welcome to the 60s…remixed

Tag: UK


  • TYRON (SLOWTHAI)

    TYRON (SLOWTHAI)

    RELEASED 12TH FEBRUARY 2021 Favourite track: feel away This album is split into two different moods. We’ve got aggressive, intense rap music and then we’ve got slower, reflective rap – both are incredibly listenable and well-produced. I’ve only recently discovered UK artist, slowthai, with the song ‘feel away’ which I had on repeat for ages […]

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  • NO LIMBO EP (LZEE)

    NO LIMBO EP (LZEE)

    RELEASED 15TH JANUARY 2021 Favourite track: Concrete This EP has variety, edge and wavey melodies that compliment his flow well. I hadn’t heard of UK rapper, LZee but from his Spotify bio he fits into the Drill, Grime and UK rap genres (with influences of Garage). As a fan of UK rap, I was curious […]

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  • NATURAL SELECTION (JAMMER)

    NATURAL SELECTION (JAMMER)

    RELEASED 11TH DECEMBER 2020 Favourite track: Innocence This album explores the heritage of UK Grime with messages about the streets, choices, music and people. This was my first time hearing London-based producer and MC, Jammer’s music. What drew me to reviewing this album Natural Selection was definitely the cover artwork depicting what I believe to […]

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  • DREAMING WITH THE LIGHTS OFF (BE CHARLOTTE)

    DREAMING WITH THE LIGHTS OFF (BE CHARLOTTE)

    RELEASED 12TH JUNE 2020 Favourite track: Burning This EP is incredibly listenable with catchy tunes and wonderful song-writing, a real gem in the UK Pop scene. Scottish singer and song-writer, Be Charlotte, has certainly made her mark on the UK Pop scene amassing over 35,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and getting featured on editorial playlists […]

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  • THE WORST GENERATION (CHE LINGO)

    THE WORST GENERATION (CHE LINGO)

    RELEASED 23RD OCTOBER 2020 Favourite track: Make Me Free This album is honestly one of the best I’ve listened to recently. It has powerful messages, oozes creativity and every single song is crafted masterfully.   I hadn’t heard of London Hip-Hop artist, Che Lingo, until I saw his eye-catching album cover art pop up on […]

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