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Interview #5: Drkmnd

I was put onto drkmnd’s music a couple weeks back, and I’ve enjoyed exploring his vast array of music. He let me shoot him a few questions about his inspirations, methods of creating music, and aims for the future. 1. Your latest project is Contemplations, an album that flows incredibly seamlessly track to track. Were you aiming for this vibe […]

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Review #1: BDB Suff – BIMBO

I’ve followed Suff on Twitter for quite some time, during which he has left me heavily anticipating his debut project. As Suff is a member of hip-hop conglomerate Souless, and as the beats I’d heard on his Soundcloud and Traktrain were extremely dope and diverse, dabbling as much as he has in house as in cloudy, immersive hip-hop, I had […]

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Interview #4: Klsr

I was recently put onto Klsr by SeKwence, and I learned that like me he lives in the UK, a place where the sort of hip-hop he makes is practically a dead art. He kindly spoke to me about the differences in being a UK producer, his influences, and his role within the Souless collective. 1. To me, your production […]

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Interview #3: SeKwence

Easily one of the most talented underground rappers at the moment, Alabama native SeKwence is killin it at the moment with his gruff approach to lyrical rap. He was kind enough to let me shoot him a few questions about his career thus far, his work as part of the Souless collective, and his upcoming album. 1. Your two latest […]

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Interview #2: Kli9se Killem

Me and Klipse were recently introduced on Twitter via a mutual friend, and I quickly found enjoyment in his twisted, abrasive take on West Coast hip-hop. He kindly agreed to let me conduct his first interview, which reveals a lot about his artistic vision for his music, his bold intentions for his brand and his desire to reinforce the idea […]

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Interview #1: NoCondomCaruci

I’ve been following Caruci on Twitter since late last year, and I’ve been impressed with his music throughout that period. Caruci was kind enough to let me interview him for my blog, and tell me about the thought processes behind some of my favourite tracks of his. 1. At this point i’m quite familiar with Souless Recordings and the work […]