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TIMEWARP INC. meets VIRGINYAH ft. RSN: Out Of Control

TIMEWARP INC. VIRGINYAH Out Of ControlIf it doesn’t seem like a minute since Timewarp Inc.’s last drop, maybe that’s because it hasn’t been. Nevertheless, here he is already with the follow-up, a remix of an RSN-produced track by Virginyah from the spring. As with the original and his own previous release Dubshine, Timewarp sticks with the reggae for his version of Out Of Control and is manifestly in charge of proceedings


EL MICHELS AFFAIR meets LIAM BAILEY: KingIt’s bang up-to-date ‘Bristol Sound’-influenced soul on new single, King, from the inspired pairing of NYC instrumental cinematic soul outfit El Michels Affair with the UK’s very own Liam Bailey on vocals. The track is lifted from the EMA meets Liam Bailey LP Ekundayo Inversions and only just precedes the release of that later this week. Bailey’s voice appears  almost immediately over a

JSTAR meets DJ’s CHOICE: Warrior EP

JSTAR meets DJ's CHOICE:  Warrior EPWell it had been a while since any proper bashment business had arrived on the monkey’s virtual doormat but you know how it is – nothing for ages and then two come at once. And so it is that JStar rocks up with news of a new 7″ EP entitled Warrior hot on the heels of the DJ’s Choice label’s debut release. And it’s not just a coincidence that JStar’s drop is called Warrior

BAZZA RANKS meets JAGO & DEEMAS J: Riddim Riders EP (2017) Video

Remember when Jamaican dancehall became obsessed with boom-bap beats? To be fair, it was around the time when everyone was obsessed with boom-bap beats which is to say the 90s – a sound and era celebrated in three-tracker the Riddim Riders EP from Dirty Dubsters’ Bazza Ranks and Tru Thoughts vocalists Jago and Deemas J. Oohh – does that mean three helpings of rapid-fire patois

BURGUNDY BLOOD MEETS MONGRELS: …In The Pop Wilderness (2016)

In The Pop Wilderness Burgundy Blood MongrelsIt’s underground hip-hop agogo …In The Pop Wilderness as veteran Mancunian emcee Burgundy Blood (fresh from fluffing the crowd for the Wu-Tang on the recent UK tour) meets Mongrels – a.k.a. another Brit-rap vet., Sheffield rapper Kid Acne, and Sebash of undergound 80s/90s NYC outfit New Kingdom. The pop wilderness of the title seems to be located