Serving The Hip-Hop Calling with Devaloop’s ‘From The Bits To The Cosmos’

Image from radiojuicy.bandcamp.com German label Radio Juicy is a progenitor of demanded music. The calling for older music modified into the modern music outline is steadily increasing. This demand will only thwart once the era shifts again, releasing another heap of nature-defying subcultures. For now, many listeners want to escape to the familiar. The need […]

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Trill Perfection With DJ Smokey

Image from daily.bandcamp.com Trill music is steadily being affixed into Rap’s pervasive fabric all over the internet and the media. The genre isn’t stampeding through the winds by any means. Since the days of Three 6 Mafia, it crept beneath the earth, popping its head out once in a while. Now that Rap music birthed […]

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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 […]

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The Singles Keep On Coming

Image from paris_monster’s Facebook Page Written by Ljubinko Zivkovic Around late November and early December is the season when the album releases quite down, but the singles keep on coming. So, here is a batch of some interesting releases that do not necessarily hit the top of the review lists, but possibly should… 1). Adam […]

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