We’re back again with our weekly selection of free downloads! This time free podcasts and mixes, an album consisting of Amy Winehouse, previews of upcoming albums, some goodness from our inbox and much more interesting music. Enjoy!
We skipped one last week due to holidays and a busy schedule, but this time we are back with a brand new track! We decided to treat you with a good instrumental track.
Teekay of Dragon Fli Empire recently released a solo EP called ‘Sunrise Soirée EP’. The Calgary-based emcee designed the EP as a soundtrack for mellow, moody nights.
Matt Andres is an artist from Canada with a unique style and a truly impressive portfolio. Next to that he’s going to make art for Damu The Fudgemunk, Redefinition Records and The Find Magazine this year. You might know him of the cover art he did for Issue Two, and if not: get familiar with his work as soon as possible! By reading this interview, for example.
Another edition of videos we selected for you throughout the weeks! Live performances, an artist profile, official videos, interviews and much more!
In collaboration with the Swedish collective Random Bastards, we bring you another contest! This time you can win a physical copy of Random Bastards’ brand new DVD ‘6X’.
Mykestro is an emcee who is dedicated to the actual craft of emceeing. Mykestro, a versatile emcee, continues to lay out a rap manual by presenting passionate music that exudes a various range of emotions. This accomplished emcee presents quality music as opposed to putting out a lot of music (“Quality over Quantity”). This interview provides a detailed description of the West Coast, the philosophies behind his projects and his influences.
The first selection of downloads in 2010! 2009 was a great year for music, can’t wait to hear what 2010 has in store. Here’s a new edition of downloads, with remixes, free mixtapes, new tracks and more goodness!
One of the better things that’s kept me busy is throwing an event called “Yule Prog”. I’ve been doing it for 3 years now. Organizing it is a beast. Let’s start at the beginning. In 2007, I wanted to throw a show- pretty simple. I ended up getting a date close to the holidays, so I decided to make it Holiday themed. I came up with “Yule Prog”. I wanted to create a show that featured the best of NYC’s Progressive Hip Hop scene.
On behalf of our whole crew: the best wishes and have a great 2010! This year was great, not only for music in general but also for The Find Magazine. We would like to thank every single one of you for the support, love, visits or effort: no matter in what way you are related to us, we’re very grateful!