The Find has been selected by Style of Sound as part of their Top 100 Most Influential Online Hip Hop Music Publications In The World. The #50 spot…
The Find in Berlin with some international names live on Backyard Joints’ stage: hip hop crew Kalhex from Paris, emcee Pete Flux from the USA, and German emcee/producer duo Dude&Phaeb.
‘Jazzvolution’ is our newest series seeking the very best in boundary pushing jazz and hip hop fusion. This first vinyl edition of Chapter One is just the beginning of an exploration of the integral connectivity between jazz and hip hop. Featuring FloFilz, Moods, Lex (de Kalhex), Hubert Daviz, Maloon TheBoom, amongst others.
We are very proud to unveil our new compilation series focused on progressive jazz beatstrumentals. To showcase beatmaking as both an evolution and revolution of…
Our very own podcast series, primarily focused on jazzy, soulful, and raw boom bap styles. From lesser known 90s hip hop to tracks steeped in jazz vibrations.
Our print magazines for a Dutch hip hop festival, featuring the likes of Elzhi, Public Enemy, Big K.R.I.T., Naughty By Nature, RA The Rugged Man, Damu The Fudgemunk, De La Soul (EP), amongst a bunch of Dutch artists. One hell of a lineup, right?
Along with 7 fresh new Kaligraph E beats, remixes by Handbook and Vanilla close out the release for a tasty 26-minute EP. The instrumentals are warm and full bodied soulful tracks that are perfect for summer chilling and adventures in the sunshine.
Pale Blue Dot” features Stro taking a different approach to hip hop crafting a mellow electronic tinged instrumental meshed with Mr. J’s poignant rhymes reflecting on the state of our society. The B-side remix by 20syl (of Hocus Pocus/C2C) features Canadian emcee Shad.
In affiliation with Bkkc and Dutch record label Fremdtunes we came up with an official print magazine for SEE-A-SOUND, a cross-disciplinary exhibition in Tilburg, the Netherlands. 10 musicians worked…
Japan is a calm, patient and dignified Nation and will no doubt build from the recent tsunami disaster. However, in order to do that they will need as much help as possible. It is with that in mind that A Bridge Too Far Recordings and The Find Magazine have teamed up to show financial support to the rescue and rehabilitation efforts.