New music video for P Solja marking the first release by Leeds based collective ‘The Guilty Party’, Stay tuned on these guys, they are making moves!
P Solja – Kick Back Chillin
Produced and mixed by Micky Goldmill, the track is an eerie, bass-heavy banger with a tripped out visual by Feeblemedia. P Solja laces the beat with his signature laid-back flow. This video is just a taster for a full compilation mixtape soon to drop on TGP.
LENKEMZ – POLO TEE (Feat. P Solja)
Great stuff, follow TGP on Facebook here, and on Youtube here.
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As quick as we put them up Submo are back with another! Here’s a lovely soulful piece ‘2L84U’
‘2L84U – Submotion Orchestra’
Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Alium’, for those going to Outlook festival (Lucky!) you can catch them performing live, with the legendary Lauren Hill, Fatima & Andrew Ashong.
Some real nice music for you this morning from Boston native Evan Black, his second release after “The Arrival” which featured the likes of Emilio Rojas, Skyzoo and Reks, boasting a definite Boston feel to this, ‘For The Birds’ is a personal and heartfelt journey through relationships, drinking, daily life and Hip-Hop. His vocals the only featured on the release, flow in harmony with the excellent production by Portland-born recording artist and beatsmith Customary. The release features 12 original new tracks produced by Customary including the singles “Go Round,” “Stay Young” and “Cheap Date.”
Chris B. Murray provides the totally awesome original album artwork.
Okay so we can’t embed the songs, but you can listen/download etc here.
Purchase via iTunes here.
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Tagged boston hiphop, chris b murray, customary producer, emilio rojas, evan black, for the birds, hip hop, hiphop, reks, skyzoo
Straight out of North Carolina, Napoleon LV may be relatively new to the scene (starting in 2009), but he is already making an impact – having worked with “Little Brother”, Curren$y, Hot Spitta/ Wiz Khalifa and having worked on videos for 2chainz, Asap Rocky, CamRon & Red Cafe.
‘Take it Away’ is his latest release from the EP “Superb”, produced by Russian Natives ∆PƩXProduction.
If I had to say, I would say it is reminiscent of someone like Fashawn to me but with a much more cinematic feel, to the music especially, this is some chilled-out, slightly dark, anthem kind of vibe. Check out some of his other work too, an interesting sound which seems quite removed from lots of other current Hip-Hop. It’s set to be an interesting release! You can find out more about Napoleon IV via his Twitter here.
Okay so originally this blog started as a free PDF magazine, and now we have all the issues available for you to download, for free.
DOWNLOAD HERE – its half a gig so be aware!
It’s 6 years since these were released, and they really show their age (terrible!) but there is some great content please enjoy and feel free to share!
The Dirt Cheap Team.
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Protein are back with another Block Party! Based at their new HQ on New Inn Yard, they will be taking over the whole street and jam packing it full of the best food, drink and music London has to offer.
All proceeds and entry donations going to Amnesty International.
Find out more and book tickets here.
Event this Saturday for all you Yorkshire heads!
Our events group Fresh Kids has teamed up with local event/clothing company Mad Fresh for an all day and night event. Live graffiti art, and music ranging from funk to hip-hop to jungle, PLUS a BBQ… What more could you want?!
Eclectic mix of dope sounds coming from some great northern talent. Get down!
For more information view the Facebook event here.
Flyer by Oliver Lancaster Smith.
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Tagged buddha bar, buddha bar huddersfield, drum n bass, fresh kids, graffiti art, graffiti jam, hip hop, huddersfield events, jungle, Mad Fresh, nanny banton, oliver lancaster smith, wy, yorkshire music
The Shelf Wobbler himself Mr Scruff is currently touring America after a 6 year absence, for anyone located near one of the shows we would highly recommend going! He is a one of a kind DJ & producer and is sure to keep any crowd rocking from start to finish, in celebration here is some of his stuff…
Mr. Scruff 100% Vinyl set @ Piccadilly Records, Manchester
Feel Free (Scruff’s 12″ Re-Tweak)
Having seen the guy play live well over 10-15 times, I really can’t express how good he is! Dust off those dancing shoes…
For gig news & the online store, visit his website here.
Also on SoundCloud, Twitter and Facebook.
Very nice slice of super laid back African vibes in the inbox this morning…
The Malawian 5 Piece Afro-Country-Fusion band are currently gearing up for their debut global release, ‘Made in Malawi.’ Neil, a singer songwriter from Kent, has ventured into the heart of Africa and has collaborated with the award winning outfit known as ‘Konkalazi’ to create this ground-breaking album. Their debut video ‘Chemwali,’ beautifully shot in Malawi, has been released along with the album on pre-order via Bandcamp & Cd Baby.
Purchase the album ‘Made in Malawi’ here. Find out more on their website here, Facebook and Youtube.
Now a banger from the forthcoming Dilated Peoples album. The legendary group have been away for a while, members such as Evidence concentrating on their solo work, but now they’re back and if this is anything to go by the album is gonna be straight dope!
FOCUS FOUND – Watch Dilated Peoples talk about the album title and a few of the tracks in part 3 of the interview series here:
Artist: Dilated Peoples
Title: Directors of Photography (Album)
UK Release: 11th August 2014
Find out more by checking out the Dilated Peoples page over on Ryhmesayers here.