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  • Caestro: “Sprung” – an insightful and inspiring message

    “Sprung” is the first single release from the upcoming Ep “The Flying High” by Nigerian-born, London (UK) based emcee, Caestro aka Replay. With one eye fixed on the States, and the other on his home country, you never get the sense of an artist subjugating his own personality to...
  • Alex Dutty: ‘Knock Down Ginger’ – realness in a fake world

    Alex Dutty London-based rapper (formerly known as Lexus Dutty) has garnered support slots with the likes of Kano, Ghetts, Wiley, and Bashy, while DIY work ethic of trawling around the country saw the rapper sell 60,000 copies of his ‘Dutty Mouth’ volumes 1, 2, 3 mixtapes, earning him a...
  • Costi x Wilson Fisk: “Fisk of Fury” spawns perpetual dopeness

    Costi is an emcee originally from west London, and one half of the duo, One Line to an Angle. A few months back he joined Wilson Fisk in releasing the 5 track EP, “Fisk of Fury” by Costi X Wilson Fisk. With production reaching as far out as the...
  • Woochia: “Travels” – alluring, subtle melodies and rich atmospheric textures

    London-based French music and video producer, Charly Sauret aka Woochia, is influenced by artists such as Tool, Heretik and Beethoven, which is a fairly good indication of the vast creative spectrum his music is composed within. Expect also, to find a wide variety of blended sounds to accompany his...
  • Kimia Penton: “Where the rain falls” – exquisitely sculpted songs

    Kimia Penton was born in the Middle East, raised in London and now calls Dallas, Texas her home. The singer, songwriter, violinist and psychologist who started classical violin lessons at the age of 7, plays a fusion of pop, jazz, and world music. Her brand new album “Where the rain...
  • Shannon K is making a bold statement with “Perpetual”

    Shannon K debuted with her first solo single in 2014 at the tender age of 12 with a song written by her younger sister, Annabel K.  In 2016 she dropped another critically acclaimed single entitled “Sapphire”. And now, at the tender old age of 16, Shannon K, uncovers her latest...
  • Roman Cigi: “CIRCUS” evolves and mutates sonically!

    It’s almost unfair that reviewers are asked to Dj mixes on a one-dimensional one-to-five-star system, as sometimes we can recognize that a mix is well-done, yet it’s not necessarily our own particular cup of tea. For example, Roman Cigi, shows me in this mix that he’s matured as a...
  •  MAGAZINE GAP: “Ran For Cover” – another enchanting musical equation!

    Music should be all like this. Not in style or sound, but in dedication, passion and craftsmanship. This is what we, as customers, should demand from record companies at all times. The question is do major record companies even exist anymore. I don’t mean in brand names and websites,...
  • Ser Franklin: “Lonely Soul” is nothing less than captivating

    Debut albums have often been trials of sorts for different musical acts. For some, they’ve been instant masterpieces; for others, stepping stones to bigger and better things; and in most cases, they’ve been utter failures. Nevertheless, Ser Franklin’s first record, in my book, manages to fit in both the...