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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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.
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Video 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…
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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…
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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…
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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.