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DISCLOSURE – LATCH [SCHOOLBOY Q REMIX]

Disclosure’s ‘Latch’ has been the subject of many a remix treatment, including that by Lido and DJ Premier.  Now, in the small hours of this Thursday morning, comes a version complete with bars from TDE’s own Schoolboy Q.  It’s unclear whether the remix came from Puffy’s camp or the UK dance duo themselves, but it’s…

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CLOCKWORK INDIGO – BUTTERFLY EFFECT

  Flatbush Zombies and Underachievers (collectively known as Clockwork Indigo) unveil their first offering as a duo of duos, ‘Butterfly Effect’.  This unholy union, a veritable supergroup of Hip Hop’s new school will go on tour with ‘The Electric Koolade Experience’ next month, so we can look forward to plenty more from them in the…

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LOYLE CARNER – CANTONA [VIDEO]

Not long after dropping his exceptional ‘A Little Late’ EP, Loyle Carner releases the visuals for ‘Cantona’.  Directed by himself and Katia Ganfield, the video feels as intimate as the track itself, as Carner desperately searches for his father’s Eric Cantona shirt.  Stream below via YouTube.

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BIG K.R.I.T. – SEE ME ON TOP VOL. 4

Big K.R.I.T. gave us a taster of his brand new mixtape ‘See Me On Top Vol.4′ in the form of two new tracks on his SoundCloud: the triumphant ‘What’s Next’ and the characteristically Southern ‘Drinker’s Club’.  Both self-produced, the former sees KRIT discuss where he’s got to, his appetite for what’s next, and the plight of a…

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BLACK MILK – GOLD PIECE [FT. BUN B]

With his sixth studio album ‘If There’s A Hell Below’ due for release October 28, Black Milk lets go ‘Gold Piece’.  The track is a soulful contains some great live instrumentation and backing vocals so high they must be from The BeeGees.  We often think that Black Milk deserves to be mentioned in the same breath…

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LUKE BONDS – TRYNAWALK / III (DOUBT)

Luke Bonds gives us more laid back, Jazz-tinged beats as he releases ‘trynawalk’ and ‘III (Doubt)’ simultaneously.  The former takes it’s cues from a smooth saxophone loop to which Bonds adds some tried and tested Hip Hop percussion, while the latter focusses on piano melody, surrounded by slightly more subtle percussion.  Stream both below via…