“Just days after his latest solo album Terror Australis went straight to number one in the Bandcamp Underground Hip Hop charts, selling out on vinyl almost immediately, Sinks announced his collaborative EP with Joe Snow, Fresh Pastries.”
“This vinyl should have been released back in April as our contribution to Record Store Day. Due to the global pandemic #RSD20 was postponed and later on the whole concept for this year was changed. We dicided to release the record now.”
“Nearly eight years after he coined the phrase ‘SIX ONNA 7‘ for the first volume of his innovative fortyFive sub-series (which has gone on to have a life of its own with other artists releasing their own volumes), Gregory ‘Tha Silent Partner’ Davis returns with Volume 8, this time closing it out with a THANK YOU to those heroes in the medical field without whom the world would be in much more dire straits. Download and enjoy.”
“Here we have the great new album by Tha Silent Partner… BOXLUNCH: Sweet Nectars, Creampies And, A Napkin To Wipe Your Mouth With. Thirteen tasty new joints for you dirty, dirty pervs to bump loud. Dope music… don’t overeat. However, we know you will…”
“Let me tell you… Cheese N Pot-C sure took the title of their latest EP, Down To The Wire, to heart! You see, cheese reached out yesterday after having realized that Pot-C had forgotten to send it as originally planned. He was hoping that we could get the new EP released sometime this week. I said I’d see what I could do… if I could, I’d release it today… if not, it would happen Friday. Well here we are, just in time for your New Years Eve celebrations. Five versions of a dope new joint with production and lyrical duties held down by Cheese N Pot-C, cheese, CM aka Creative, Donnie Ozone, 34 Pro, Timezone LaFontaine, Ocho, Highout, Pot-C, C-Doc, Cee da 76er and Bigga Thomas! ”
“A collection of unofficial remixes, really just fun shit to throw out there.
As more of a bar DJ than a club DJ, joints like these can come in real handy, as I myself find that I wanna drop some heavy shit – but know well by the crowd that it’s not gonna go down well. So often a funky soulful take on some classic bangers can be a nice compromise.
So – here’s some of mine, may your dance-floors be vibrant, peace out.”
“With Gravel King, A.Moss opts to keep things laser focused… six tracks… nothing more. He does the same thematically, every song feels like it belongs with the next. He paints a picture of who he is and where he comes from like so few successfully do.”