Epigram Music

ARTICLES BY Epigram Music

Review: Little Simz - Sometimes I Might be Introvert

Having consolidated her sound after GREY Area, which went to UK R&B Number 1 back in March 2019, her fourth full-length album Sometimes I Might Be Introvert sees Little Simz develop her R&B and rap styles while exploring new musical avenues.
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The art of the album rollout: How to get it right in the streaming era

Earlier this summer, rapper Tyler, the Creator released a teaser video for his latest album where he appeared in a ushanka hat and red cardigan, leaning against a pink Fiat Abarth 131, embraced in a kiss, and framed with the title of his upcoming album ‘Call Me If You Get Lost.’
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The sounds of Bristol University? A look into Spotify's curated playlists

In an eerily dystopian twist of technology, the algorithms often serve up track recommendations better than those you might get from an old friend who knows your music taste inside-out.
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Ocean Wisdom - 'Stay Sane' Review

Camden based rapper Ocean Wisdom has returned with his 4th album, Stay Sane. Serving his much-praised flow but with a more pensive mood, the album feels particularly current as it focuses in on many of today’s key socio-political issues.
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Armand Hammer & The Alchemist - 'Haram' Review

Heavyweights of the US underground rap scene at the peak of their powers combine to create a dramatic saga of an album. Mesmerising loops from the Alchemist provide the perfect setting for the duo of billy woods and Elucid to deliver their unique brand of dark and cutting lyricism.
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Yeek – 'Valencia' Album Review

New Jersey-born Sebastian Carandang – AKA Yeek – returns with Valencia, an album that deftly represents the diversity and versatility in his abilities.
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‘I find it hard to be the cool guy’: In conversation with Willie J Healey

Infectiously off-beat, Bristol-based musician Willie J Healey discusses the prospect of playing live, his smorgasbord of influences and the sandwich he most identifies with.
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Nubiyan Twist - 'Freedom Fables' Review

Freedom Fables is a characteristically eclectic exploration of the group’s influences. Glorious jazz melody meets the energy of Ghanaian highlife, while embracing neo-soul and dub.
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