Unstopable Bmore club emcee TT The Artist has just released a video for the supercharged Thunderbird Juicebox and Mighty Mark remix of her track “Dig”. The original tune, produced by Snappy Jit, starts off the video which features dance crews shot on location in New Orleans, Atlanta, New York, Jersey City, Miami, Los Angeles, and, of course, Baltimore. The second half of the video pulls into top gear with Thunderbird
In 2017, starting a record label is easy. With a few keystrokes you can have a presence on Soundcloud or Bandcamp. What is much more atypical in 2017 is starting a record label that presses records. Mastering, plating, and pressing vinyl, upfront costs, and the time it takes to put a physical release together requires patience and a strong vision. Earlier this year, College Hill (a producer who has appeared
On a wonderful, muted cut from his latest album, Devout, Mr. Mitch links with Mixpak artist Palmistry on “VPN”. The heart-broken technological dread of Palmistry’s vocals meets Mr. Mitch’s hazy, half-erased digi-dancehall riddim. Your late summer nights in a time zone away from home just got soundtracked. Catch Mr. Mitch on May 19th at the DC Eagle, an event presented by L.E.N.G. and the Forward Festival.
Today’s newest grime goodness comes to you in the form of “Milk and Biscuits” via Joe Powers aka Proc Fiskal, the newest Hyperdub Records signee, hailing from Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. This is one of the cuts off his debut EP, The Highland Mob, out yesterday digitally and on vinyl, and is an absolute belter. The track starts off with a spoken word sample asking us if we would like
Blisspop covered Citizen Boy‘s “Indaba Ka Bani Besibenuza” last summer and our writing team has been discussing gqom over the last few weeks. This month, Gqom Oh! label founder Nan Kolé has a new EP on Black Acre backed by remixes by gqom acts Citizen Boy and Formation Boyz. Citizen Boy’s remix of “Malumz” has a rhythm that skips along in the darkness, a gasp keeping the beat as rolling