The Find Magazine is a global collective of music lovers dedicated to promoting the diffusion of hip hop with jazz, funk, soul, and related genres. We are inspired by the culture of ‘crate digging’ and thus constantly scour the dusty corners of record shops and outskirts of the internet to find the best music and artistry for you. We hold the aesthetics of hip hop culture in high regard.
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Read: Red Light Radio Digital Magazine

Read: Red Light Radio Digital Magazine

It's no secret that here at The Find we love magazines. We have released three printed magazines, and we're still dedicated to print as a beautiful, aesthetic medium. Sounds familiar to all you vinyl lovers out there, right? Open the digital magazine and discover all kinds of music, varying from Read more » ...
Interview: Says Who? & DJ Vindictiv (+ Track Premiere)

Interview: Says Who? & DJ Vindictiv (+ Track Premiere)

Says Who? and DJ Vindictiv got their first full album coming up, which will see their usual ingredients of hip hop, soul and jazz blended with raw electronics, crazy tempos and more experimental sounds. Time for a conversation with the Dutch artists. On how jazz musicians set a good example for everyone, Read more » ...
Interview: InDepth

Interview: InDepth

Progression is vital for InDepth. The hip hop duo from the Netherlands always strives to reinvent itself. Their latest effort, Higher Value? When Hiphop Becomes More Restricted, is one big playful experiment. Carefully crafted leftfield productions and abstract rhymes, by two passionate underground hip hop veterans with an inherent love for DIY culture. Read more » ...
Interview: Lex (of Kalhex)

Interview: Lex (of Kalhex)

Over the past two years, French trio Kalhex and their indie label Akromégalie Records have become one of our favourite outlets for jazz-infused hip hop and limited release vinyl records. The small but impressive catalog of Akromegalie releases features the works of Kalhex members Lex, Parental, and Le Makizar, as well Read more » ...
Interview: Dr. Zygote

Interview: Dr. Zygote

Dr. Zygote is someone I believe we can all learn from. Producing and experimenting with music is not new to Dr. Zygote, who has put out numerous projects featuring names such as Kashmere, Verb T, Sundragon a.k.a. Supa T and Lewis Parker. Not forgetting being part of UK hip hop Read more » ...
Interview: P.R

Interview: P.R

Nearly 8,000 kilometers South of Tokyo, Sydney-based producer P.R has been molding a strong musical persona influenced by the wake of the legendary Nujabes. Just over a year ago he released his Introspection EP with Cult Classic Records and has just dropped a follow up EP titled Moment In Time. Both Read more » ...
Interview: Finsta (of Finsta & Bundy)

Interview: Finsta (of Finsta & Bundy)

Finsta Bundy is the kind of music that everyone should hear, but the kind of music you also want to stay underground, you have to dig harder to be able to listen to this kind of stuff. That's usually the best kind. Read more »
Interview: Oxygen (of Soundsci)

Interview: Oxygen (of Soundsci)

Thursday 4th April was cold in Bristol (UK), unseasonably so, but word was there was a special little something going on that night, bringing a bit of heat to the occasion. That something was Edan and Oxygen, fresh over in the UK for only a few dates together, including this Read more » ...
Interview: BRZZVLL

Interview: BRZZVLL

BRZZVLL keeps on tripping. Polemicals, the new album by the Belgian band on Melting Pot Music, takes their psychedelic jazz groove to a next level. It is still hard to find the right box for BRZZVLL, but it can be described as a blend of jazz, funk, afro and electronica. Jazz is the Read more » ...
Interview: Trek Life

Interview: Trek Life

Emcee Trek Life recently dropped his third full-length album on Mello Music Group, titled Hometown Foreigner. It represents the ideology of being "so close, yet so far"  and the feeling of "not quite fitting in" though you're not a stranger. As a man and an artist Trek Life's more recent life experiences have been Read more » ...
Interview: J-Zone

Interview: J-Zone

J-Zone is an encyclopaedia of musical knowledge. He didn’t quite make it to that top spot, but just maybe that’s what makes him that little more engaging and real, it’s always good if you can relate to an artist. Read more »
Interview: The Last Skeptik

Interview: The Last Skeptik

As wonderful as the world that we inhabit and the people within it are, both at times can feel intensely perplexing and hard to navigate. In those moments when humanity confuses you, often there is something much easier to understand about art, specifically music, and the way that it reassuringly Read more » ...
Interview: Blu

Interview: Blu

Blu, the emcee/producer with, according to himself, "one of the most colorful catalogues" in hip hop. An interview on how an LP represents his life, on his drive to speak up, and on his upcoming record with Bombay, which will be “presented with the same classic approach as 'Below The Read more » ...
Interview: Catching Flies

Interview: Catching Flies

Catching Flies is an enigmatic UK musician whose empyreal beats have enraptured and intrigued the hearts and minds of many around the world. With The Stars EP release and various remixes, his music has come to occupy a distinct area of the beat movement, floating aimlessly in the spaces between artists Read more » ...
Interview: Maloon TheBoom

Interview: Maloon TheBoom

People often talk about breaking the shackles of modern popular rap to create thoughtful and evocative music. However, this isn't really true in most cases. Independent artists don't need to break free from modern pop rap, it just simply isn't a factor that influences them. Read more »
Interview: Amerigo Gazaway (of Gummy Soul)

Interview: Amerigo Gazaway (of Gummy Soul)

In 2011, Nashville-based DJ Amerigo Gazaway released his second mixtape – Fela Soul. The nine track project blended the sounds of Afro-beat legend Fela Kuti and Golden Age hip hop group De La Soul to create an internet sensation, as Gazaway used the past to propel him forward. On the Read more » ...
Interview: Lord Finesse

Interview: Lord Finesse

A lot can happen in seven years, and it's crazy to think it's been that long since Lord Finesse last embraced our European shores. Coming as part of his "Here I Come" European tour and joined by fellow hip hop veteran DJ Boogie Blind Read more »
Interview: The Herbaliser

Interview: The Herbaliser

The Herbaliser is one of UK hip hop's architectural and building forces. In the 17 years since their debut disc Remedies was released, the duo of Jake Wherry and Ollie Teeba have broken out from "trip-hop" box they were first lumped into in the early 90's and forged an idiosyncratic sound; a Read more » ...
Interview: Pumpkin

Interview: Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a female emcee from France and one-half of Mentalow Music together with her producing partner Vin'S da Cuero. Her new EP titled 'Silence Radio' is a contemporary boom bap gumbo expertly seasoned to knock out Soul Food connoisseurs of all cuts. Read more »
Interview: Photographer Dan Monick

Interview: Photographer Dan Monick

L.A.-based photographer Dan Monick has a busy schedule. He is constantly capturing the moment. He spent fourteen years touring and photographing Atmosphere and the Rhymesayers crew. Resulting in Se7en Years with Atmosphere and Rhymesayers; a collection of raw yet genuine photographs of underground hip hop's favorite personalities. Fortunately, Dan agreed to Read more » ...
Interview: Outerattik

Interview: Outerattik

Outerattik is a UK-based freestyle downtempo/acid jazz project by keyboardist and composer Jamie Smith. It's a fusion of jazz and funk with elements of downtempo, trip hop and glo-fi, resulting in melodic grooves. The Find sits down with him to talk about jazz music, the way he's influenced by hip Read more » ...
Interview: Kid Sundance

Interview: Kid Sundance

Co-founder of the Boomoperators, one half of R&R Grooove Xpress, producer and dj Kid Sundance goes back for more than 20 years. His music is being played by the likes of Gilles Peterson and Bobbito. His remixes for Ennio Morricone, Frank-N-Dank, Mo&Grazz and the collaborations with Dudley Perkins, X-Plastaz and Read more » ...
Interview: Chazz Shabazz

Interview: Chazz Shabazz

The young Bay Area rapper Chazz Shabazz is refreshingly unassuming, and alarmingly assured. One half of the duo F.M. with C-Lew, Chazz possesses an honest and firm belief in his artistry without the flashy insincerity of so much swagged-out music these days. Rhyming at events alongside the likes of West Read more » ...
Interview: Taylor Whitelow

Interview: Taylor Whitelow

Bursting forth from the confining shackles of modern commercial hip hop, Voir Dire’s Taylor Whitelow releases ArmsRace. The album is his musical manifesto of geo politics, financial upheaval, mental health awareness, as well as a critique of the current state of hip hop. Read more »