Lil Uzi Vert beats the already-dead body of pop-trap to a pulp.
Tyler is formidable and confident on his new LP.
Vince Staples smashes down walls and creates a rap platter.
Chicago rapper Noname, or Fatimah Warner to her mates, (formerly known as Noname Gypsy) has had popular guest verses on projects such as Chance The Rapper’s cult… Read more “Noname – Telefone – MIXTAPE REVIEW”
Toronto Jazz-Hop band BADBADNOTGOOD have had the modern kind of fame in both the online jazz and beat cultures, where their covers of classic hip-hop beats have… Read more “BADBADNOTGOOD – IV- Album Review”
Animal Collective‘s Deakin’s solo album has been hotly anticipated by psych fans for a while now, with various live recordings and singles being shared around the internet,… Read more “Deakin- Just Am – Track Review”
Animal Collective’s 10th full-length project opens with the wonderful and energetic FloriDaDa, a single which I’ve been enjoying since it dropped late last year. However, the… Read more “Animal Collective – Painting With – Album Review”
West Coast singer and Hip-hop/ R&B artist Anderson .Paak’s second full-length album Malibu is a diverse, exciting and incredibly smooth sophomore effort, one that has generated a… Read more “Anderson .Paak – Malibu – Album Review”
Indiana MC Freddie Gibbs goes over a deservedly hard beat which has some thumping bass and some old-school snare hits along with some new-school hat-rolls. Whilst referencing… Read more “Track Review – Freddie Gibbs – Money, Cash, Hoes”
Experimental hip-hop outift Death Grips have released the first taster of upcoming album Bottomless Pit, and Hot Head is a flaming meteor of electro-punk flavoured noisey hip-hop.… Read more “TRACK REVIEW – DEATH GRIPS – HOT HEAD”