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Blossom is a Celebration of the Underappreciated

Blossom is a Celebration of the Underappreciated

The fantastic debut of Melle Brown has a looming heart underneath all the tracks with many collaborators! Instrumental or with vocals, Bloom celebrates the alternative, under appreciated and breathes new life into them.

From her interview with Gal-dem magazine (which rings superbly truthful) – “I’ve put a lot of thought into melodies, chords and textures in each track; I’d love it to be the go-to EP when people want a balance between reflective, easy listening and turn up mode.”
Blossom doesn’t feel like an debut but rather a seasoned sophomore or a later project in someone’s career arc.
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Melle_Brown Premieres ‘So Into You’ from Blossom

Melle_Brown Premieres ‘So Into You’ from Blossom

The UK being a melting pot is nothing new at all. But it’s what each generation of artists do with the melting pot that make it new. Grime reverse vacuums from Garage, Garage reverse vacuums from the space of jungle music.…

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4 Great Songs You Missed Out On In February

I’m not too much of a covers person especially if the original song is something I like alot just the way it is. But there’s something to be said about the poise and calmness of this cover. Angelic vocal runs, silky inflections, savagery courtesy of the original, Tess makes a rendition that feels singular with wings of it’s own.

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MisterrCha’s Favourite Songs of 2016

MisterrCha’s Favourite Songs of 2016

This was well overdue. The only rule for myself was 1 track per album so I didn’t end up just listing proper album tracklistings. (it’s easy to do that). This was difficult, I have to make several revision to the list swapping things in, taking out so forth but this is where it shall stay. Hopefully you discover some new music (or you can smile that a song you like is here). Enjoy!

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How Steve Reich’s Work Taught Me Patience and Disclipine

How Steve Reich’s Work Taught Me Patience and Disclipine

Imagine this, you’re stuck in traffic. You’re desperate to get ahead with your journey but your bus goes the long way and makes loads of inconvenient stops which gradually irritate you. All you want is A to B. That’s a metaphor for how I’d imagine someone would feel listen to some of Steve Reich’s music for the first time.…

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Hamorabi x Saligo Feed Us Thought on ‘777’

Lyrics explicit, notions deeper than the oceans. Words that plague for a hook. Hamorabi and Saligo set the stage up for a look. Fierce production by Hamorabi (with co production with Saligo) and with crunchy drums and chopped flute and string sections are the backdrop for the eased, charismatic vocals of Haromabi.…

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PREMIERE: MisterrCha’s Instrumental Hip Hop Mix

PREMIERE: MisterrCha’s Instrumental Hip Hop Mix

Did a funky 20 minute mix of all my various hip hop influences. This is quite close to an actual DJ set I would play. Tracks ranging from tkdwn, Hudson Mohawke, Flying Lotus, Mura Musa, James Blake and more. This was a blast to play as I learn along the way.…

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After kicking it with Millyz last week, Broke Niggas Frontin’ returns with episode 13 of their podcast where they sit down with Mr. Fritz and DJ Papadon to talk about whether or not successful people should get married, how much money can influence a relationship, whether or not they’d give back an engagement ring, and much more.…

Fjer graces us with ‘Her Turn’

Fjer graces us with ‘Her Turn’

I’ve been watching the trails of wonderful Danish singer Fjer for a while, from covers and EP’s, evolving artistically with each progressive leap. Her Turn makes another new chapter in Fjer’s catalog.

Over skittering hazy production from Lennart Rasmussen that marries cloud rap background with melodies that smile pop accessibility, Her Turn is a great triumph.…

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