captivating singer and guitarist, Miraa May. Jhené [Aiko] has…


Review: Matt Maddox – Righteous Fury

There’s not long to go before Righteous Fury is unleashed upon the world of hip hop in the form of Matt Maddox’s latest release. Coming four years after his solo debut, Righteous Fury…


REVIEW: Be Discovered Live At The Hospital Club

We reviewed Be Discovered Live at The Hospital Club. For the past week, all talk has been around Prince’s fantastic secret gig in Camden and rightly so. But perhaps you were one of the…


Review: Robert Glasper Experiment – Black Radio 2

We reviewed Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio 2. Considering how much of a fanboy I was of the first instalment of Black Radio, it was only fair that I reviewed the second offering…


Review: Black Milk At Scala, London

Sit back and let us transport you to Black Milk’s magical performance at Scala in London alongside live band, Nat Turner. Tonight at London’s Scala, the crowd is quietly bubbling under. An evening…


Review: Fink – Fink Meets The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

We reviewed Fink’s Fink Meets The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. You may not have heard of the name ‘Fink’ – the stage name of Cornish songwriter and DJ Fin Greenall, but the probability is…


Review: Ghostpoet – Nottingham Bodega Social (Live)

We reviewed Ghostpoet’s performance at The Bodega Social Club in Nottingham. Whilst only 2 years have passed since by Ghostpoet’s ‘Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam’ was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, it…


Review: Apex Zero – Reality Provoking Liberation

West London’s Apex Zero delivers a powerful debut this month entitled Reality Provoking Liberation. The name is clue enough that this is not a trap, ratchet or dance music offering. The 12 track…


Review: Black Milk – No Poison No Paradise

We reviewed Black Milk’s No Poison No Paradise. As a producer, what do you do when you’ve covered so many bases in style? You find new ground or you refine what you’ve already…

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