Yep, as nice as it looks on paper and a good indication of what to expect from the pair's looming EP, How To Tame Lions.
You don't often hear a grimester sound like they're struggling to catch up with a beat, but Maxsta has his work cut out for himself here. Still, it's no less catchy for it and dude's "old school like Cilla Black". T'ra.
An aching horn loop from Canis Major and possibly the most nihilistic singsongy hook committed to record make for a potent mix in this single from Confz. An album's in the offing but you won't find What's The Point? on it.
Ten years ago to this very day(ish), Akira The Don recorded The First Day Of Spring. The angel-haired screwball would go on to land a deal with Interscope only to be summarily dropped for recording a song called Thanks For All The Aids baiting Catholics and Bob Geldof. Simpler times.
To mark the early song's tenth anniversary, and as we pass on to spring, here is a reworking. What appears to be Akira's ultimate album, ATDRIP, is on its way.
Disclosure already proved they can transpose their production skills to the hip hop world with You Stressin'. But if you missed this collaboration between the Redhill house maestros and boom bap wunderkind Bishop Nehru, then here's the animated video for you.
Well this is a turn out for the books. After wooing the press and audiences alike with his EP Songs To Break Up To last year, Aussie producer Ta-Ku has united with Essa for this cut off his upcoming album, The Misadventures Of A Middle Man.
And with names such as Waajeed, fLako, Eric Lau and Budgie contributing to the project, you can bet it won't be British rap by the numbers.
Whether you push a Benz, Beamer or Volkswagen Beatle. Meridian Dan calls on some star guests for the remix to his homage to mittelstand auto engineering.
Tomorrow sees the release of a transatlantic gospel-inspired collaboration between Alchemist and Budgie. Features on the mostly instrumental project include Prodigy, Marci, Bronsolini and Blu to name a few. Make it snappy, the run's limited to 1,000.
You know the drill by now. After canning his album Snakes & Ladders to start from scratch, Wiley has decided to give away new music, some of which you may have already heard floating around the ether.