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Album Review: Blueprint - Vigilante Genesis


How suitable that we’d close out May with a review of a new Blueprint project. Blueprint, of course, was our featured artist at the start of the month… 497 more words


Bring It Back by Sam Brown ft 600 Lee|Music Mondays redux

“Bring it back”, by Sam Brown feat. 600 Lee, mixes in the old school and new school in a surprisingly fresh way. Both of the artists on the track play to their strengths filling in the verses and choruses with some head bopping rhythm and flow that doesn’t get tired with multiple listens, and yes i’ve listened to this song at least 5 times before even thinking about a review for it and was entranced each time.

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KashJordan (of Weirdo) Interview on Hip-Hop, Experimentation, and Social Expectations

by Dustin

The hip-hop collective Weirdo might not be a household name just yet, but they’ve got massive ambitions. KashJordan, a founding member of the experimental “punk-trap” group, took the time to speak with us about these goals, his views on the changing landscape of hip-hop, and the social expectations that limit progression. 1,107 more words


Artist of the Month: Blueprint

by Dustin

It’s time to have that startling realization that it is already May. What a lovely month. It’s finally warm enough to wear shorts without looking as if you’ve got no social awareness, but it isn’t hot enough to be drenched in sweat five minutes into your commute to work. 662 more words


Album Review: Mr. Lif - Don't Look Down

by Dustin


Mr. Lif, one of the earliest members of the now defunct Definitive Jux record label, has been on somewhat of a hiatus… His last solo release came way back in 2009, but the time is finally right for his return to hip-hop. 545 more words


Album Review: Flatbush Zombies – 3001: A Laced Odyssey

by Dustin


This review is late. So very late. It would have felt wrong to ignore this album, though, so here we go…

3001: A Laced Odyssey… 798 more words


DP$ by JustinnWavvez |Music Mondays (indie)

For todays music Monday, I wanted to shed light on this indie artist whose music video was sent to me. DP$ was a wonderfully shot video that not only looks good aesthetically but feels quite immersive with the lyric effects throughout the video.

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