Category Archive: Hip Hop

Camillo – Sunday Sea

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Our relentless scour of the dishevelled downtempo world of instrumental Hip Hop brings us to the sleepy sounds of Camillo from Ulm, Germany. The artist’s debut ‘Sunday Sea‘ is a selection of tape-eroded beats,… Continue reading

Grand AM – Full Force

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If you’ve been in touch with me lately, you may well be aware that since the turn of the year I’ve gone crazy for instrumental Hip Hop. I’ve discovered a treasure-trove of artists coming… Continue reading

Five Queries With… 001: Joel Garden

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We’ve dreamed up a new feature on Irregular Crates called ‘Five Queries With…’, a series where we’ll catch up with artists, friends and labels alike by asking five questions. The questions will vary and… Continue reading

Rzuma – Late Night Loops

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There’s some truly exquisite Instrumental Hip Hop coming out of Germany these last couple of years and our latest discovery is right up there with the best. We happened upon Berliner Rzuma early… Continue reading

Cormac – Nobscot

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For a measly dollar you can bag a copy of the latest release from Boston, Massachusets based Hip Hop producer Cormac, curiously entitled ‘Nobscot’. This one’s full of fine material with the loops… Continue reading

Joel Garden – r0t

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Since the dawn of 2017, I’ve pretty much devoted my listening habits toward the lo-fi, instrumental Hip Hop/Beat Tape genre and have happened upon some impressive material. Much of this style of music can… Continue reading

End Of 2016: a list and show by Harry Towell

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With 2016 all but done, it’s time for me to cover off my favourite albums of the year across all genres. The year for me aside from music has gone at lightning pace with… Continue reading

Wodoo Wolcan – Summer Breeze

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I’ve had my eye on this latest release on German imprint Radio Juicy for some time and yesterday I was pleased to receive the email alert I’d set with the label so I could… Continue reading

Spheruleus – City Spheres

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‘City Spheres’ was self-released earlier in October by Spheruleus, known to many as Harry Towell. The album effortlessly delivers spaciousness and warmth, smooth samples, and a subtle grittiness that holds the pieces together. It… Continue reading

Hugo LX – Ascent

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Earlier this year we grabbed Hugo LX’s ‘Infinite Ways’ EP on Jazzy Couscous and it has to be one of our favourite Deep House records of the year so far. So when we… Continue reading