German Producer Slim The Chemist Drops An Impressive Multi-Faceted EP “Perspective” (Review)

The release of DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing in 1996, in tandem with projects from J Dilla, Nujabes, and Madlib, (amongst others in the 2000s) gave rise to the rap instrumental auteur, beat-crafters who cultivated atmospheres with their productions that stand alone from an MC’s verses. This is the environment in which a producer like Slim TheContinue reading “German Producer Slim The Chemist Drops An Impressive Multi-Faceted EP “Perspective” (Review)”

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Get To Know One Of The Most Talented, Respected, & Mysterious Producers In Chicago: Exclusive Interview With DocDaMindbenda

https://www.audiomack.com/embed/album/sulaiman/6pc-fried-hard DocDaMindbenda has been a staple in the Chicago scene for quite some time. He stays quiet, and has no desire to be in the spotlight. He loves to make music, collaborate, use dusty instrumentals, samples, and even remixes Doom. Doc has worked with the best of the best, providing beats for Lucki’s classic AlternativeContinue reading “Get To Know One Of The Most Talented, Respected, & Mysterious Producers In Chicago: Exclusive Interview With DocDaMindbenda”

ANXT – Watching Paint Dry (New EP)

ANXT is a hidden gem in the Chicago music scene. Who in their right mind would create a 17 minute project inspired by watching paint dry ? WPD is one of the most significant releases the lo fi hip hop world has ever seen, and I say that with no hyperbole. Stream of conscious barsContinue reading “ANXT – Watching Paint Dry (New EP)”

radicule. – SHAME [radicule flip.] (New Instrumental + Review)

It’s been a minute since we’ve posted an instrumental track, but I’m happy to end the streak with a new remix to Freddie Gibb’s Shame. His collaborative LP with legendary producer Madlib (titled Pinata) was my absolute favorite project of 2014, so this was a welcomed submission. If you haven’t given it a spin, I recommendContinue reading “radicule. – SHAME [radicule flip.] (New Instrumental + Review)”

Confessions: My New Found Love for Indie Hip Hop

I’ve been slacking. These are my confessions I recently wrote an article for Speedonthebeat.com giving my thoughts on the sub genre of “underground hip hop” and what I’ve been listening to recently. The album I focused on was Apollo Brown & Skyzoo’s collaborative album, ‘The Easy Truth.’ It is a dope piece of work; somethingContinue reading “Confessions: My New Found Love for Indie Hip Hop”