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DJ Qbert

DJ Qbert – Extraterrestria (Album Review)

In a brilliant strategy that’s enabled him to satisfy two different kinds of fans, Bay Area scratch legend DJ Qbert dropped two crowdfunded albums simultaneously on iTunes on July 1: the all-instrumental album Extraterrestria and GalaXXXian, a collection of radio- or club-friendly yet still unmistakably underground-sounding joints with guest features by the likes of Kool [&hellip

Klaus Layer For The People Like Us Review

Klaus Layer – For The People Like Us (Album Review)

Germany’s Klaus Layer releases his second full length LP on Redefinition Records… Continue Reading

The Difference Machine Clocks EP Review

The Difference Machine – Clocks (EP Review)

The Difference Machine is Atlanta’s DT on the mic and Dr. Conspiracy on the beats. Clocks is their latest release; an EP following their debut LP of last year, The Psychedelic Sounds Of The Difference Machine. Continue Reading

Taraach One Two Review

Ta’Raach – One Two (EP Review)

Inventiveness. Originality. These are two important things in any creative medium. Alas, we, as consumers, are rarely treated to works that are imbued with those qualities. We plod along listening to the same old, same old. If you’re anything like me you’ll often find yourself thirsting for something to come along and sonically slap you [&hellip

FDR Fear Of Death

FDR – Fear Of Death and the Need for Reproduction (EP Review)

I had to listen to FDR’s new EP a few times before I finally clocked who it reminded me of. I’m not saying that it’s overly derivative or openly plagiaristic but my mind has filed it alongside Buck 65 and Sage Francis. It’s not that MC’s Godforbid and Thirtyseven sound the same as the aforementioned [&hellip


Pharoahe Monch – P.T.S.D. (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) (Album Review)

If you were a hip-hop head in the “golden age”, you grew up with Organized Konfusion, even if it took time for you to realize it.  Their eponymous first album was given a slew of “perfect” ratings, along with the dubious honor of being a “future cult classic”.  Being underrated is a double-edged sword, of [&hellip

Carpet Patrol Suff Daddy

Suff Daddy & Torky Tork – Carpet Patrol (Album Review)

It’s with great interest that I receive the news of a new Suff Daddy project. I’ve been following him for some time now and have thoroughly enjoyed his progress as a producer. He’s a busy guy. It doesn’t seem so long ago that I was listening to the Betty Ford Boys album (another of Suff [&hellip

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