#NewVideo We’ve been getting ourselves more than a little excited about the upcoming Kelela album ‘Take Me Apart’ ever since the release of the track ‘LMK’ with its superb Andrew Thomas Huang video
We’ve been getting ourselves more than a little excited about the upcoming Kelela album ‘Take Me Apart’ ever since the release of the track ‘LMK’ with its superb Andrew Thomas Huang video. If you haven’t yet, check it now.
Word is that production on the new album will come from ‘Hallucinogen’ and ‘Cut 4 Me‘ collaborators Arca and Jam City.
If that means more tracks and videos like ‘A Message’ and ‘Rewind’ then we will be very, very happy.
Kelela ‘LMK’ is from the upcoming album ‘Take Me Apart’ dropping 6 October on Warp.
#NewMusic from Los Angeles, USA
Firing straight out of the 80s cannon is Cobra Man with ‘Weekend Special’.
Featuring prominently at the start of the ace skate vid ‘New Driveway’. Blending footage old and new, this is a great way to relive your youthful skateboard obsession (yes we had one).
Cobra Man ‘Weekend Special’ hits the stores 8 September on Goner Records.
#NewMusic from Clewiston, USA
Versailles the Everything is a rapper from “flawda”. Put simply her sound is the combined force of Kendrick Lamar and Erykah Badu delivered by one person. That’s pretty damn good by the way. Listen up.
Versailles the Everything ‘currently.’ is out now.
#NewMusic from Brisbane, Australia
The ability to craft soundscapes that take you away to previously unimagined lands is something that Australian producer Tabrill has by the bucketload. His latest offering ‘Lossless’ features the vocal efforts of the mononymously titled Emily. The sounds are tranquil, brushed with sweeps of beach dune wind with every element finding its own space in the mix perfectly.
Tabrill ‘Lossless’ feat. Emily is out now.
#NewVideo Once again, D Double E has delivered the Grime goods. A big beat, quality rhymes and a hype video
Once again, D Double E has delivered the Grime goods. A big beat (courtesy of Swifta Beater), quality rhymes (“Them man come like Ian Beale. Us man move like Grant and Phil”) and a hype video (see below).
It’s no fluke though, D Double E videos are always tip top. Original ideas, classic lines and D Double E just being a don. Here’s a few of our favourites.
Anyone that can blend the names of the full cast of Street Fighter into a tune is on top of their game. Well, D Double E did it on this DJ Swerve produced track. Our personal favourite “Give me the mic and let me ride the riddim, cos I spit the fire just like Dhalsim”.
Funk vibes, Swindle on production, plenty of “reem reem” and “ba da bup bup”. It’s just a day in the life of D Double E.
D Double E ‘Shenanigans’ is out now on Bluku Music.