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Lone Catalysts – Different Cities (Free Download)

Remember the days of roaming around the blogosphere? The days of endlessly downloading music via services like Rapidshare (R.I.P.) or What.CD (R.I.P.)? The days of sharing hip hop on message boards or in a tiny chat box on a Blogspot-blog? Well,…
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Guest Mix: Jim Sharp – All 45’s Mixtape

We got introduced to DJ/producer Jim Sharp (London, UK) through his incredible ATCQ Midnight Marauders Revisited EP, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the Tribe classic earlier this month. Inviting him for a new The Find guest mix was a…
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Free Mix: Skor 72 – Sunday Sessions (Nº161)

Sundays are excellent for endless music sessions. Whether it’s actively digging for new gems or passively listening to a mix as a soundtrack to your laziness; ain’t no Sunday without some music. DJ, graffiti artist and hip hop aficionado Skor 72 from Erfurt (Germany) curates weekly…
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Video: Liquid Crystal Project – Stakes Still High

We think you know what to expect by only reading the track title ‘Stakes Still High’. Indeed, this is a tribute to De La Soul by J. Rawls’ Liquid Crystal Project, accompanied by emcees P Blackk and LefortheUncool. Already shared…
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Interview: ParanormL

Get an emcee with an eccentric flow to work with an established producer, add a little flavour of Jazz and there you have it: a great combination. ParanormL and J. Rawls are exactly like that. While touring through Japan, the emcee and producer decided to collaborate, resulting in the recently released ‘P&J Project’ album. We hooked up with ParanormL to talk about music, working with J. Rawls, future collaborations, Japan, bootlegging and much more. “P&J coming together like hi-hats.”
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ParanormL & J. Rawls – P&J Project Mixtape (Presented by The Find)

A few years back J. Rawls and ParanormL met in Japan and they made the excellent choice to collaborate, with this mixtape as first official result. On the mixtape you hear some tracks off the upcoming ‘P&J Project’ album, some remakes of classics, collaborations and songs you might’ve heard before. The mixtape is hosted by J. Rawls and we guarantee serious dopeness through your speakers when you download this.