Biting bars wreathed in poignant murk.
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Doomcore heightened, rage sharpened.
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The kind of uniquely powerful record that leaves you with the sense that the artist is laying everything bare for all to see.
Video Premiere: Human Head – No One Lives Here Yet
The solo project of Joshua Jones, Human Head is hip-hop at its most intimate, exploring themes of identity, living below the poverty line, alcohol abuse and mental health.
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Deeply personal stories and a smart production make this one of the best hip-hop albums of the decade.
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A remarkable accomplishment from a band worthy of a respect they are often denied.
Review: Human Head – Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening
A stark view of austerity Britain is shot through via minimal hip hop beats and honest spoken word poetry on this striking debut EP.
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Mono – Nowhere Now Here The term ‘post-metal’ was once synonymous with the term ‘experimental metal’, but in the few decades since its inception it has become evermore like a more traditional subgenre, complete with […]
Mental Health, Hip-Hop and Genre Convergence: Growing up in New York with Purple Tape Pedigree’s Geng
An in-depth and personal chat with NYC’s genre-defying maestro Geng, about everything from Burzum to UK club music.
Inside The Body’s I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.
The Body’s Lee Bufford helps us take a deeper insight into the duo’s latest LP.