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Dagmxy – ASA

Here’s a dope release from Dagmxy, the umbrella moniker for a hattrick of producers (Doc Mastermind, Go Yama and axion117) coming to you via Expansions Collective. ASA is an exploration of electronic, future hip-hop, a series exquisitely produced space-age instrumentals, packed full of vibes, synths, samples and snares. It’s almost surprising that a three-way collaborative effort can come out so cohesive, but it works really well and is a really interesting LP. You can purchase digitally and on cassette as well!

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Diabolic – Suffolk’s Most Wanted feat. RA the Rugged Man

Diabolic‘s second single from his upcoming album Fightin Words is an upbeat animated soundscape aptly called ‘Suffolk’s Most Wanted’. The man blessed us earlier with a gloomy DJ Premier banger but on this he employs the indelible German production outfit The Snowgoons and the verbal assist of his LI compadre RA The Rugged Man.

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WIB Rap Radio – Flowtilla Interview (Lee Reed & Mother Tareka)

Flowtilla is a new super-group composed of Hamilton hip-hop veterans Lee Reed and Mother Tareka.

Their music will surely get your head nodding and your brain thinking.

I caught up with them at the end of the summer and we had a great discussion about politics, voting, the power of voice and action, lyrics, and much, much more.

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K-Def – Tape One (Album Review)

K-Def, a New Jersey native, spent a substantial amount of time in New York during the “Golden Era”, immersing himself with the culture, the clubs, and then hitting the records stores in both cities for sample fodder. The result was many of the beats featured on this cassette; his résumé to Marley Marl fused on a spool of magnetic tape, a résumé that subsequently landed him a gig at Marley’s House of Hits. The rest is history as you know it.

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Hobo Truffles – Ode To Delia

I stumbled upon this dope compilation, released in July, from German label/collective Hobo Truffles. It’s a concept release as part of an Ode To… series, and this (their second) is an Ode To Delia. They explain this better below, but essentially it’s a dedication to Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonics Workshop from the 1950s which helped lay down the fundamentals of sampling as well as having a more general influence on electronic music. Anyway, as a sweetly ironic consequence of the Radiophonics Workshop’s experimental nature, Ode To Delia is full of futuristic beats, and features some dope names like bluestaeb, Robot Orchestra and Melodiesinfonie, who in my opinion has..

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Loop Snatchers – What The Night Will Bring feat. Blu & Nieve

New French Hip Hop duo Loop Snatchers release their new track ‘What The Night Will Bring’ featuring Blu & Nieve. Their self-titled album will coming out at the end of the year and other MCs that will feature include Akua Naru, Raashan Ahmad, Hydroponikz, The 49ers , Junoflo, Racecar, Skanks from The Bankai Fam and Cash Billz. If you like this track, you can get it on Soundcloud. Stay tuned for more tracks coming out!

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Cavalier – Watch and Learn prod. BMB Spacekid

The visuals for Cavalier’s ‘Watch and Learn’ takes the viewer through the vista of an unfortunate kid who experiences life in a trap house. Stuck with his single drug dealing father, the kid’s existence is inconsequential to the “adults” surrounding him. The scene that hit me was where the kid was trying to fix himself some food and burnt his finger, and the only thing this lady who witnessed it all did was proceed to light her bud with the flames from the cooker (that’s some deep ish right there).

I won’t give away the plot so I hope..

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