GANGRENE – DRIVING GLOVES [FT. ACTION BRONSON]

Together, legendary producer Alchemist and MC Oh No are Gangrene.  The newly-formed duo release the first single from their joint debut ‘You Disgust Me’ [August 7] in the form of new track ‘Driving Gloves’.  The beat is based around little more than live drums and rumbling toms, and features bars from Action Bronson, Oh No and even…

ALCHEMIST – VOODOO [FT. ACTION BRONSON]

Action Bronson and Alchemist are no strangers.  Between them they’ve served up excellent collaborations in the form of ‘Rare Chandeliers’ & ‘Big League Chew‘, and are back this time around with new track ‘Voodoo’.  The track is the first to be taken from Alc’s upcoming album ‘Retarded Alligator Beats’.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

THE ALCHEMIST & OH NO – WELCOME TO LOS SANTOS

Legendary producers The Alchemist & Oh No release ‘Welcome To Los Santos’, a fourteen track tribute to the city from Rockstar Games’ ‘Grand Theft Auto’ series.  Not only is the grubby, G-Funk production and sleezy Electro-Pop a perfect encapsulation of the fictional city, but the production duo enlist the help of Earl Sweatshirt, Danny Brown, Action…

THE PROVINCE PLAYLIST – MARCH 2015

This month has been a pretty big one for us – March has seen the release of our first project as a label, ‘The Province EP‘.  Elsewhere in the music world, Jay Z has re-launched streaming service Tidal with support from the likes of Beyonce, Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams.  We’ve also heard new albums from Action Bronson…

ACTION BRONSON X EARL SWEATSHIRT – WARLORD LEATHER

Earl Sweatshirt and Action Bronson both released albums on Monday [‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside’ and ‘Mr. Wonderful’, respectively] and to celebrate release a joint track entitled ‘Warlord Leather’.  Alchemist’s production features live-sounding instrumentation that is rhythmically similar to something you’d normally hear Earl over, but features the kind of guitar riff…

ACTION BRONSON – MR. WONDERFUL

Featuring singles, Action Bronson releases his full length studio debut ‘Mr. Wonderful’.  From the first outlandish, piano-based Party Supplies beat and intentionally awful vocals from Bronson on ‘Brand New Car’ the album is great fun.  As if it ever could, ‘Mr. Wonderful’ doesn’t take itself too seriously, and gives us plenty of gourmet referencing braggadocio from…