Choosey Interview

Choosey Interview

Between gospel music in church and his grandfather’s role in the Latin Jazz scene of Los Angeles, music has always been a factor in Choosey’s lineage. His debut album Black Beans (read our review here), which was released earlier this year, conveys the less represented perspective of growing up Afro-Chicano. Hailing from LA by way [...]

Homeboy Sandman Interview

Homeboy Sandman Interview

Homeboy Sandman has been a constant favourite amongst the Southsiders for many years. Releasing numerous projects (this new one is his seventeenth!) throughout the years, he has been delivering quality, verbal dexterity for over a decade. We were lucky enough to chat with Boy Sand on the back of the release of his latest album [...]

Grieves Interview

Grieves Interview

Seattle based Rhymesayers artist Benjamin Laub - better known as Grieves - has been making waves for over ten years now and has been carefully blending all sorts of musical styles together to come up with his own unique take on the genre of hip hop. Known for having a rigorous touring schedule and really [...]

Sadistik Interview

Sadistik Interview

Image: Instagram @sadistik Earlier this year Sadistik released Haunted Gardens, his fifth album. Last week we spent some time talking to the man himself about his new work and delving deeper into some of the big questions that define his career. If you know a thing or two about Sadistik already you won’t be disappointed [...]

Armand Hammer Interview

Armand Hammer Interview

Elucid and billy woods were performing at The Old Hairdressers - an old rustic venue located down the dark, grimy cobbled street of Renfield Lane in the heart of Glasgow. A perfect location for the equally dark, grimy duo that is Armand Hammer. “Man, fuck Rap Genius!” is met with agreeable laughter from the group [...]

billy woods and Kenny Segal – Hiding Places (Backwoodz Studioz)

billy woods and Kenny Segal – Hiding Places (Backwoodz Studioz)

In horror movies, it’s said that what you don’t see is more terrifying than what you do. There’s no need for egregious gore and disfigurement, rather, it’s far more unsettling to imagine that whatever is out there is lurking just off-screen, out of sight - hiding.  And on Hiding Places, billy woods and producer, Kenny [...]