Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn – Coconuts

Transmitting introspective lyricism and cross-firing it with an archetypical British rap disposition, Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn are resiliently honest in their latest, laid-back release, ‘Coconuts’.  Opening with the sweet sounds of the sea and birdcall, the simple percussive beat then kicks in…

Franko Fraize – Let It Go Ft. Tone

Timed to perfection for sun-filled days and feel good vibes, Franko Fraize releases the second single taken from his forthcoming ‘Lights and Colour’ EP, due for release this Autumn, in the shape of the nostalgic dance inspired ‘Let It Go’…

67 – She Wants

Resilient by nature and formidable by name, 67 has shifted the landscape of UK drill and they are set to cause a further eruption with their upcoming mixtape project ‘The 6’. Gaining major recognition as the original UK Drillaz, the Brixton Hill…

Austel – debut EP ‘Unfold’

A contemplative, wistful reflection of modern life, ‘Unfold’ conceives five songs that traverse the pains of leaving safe places and seeking out the unknown. It documents the disintegration of a long-term relationship and subsequent struggles with identity and emotional turmoil. However, at…

Ocean Wisdom – Ting Dun

After jumping in to the epicentre of the UK rap scene with the release of his independent Top 40 album Wizville and the huge lead single ‘Revvin’ featuring Dizzee Rascal, Ocean Wisdom is back with the visuals for another huge album joint ‘Ting Dun’ featuring Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man. Sewn…

Young Spray Ft Frass – Asbestos

Brutally honest and inherently confident are expected lyrical traits from the rap master that is Young Spray but consistent with his recent matured and defined sound that has come to rise, he releases the Caribbean soaked, emotive gem ‘Asbestos’ featuring Frass. With a reputation that…

Matilda Eyre – FYA

Matilda Eyre’s first solo output into the world is a bold one. As she herself describes, the core is eerie indie-pop, but more than moving shadows, suspense and catchy hooks, Eyre uses her music as a vessel to speak about…