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Stream: Audessey & aCatCalledFritz – Beats Per Minute

Yesterday was the release date of a whole lotta noteworthy albums and EPs, including Damu The Fudgemunk’s Spur Momento Re-Inspired, Victim of A Modern Age by Jamall Bufford (p.k.a. Buff1), Klaus Layer’s Ist Wie Ein Kreis (It’s Like A Circle), Dâm-Funk and Snoop Dogg’s 7 Days Of…
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Video: Audessey & A Cat Called Fritz – Frequencies

Fresh. That’s the first word that comes to mind to describe this new Slice Of Spice project. Parisian beatmaker A Cat Called Fritz and emcee Audessey (of Soundsci and Mass Influence) have a collaborative debut in the works, titled Beats Per Minute, to be…
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Video Interview: Oxygen (of Soundsci)

Thursday 4th April was cold in Bristol (UK), unseasonably so, but word was there was a special little something going on that night, bringing a bit of heat to the occasion. That something was Edan and Oxygen, fresh over in…
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Stream: Soundsci – Soundsational (Preview)

Hip hop supergroup Soundsci (comprised of Johnny Cuba, Ollie Teeba, Audessey, U-George and Oxygen) has teamed up with Ubiquity Records to drop their sophomore LP called Soundsational in June. Just listen to the preview below to know why we’re in…
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Video: Soundsci – The Ultimate

Fresh visuals for the title track of Soundsci‘s new The Ultimate EP, to be released on their own imprint World Expo Records. The extended play is scheduled to drop on February 25th and will be available on vinyl as well…
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Free MP3: Soundsci – Lyrical Beatdown

“Here to remind you why you fell in love with hip hop,” Soundsci has leaked the banger “Lyrical Beatdown” from the upcoming 12″ EP titled The Ultimate, soon to be released on their own imprint World Expo. Furthermore the five-man…
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Video: Soundsci – Formula 99 (Album Megamix)

This visual album megamix gives you a good taste of Soundsci’s upcoming album ‘Formula 99′. Guest appearances on the album include John Robinson, Cadence, Ghettosocks & Jaisu. “I wrote this down in my basement, to make sure the underground vibes come through my statements. Strictly hip hop, no debatin’ it.”