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  • Kasien
    Kasien Posted by Craig D'Souza 23 Mar, 2020
  • LOVE SEPT.
    LOVE SEPT. Posted by Francesco Caccamo 03 Mar, 2020

    Love Sept. is led by four MCs each making a name in their own distinct lanes; BVDLVD has been hitting global recognition with his screamo trap and wild video edits, Hen$haw digs into London's DNA to spit drill and garage flavoured bars, 16 year old KXZARI filters melancholic melodies and a languid stoners flow through soundcloud rap aesthetics, while wildcard V. Ri has dropped

  • Frosty
    Frosty Posted by Craig D'Souza 02 Mar, 2020

    One of the most highly-anticipated and exciting names of rap in 2020, Frosty quickly came to an unexpected success following the leak of his debut track 'County Lines' on YouTube. He had the whole nation speaking his name, but not one person really knew who he was. Co-signs from the likes of Kodak Black and Fredo helped Frosty surpass five million views on an unreleased track an

  • Kneecap
    Kneecap Posted by Ed Sellers 02 Mar, 2020

    Despite only forming two years ago, the mythology of Kneecap precedes them. Banned by Irish State Broadcaster RTE. Kicked out of their own headline show in Dublin. Publicly condemned by the North of Ireland political party the DUP. And Front Page news for their UK 'Farewell to the Union' Tour poster and its "violent imagery" which featured Boris Johnson strapped to a rocket on a b

  • Culps
    Culps Posted by Craig D'Souza 25 Feb, 2020

    Hailing from South Manchester Culps is a rising artist from the city, combining a gritty rap style blended in with melodies. The rapper first got into music a young child growing up in a household surrounded by music, he boasts family as his biggest music influencers his grandfather being one of the first pioneers of steel drums in the Manchester music scene but currently his

  • Daniel Merriweather
    Daniel Merriweather Posted by Francesco Caccamo 24 Feb, 2020

    After a time away from the limelight since his last solo record, Daniel Merriweather has been working on a collection of new tracks. The first of these, 'Everything I Need' came out late last year to coincide with his residency at London's Laylow: a reintroduction to solo performance after only sporadic appearances alongside partner in crime Mark Ronson.

    Daniel followed this up

  • Kapitan
    Kapitan Posted by Laetitia Descouens 22 Feb, 2020

    The sound of the future apocalypse is coming.
    Experimenting with tempo, bending the pitch, and breaking limits.
    Kapitan is the new project by Red Axes half, Dori Sadovnik from Tel Aviv Israel.
    With thousands of studio hours as the axe, now it's time to explore a new territory of higher bpm's and more neo bio sounds.



  • KennyHoopla
    KennyHoopla Posted by Matt Bates 21 Feb, 2020

    Kenneth La'ron, known by his stage name as KennyHoopla, is a LA-based recording artist and songwriter. Born in Cleveland, he grew up absorbing a diverse variety of music, art and breakdancing; The Drums, Funeral Suits, Common and Teen Suicide are credited as some of his greatest influences. His music is intimate, thoughtful and self-labeled as "new wave nostalgia." KennyHoopla ha

  • Kwame
    Kwame Posted by Ben Winchester 19 Feb, 2020

    The suburbs of Western Sydney is a melting pot of creatives but none have managed to break the mould like 22-year-old Ghanaian-Australian producer, writer, rapper and engineer Kwame has.

    A chance meeting with A$AP Ferg confirmed the path he now treads and set the young hip-hop prodigy on a quest to empower others through music, just as he had been before. Piquing the early in

  • Destroy Boys
    Destroy Boys Posted by Ed Sellers 18 Feb, 2020
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    Formed in 2015 and carrying on the riot grrrl legacy, Destroy Boys are redefining Left Coast punk. Delivering a blistering take on teenage grind, Destroy Boys is what would happen if Blondie stumbled into a Misfits recording session. Lead singer Alexia Roditis' alternately sarcastic and wistful singing and Vi Mayugba's shredding guitar are both an homage and an evolution of all

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