Devon based artist Shire Roots is on a roll and continuing to drop releases at a bewildering rate. Next up is the Devon Aerials EP which is four tracks deep. Bringing a couple of new producers to the table including Weztax, Norin Rad and James Tsoi the EP cover a lot of bases and still has that varied genre vibe.
Quick capture of Shire Roots performing alongside Bristol based producer Riffs at the Balter Festival held at Chepstow Racecourse this year. The track is the bassline heavy Valves from 2017. Check the original video below as well.
Shire Roots drops his latest banger. Oh He Can is produced by German scientist behind the boards - Dextah. Devon to Berlin on some golden era sound boom bap alive and well. Focussed more on one genre due to the backing, heavy as usual from the South West.
Flights In the Time Zone is written and produced by Shire Roots. This cross genre artist is on a bit of a roll at this time. Shire Roots' tagline is "Dope, Decent, Strong and Dedicated, Humble, Hip Hop, Fun and Educated". This perfectly sums up where Shire Roots is coming from and what he delivers via his music.
South West artist Shire Roots is back with his eclectic set of influences. Native Funk sees some Nyabinghi drums and slow harmonium produce a down beat backing over which Shire Roots gets busy, details his history and explores the opening of his third eye.
On The Planet is another bumper from South West based MC and producer Shire Roots. Mixing Hip Hop with a snapping snare and Dancehall tinged toasting this reps the original UK styles of combining Hip Hop and Reggae vibes on the same track. Niceness.