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Converse’s Chuck II: Ready For More

Here at The Find we’re all about classics. From golden era releases back when New York ruled hip hop, to jazz hop sampling originals you could find in your parents’ record collection, to obscure indie releases we consider to be…
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Interview: Bishop Nehru

For the past few years, the New York hip hop scene has been dominated by crews. Still, while A$AP Mob, Pro Era and Flatbush Zombies have been making a name for themselves as collectives, Bishop Nehru, a Rockland County (NY)…
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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 laid-back rap to experimental bands. From Stones Throw alumnus Pyramid Vritra, to summer jams by Young & Sick, to arty eighties vibes by Connan Mockasin.
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Dust Hunters #1: Heavy Soul Brutha

Dust Hunters dives into the record libraries of noteworthy collectors to unveil their favourite gems.  Crate digging is an obsessive and never-ending quest for dope sounds pressed onto little plastic discs. First up in this series of personal vinyl features…
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Review: Melanin 9 – Magna Carta

Funereal and moody, with a conscious approach to street-level topics wrapped in sharp and eloquent wordplay, UK emcee Melanin 9‘s official debut album, Magna Carta, delivers a mature and serious sound. Inspired by the golden era of hip hop and…
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Review: DOOM at Village Underground (London)

Though London puts on enviable amounts of hip hop, it’s almost always in the standard rock-gig format – two or three support acts and then the headliner, all finishing by about midnight. For DOOM‘s latest appearance in London, Soundcrash decided to…
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Review: Kid Sundance – Kid’s Colors

From Eindhoven, the Netherlands, dj, producer, co-founder of The Boomoperators, Kid Sundance surprised many hip hop fans over the years with his collaborations with the likes of Dudley Perkins, Busy Bee and remixing Ennio Morricone. Now, years later, Kid Sundance finally felt…