Album review: Doris

As soon as rap collective Odd Future exploded all over the internet a couple of years ago it was immediately apparent that their most talented member also happened to be the youngest. The prodigy in question, Earl Sweatshirt, was only 16 when his début mixtape Earl dropped in 2010 but, although his lyrics were as […]

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Album review: Run the Jewels

“Oh shit what the hell have we done?” El-P raps on the opening verse of Run the Jewels’ self-titled new LP, “It’s alive and it’s hungry as fuck”. For those who don’t know, Run the Jewels is the name of the collaboration between legendary Brooklyn MC/producer El-P and heavyweight Atlanta rapper Killer Mike, and this, […]

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Album review: Yeezus

Only a couple of days after leaking, Yeezus was already the most polarising album of 2013. Professional reviewers were handing out five-star ratings like they were worthless, but at the same time there was a counter-current of people from Twitter to the Turl Street Kitchen abusing Kanye West’s latest effort as a total crock of […]

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