Month: December 2007

Klashnekoff Performance At The Gramophone Bar 29th November

Klashnekoff Performance At The Gramophone Bar 29th November

The Gramaphone Bar was nearly at full capacity when Stylah and fellow Poisonous Poets, Tony D and Reveal walked on stage with their collection of tracks to perform. They started with a group track 'Here I Am' which got the crowd ready for the rest of the heat that the Poets were about to unleash. Stylah performed 'Snips In The Mix' though without the ever poisonous DJ Snips and the energy was accelerated.

Angel

Originaly from Nigeria, Ang£l now represents for North West London. Formerly of the Hipnotic crew, he is now going solo with his Angel Soar With Me LP and as bult to the stage where he is supporting Ludacris. Danielle caught up with Ang£l, so read on to find out more...

KC - Fracture Flows - Volume 2 CD [Transit]

KC – Fracture Flows – Volume 2 CD [Big Voice Entertainment]

The disc is full of wait-worthy surprises and experimentation with different sounds and genres that works better than many of the mainstream collabs we've seen recently from the likes of Kano and Lethal B. Including Andrew Dummett's 'Turn Around' featuring KC - with an indescribable electronica vibe to it, 'Not To Be 4gotten' featuring Daryl Bar - which has a rowdy rock feel and 'Thank U Riddem' which (thank you KC pays some dues to bangin' Bhangra.

Context MC

Context MC

U.K. hip hop is getting broader, brighter and bigger with every moment passing. Context MC is a perfect example of a new open minded generation. So naturally, I wanted to find out some more about the lad with his new release - the Dialectics EP just out...

Triple Darkness - Anathema b/w Heresy ft. Kyza CD [Higher Heights Records]

Triple Darkness – Anathema b/w Heresy ft. Kyza CD [Higher Heights Records]

Most up and coming crews around nowadays are more likely to cite T.I than Tragedy Kahdafi or Kanye West before Killah Priest as an influence, but then this isn’t most crews… Triple Darkness are the sum of two mighty parts, the first being The Heresy (Cyrus Malachi & Nasheron) and joining them to completing the trio M9ine, the underground wordsmith responsible for the one of the most gritty debut mixtapes, ‘High Fidelity’.

Shuko, The Gunna and Mick Boogie drop Brooklyn Soul

Shuko, The Gunna and Mick Boogie drop Brooklyn Soul

Hailing from Mainz, Germany (near Frankfurt), Shuko is one of Europe's top hip hop producers. Shuko's production credits range from major label to indy and include work with Keith Murray, Jedi Mind Tricks, Saigon, Immortal Technique, Bubba Sparxxx and more. Keeping his string of hits going, Foundation Media's Shuko linked up with The Gunna and Mick Boogie for Brooklyn Soul - a Jay-Z remix album using only Marvin Gaye samples and elements.

Nicolay To Release Time:Line In Early February

Nicolay To Release Time:Line In Early February

Born and raised in the Netherlands, critically acclaimed producer Nicolay has launched his own label, Nicolay Music, in partnership with Premium Blend Music Productions (GmbH). The first album release will be Time:Line, a concept album by Nicolay & Kay. The launch of Nicolay Music echoes the sentiment that the future of the music business lies in establishing and maintaining a direct artist-fan relationship.

Red

Red

First impressions count. The beginning of an album. The first beat of a live show. The first item on the shopping till... Red is good reminder of artists who do have their own minds, views and surprise surprise, songs. As he lays down the best first impression you'll ever get.

Raw Pride

Raw Pride

Raw Pride is a collective of Hiphoppas united in Milton Keynes. Members of this unique family consist of True Elements’ Kraze One, Justice, formally of PZK and True Element, USNs’ Rezon & Paranoia & JMC.