Call O’ Da Wild was a Hip-Hop duo who released a handful of memorable singles during the golden era. According to Discogs, the group consisted of Harlem rappers Barron Ricks and Angelo Campanioni, but to be honest I had no idea who or where they were from, only […]
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The 1986 animated film When The Wind Blows is a brilliant anti-nuclear movie adapted from the book of the same name by Raymond Briggs. The script is written by Briggs himself and is directed by Jimmy T. Murakami, a Japanese American animator whose relatives died in Hiroshima. The […]
Very much like the underground Hip-Hop groups I write about on this site, there’s also some Rock bands that are underexposed and underrated. Colonel Bagshot, a rock band from Liverpool are an example of this, they’re often overlooked despite writing one of the best anti-war songs of all […]
It’s been just over two years since the Flatbush Zombies released their great yet underrated debut album, so it’s about time we heard some more music from everybody’s favourite psychedelic trio. The Zombies’ sophomore album Vacation In Hell is a hefty release, following on from their previous 12-track […]
Narubi Selah, an MC originally from Trenton, New Jersey and now residing in Brooklyn, New York has been overlooked and outright ignored by the mainstream Hip-Hop community. As a playwright, a poet, and rapper, Narubi shows an obvious flair for lyricism and her two albums I Am Living […]
Pro Era Producer and MC Chuck Strangers releases his debut album Consumers Park today and I am pleased to report that it’s a fantastic listen. With a distinctly nostalgic vibe, this album is the epitome of smooth Hip-Hop with rich, full-flavoured sounds. The album is at times both […]
Bishop Nehru’s sixth release titled Elevators: Act I And II is an impressive album. Split into two halves, each segment is composed by a different producer (“Act I: Ascension” by Kaytranada and “Act II: Free Falling” by MF Doom). With a title and concept such as this, this […]