I don’t know if Scorzayzee’s P Brothers produced Great Britain is the greatest UK hiphop single of all time. It’s definitely a contender, or at least it will be later … Continue reading
Proof that videos of demented youngsters chatting shit on the streets of Brighton will never get old. Give that man a round of applause and pay him with a bacon … Continue reading
So, yeah. Our first post in a while. Old blog-heads don’t die, they get chubby and move to Miami. Or London, or Portslade, or wherever. And every so often they … Continue reading
Its a Newcastle double bill here on The 273. Following on from the dope video from Legion of Goon I posted yesterday, a link from Stig of the Dump has pointed me … Continue reading
Fresh weirdness from the Glasgow’s II Tone Committee alumni more usually known these days as Mistah Bohze. As he says “ladies and gentlemen, do not adjust your listening devices, this … Continue reading
Fun fact for the day from S Kalibre: Poundland nails aren’t necessarily of the finest quality and if you stick them in the end of your bat and then attack … Continue reading
Weird one, this. It’s hard to figure out a better description off the top of my head than a recent comment underneath the video on YouTube, “Positive bars on a … Continue reading
So then. While the rest of us were nursing hangovers Juga-Naut got the new year started right. Pure class. Way more good for the soul.
What you gonna do when they come for you?
Funny how the two most topical songs to have caught my ear in the last week are both older tunes leaked in response to the wave of revulsion following the … Continue reading
Nottingham’s finest group of lyrical heavyweights Cappo, Juga-Naut and Vandal Savage continue their charm offensive with this latest instalment of addictive absurdities and cryptic glamour. Let’s have an album soon, … Continue reading
Haven’t been keeping up with all of the Muhammad Ali tributes (there must have been a few, right?) but I doubt there’ll be any to match up to this. When … Continue reading
At the top of the century it was a plausible fantasy that Nottingham’s P Brothers and Styly Cee might have a direct line to the ambience of the livest of … Continue reading