The Heavens Shower us with Sky Break by Zo! (Album Review)

In an interview with Zo! keyboardist and co-producer for famed The Foreign Exchange, he described SkyBreak as his most personal album to date.  Counted as his third album on FE Music label, SkyBreak is number sixteen of his published catalog!  Now if you’re new... read more

Kaytronik – Thee Album

In roughly 2 weeks Kris Klayton aka Karizma will release debut LP, Thee Album from alias #2, Kaytronik. This could be listened to academically, to study each facet of House and Hip Hop he presents, but it’s more of a physical education aid because... read more

Onra – Fundamentals (Album Review)

Can we be honest for a moment? Even though I consider myself to be pretty well versed in music, especially Hip Hop, I do miss some things and I’m not too conceited to admit that I take a few L’s when it comes to being first when certain music drops. As I mentioned to... read more

Van Hunt – The Fun Rises, The Fun Sets (Album Review)

I have been a fan of Van Hunt ever since I first heard the funk of “Down Here in Hell (With You)”, as he came into the spotlight around the same time as Bilal, and has proven himself to be more than just a disciple of Sly and The Family Stone. His sound... read more

Camp Lo – Ragtime Hightimes (Album Review)

Coolie High piqued my interest, Luchini won me over, and over the years a number of releases helped solidify my official fandom when it came to Camp Lo. Now in 2015, the Bronx duo is back with Ragtime Hightimes and it hurts me to say that I’m a little saddened by its... read more

Kamasi Washington – The Epic (Album Review)

In its physical sense, Kamasi Washington’s The Epic (Brainfeeder), by far exceeds the definition of its title. Having played with big league players in jazz, R&B and hip hop, and also growing up in Los Angeles’ historical Leimert Park jazz community, he is one... read more

Oddisee – The Good Fight (Album Review)

Refreshing, innovative, progressive and necessary are all terms that can be used to describe the latest full length LP, The Good Fight from Mello Music Group front man and DC native Oddisee. With a number of albums dropping recently that creatively push the envelope,... read more

Hiatus Kaiyote – Choose Your Weapon (Album Review)

‘Each song has it’s own habitat within it’s own section, but the end of a song might have it’s own different energy. Music is there to enhance your emotional experiences, and if it’s multilayered then people can find different avenues to... read more
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