Category Archives: Review

Frameworks / Ain’t No Use b/w Classic (feat. QnC)


How’s your neck?

A bit stiff?

Try this…

Anything?

No?

What about this?

Still not feeling limber?

Right, it’s time to roll out the big guns. Frameworks new joint should do it …

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Mash and Munkee / We Like It Like That


From the phat horns and b-boy friendly break of the opening track, Here We Come, you can tell that the debut Mash & Munkee album, We Like It Like That, is going to be a ripsnorter.

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Booty Fruit / Dubplate Bullets Vol. 1


Though you might not be able to tell if you look out your window, it’s allegedly BBQ season, and this, as all things in life needs a soundtrack. Stepping up to the plate to give you all you need to make that Jerk Chicken all the sweeter are the boys from Booty Fruit, with their first volume of Dubplate Bullets

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Rackabeat & Bar-Low / Drop-Bear b/w Lovers Rock


Given my recent trip to Oz, I’ve developed a fear of the Drop Bear.

What with all of the locals over there warning me about them, I spent large amounts of time lying in the gutters of Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney outside bars and hostelries, looking up into the trees to try and spot the little critters before they savaged me.

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Jesse Futerman – Fuse The Witches


Though this blog sometimes seems to fixate upon the biggest and bounciest of Ghetto breaks and hip-hop, there is a softer, gentler, more cuddly side to your humble blogger, and the new Jesse Futerman EP is definitely appealing to it.

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The Bastard Sunz present The Waiting for ‘Tilla EP


The Bastards are baaaaaack

After the critical success of Le Discotheque Martydom and it’s associated remix album, Le Discotheque Remixicon, both certified Tin for selling half a dozen copies, the Bastard Sunz, Bristols most deliberately offensive hip hop crew had gone a little quiet. Rumour had it that their lyrical driving force, the one known as B’Tilla the Cunt had disappeared, leaving the boys in the lurch …
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Ave Blaste & Lopez – Yesterday’s Games/NTA


First review for a while but as it’s new beats from the Keep Up! boys – Yay!
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