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Madvillain Mixtape: BeatPete – Illest Villains

Mondays just got a whole lot better with Adult Swim’s The Missing Notebook Rhymes series, releasing a new or unreleased DOOM track for 15 weeks straight. And here we are, adding another treat to the pile of doom: “Illest Villains”, a…
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MF DOOM Mix by Session Victim

German production duo Session Victim has delivered an all-MF DOOM mix, commissioned by The Vinyl Factory. Barely passing the 30-minute mark, the short yet powerful mix contains a wide array of material by the masked villain. Ranging from tracks off early…
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Download “Sadevillain 2”, MF DOOM x Sade by Seanh

After a well-received first release, UK-based producer Seanh is back with a second album mashing up masked villain DOOM with songstress Sade, “the type that you might want to wine and dine.”  It’s a seemingly odd combination (the Kiss Of Life sample…
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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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Watch: MF DOOM & Bishop Nehru are Nehruvian Doom

Two generations of hip hop prodigies come together for Nehruvian Doom. Mythical emcee/producer/supervillain MF DOOM has amazingly been working for a while on a highly anticipated project with young upstart rapper Bishop Nehru. The project has been discussed lightly around…
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Free Download: Grip Grand – GG DOOM! But How?

Producer Grip Grand pays homage to one of hip hop’s most prolific emcees, [MF] DOOM. Grip Grand went into the studio with a bunch of DOOM acapellas and tons of vinyl, resulting in this 7-track EP titled GG DOOM! But How? Melodic…
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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…