“You Ever See An Acapella Get Beat Up?” is the first collaborative effort by Chocolate Milk and Young Monk. It’s a collection of mash-ups of material by independent…
Producer L’Orange has developed an idiosyncratic style far away from regular hip hop and even veering wide of most instrumental releases. His albums are composed of jazz samples, instrumental and vocal, and New School drum sounds.
Keith ‘FreshNerd’ Mitchell stands out amongst the waves of free-release beat makers. He is phenomenally productive and remarkably idiosyncratic; the restricted use of samples, tongue-in-cheek artwork and inexplicably capitalized track titles are all
DJ Adlib’s new album ‘Haus & Garten’ is an impressive mix of bass heavy vibes, sparse percussion and big name guest spots. This is not merely a beat tape, though. This sixth edition of Melting Music Pot’s ‘Hi-Hat Club’ series stands up as an instrumental album worthy of serious attention. Repeated listens are essential.
No, Nicholas Kopernicus is not a pasty white Olympic hockey player, nor is he a future, never heard before 7 foot Polish center being looked at for next year’s NBA draft. Surprisingly, Nicholas Kopernicus is a instrumental duo that consists of Producer/Pianist/Songwriter Jason “classicbeatz” Minnis and Guitarist/Songwriter Seon Gomez (Yes, he was also a Polish astronomer).