Earl Sweatshirt’s ‘Some Rap Songs’ with Martin Boev of In Search of Media

Image from consequenceofsound.net Martin Boev: Depression and mental health are themes that are often explored within the depths of music but rarely is it as poignant or brutally honest as on Earl Sweatshirt’s third studio album Some Raps Songs. At 15 tracks, it spans just 25 minutes. It is a brief but heavily dense album which […]

Winter’s Hip-Hop Soundtrack – ‘Wait For Silence’ With Wun Two

Image from wuntwo.bandcamp.com The winter season of 2014 and 2015 will continue to be one of the most significant seasons of my life. Although the excitement of the Winter vacation flushed through me, the beginning was impeded with a bad ear infection. The pain not of the physical torment, but of the inability to sink […]

Mndsgn’s Musical Capacity with Body Wash

Image from mndsgn.bandcamp.com Through extraterrestrial voyages, beyond the incomprehensible, comes along the synthetic dance grooves of Parliament-Funkadelic and low-headed prancers of the night clubbers. Now that the world has been flipped upside down and shaken unfathomably once again, sounds like these are sought out and discovered. Mndsgn is a creative relic to cherish for the […]

Funk Excellence – Anderson .Paak’s ‘Oxnard’ Album

Image from xxlmag.com No other geographical reservoir in the world cultivates more sensual or saucy Funk music than the west coast, or more specifically, Los Angelos. The west coast has culled some of the most auspicious tones of Funk, Neo-Soul, and Hip-Hop throughout the twentieth and twenty-first century. During Hip-Hop’s infancy, the west coast implanted […]