Hip Hop Reviews
It starts with a squall of riotous noise. Stripping your senses and outside influence. Naked and ready. In comes the sludge thump drums adding an anchor before MC Dälek's vocals emerge from the storm and boy has he come prepped. We are about to be taught a lesson. School is in session..
Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates trawls through the albums that are too good to be forgotten and urges you to listen to some more fine music
an incredible insight into the man now in his fifth decade of music production and mixing.
The Space Monkeys Gorilla, Manchester 14th May 2016 Middleton Alt Rock/Trip Hop five piece The Space Monkeys made a triumphant return to Manchester last night with a...
Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies 'England's Up For Sale' (Antipop Records) CD | DL Rel...
"Economic growth has been the real goal, not a healthy environment. I'm tired of this era, where our arrogant worldview has driven us far beyond the planetary boundaries."
Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.
Hurtling: Future From Here – album review ‘Simply a great album, a stunning debut and a future classic’
Album Review Hurtling - Future From Here (Onomatopoeia) CD/ DL/ LP Released 18 Oct 2019 Navigating soundscapes from...