Reasons to shop with us » 0113 245 4399

Hip-Hop / Beats / DJ Mix

401-500 of 757 items. « Prev  Next »

Show page list »
Show filters »

Danny Brown
Atrocity Exhibition

The new Danny Brown lands on Warp Records. Atrocity Exhibition is his third full-length, and it pulls no punches at all. Guest producers include Evian Christ and Black Milk, and guest vocalists include Kelela, Earl Sweatshirt and Kendrick Lamar...view item »

DJ Shadow

DJ Shadow’s sample-built 1996 debut album Entroducing….. has all the drama you’d expect from a title with ellipses two-thirds longer than the standard. As tense as it slaps, this is truly one of the the best instrumental trip/hip-hop albums ever made. The deluxe edition comes with expanded lin...view item »

7 Days of Funk (Dam Funk & Snoopzilla)
7 Days Of Funk

I’ve been looking forward to this for a while. Funk master Dam Funk has slowly been edging his way into my life via his crossover Ariel Pink collab and professed love for Prefab Sprout. Snoop I can take or leave but his smooth delive...view item »

Anderson .Paak

Anderson. Paak is an LA based producer and musician. He is known for his 2015 album Malibu and for featuring on a chunk of Dr. Dre’s 2015 album Compton. However, Venice was his first album which was originally released in 2014. Anderson’s life was heading in the wr...view item »

Time Zone feat. Afrika Bambaataa & John Lydon
World Destruction - The Complete Celluloid Mixes

Back way before he became a Brexit loving bore, John Lydon stretched himself out in many inspired directions. One was this groundbreaking collaboration with Afrika Bambaataa which seemed to signal that rap and rock could... you know... mix. It's tremendous and here is presented with all of Bill Lasw...view item »

Mandela Effect

Mandela Effect is a varied collection of material from the never-straightforward producer / performer Gonjasufi. As well as original material, Mandla Effect contains numerous cover versions and remixes, plus guest appearances from Shabazz Palaces, Moor Mother and Daddy...view item »

Adrian Younge Presents The Delfonics
The Delfonics Instrumentals

The Delfonics are a vintage soul group who experienced a late-career resurrection when producer Adrian Younge got involved. His hip-hop informed approach was a hell of a boost, and this previously unreleased collection of instrumentals shows off the sheer god-damn groove of this fine outfit. LP release on ...view item »

Beat Weeks

SRAW had released a track a day on the old MySpace platform for a week to eventually build a seven-track record entitled ‘Beat Weeks’. The record could easily slip into any hip-hop record shop, and could even hold a place in some chillwave or experimental stores! Thi...view item »

Ol' Dirty Bastard
Return To The 36 Chambers : The Dirty Version

Ol' Dirty Bastard may be the rawest, dirtiest member of Wu-Tang, but his self-titled album may be the most offbeat of all the albums. There are plenty of dirty lyrics to spare, such as ODB's vivid description of oral sex in "Don't You Know" and a bloody rap in "Raw Hide". But his rawness is so genuine, with anger at society and a need for dirty ...view item »


FTLT was released in 2012 and was the last time we’ve heard from east london rapper Klashnekoff. S.O.N. Records thought it was about time it was brought to vinyl for the masses. BIIIG hip hop beats from Beat Butcha and Red Spyda guest productions fit seamlessly alongside K...view item »

Die Antwoord
Donker Mag

Continuing their quest to spread Zef culture through their renowned video projects, “Donker Mag” will be preceded by the video for "Pitbull Terrier" -- their first video project since the release of "Cookie Thumper!" almost a year ago. Tracks:  Dont Fuk Me Ugly Boy Happy Go Sucky Fuck...view item »

L’école du micro d’argent

IAM’s 1997 album. L’ecole du micro d’argent is widely considered to be the pinnacle of French hip-hop (it is also the best selling French hip-hop record worldwide). Stretching across a whole 90 minutes, the group vigorously critique French society over simmering, swaggering beats. Triple LP reissue on ...view item »

Hiatus Kaiyote
Tawk Tomahawk

Though I like this album, I did not like that many of the songs were very short. This album is also unique in the fact that there seems to not be much of a genre/style category for all the songs on it. Compared to the groups second album, Tawk Tomahawk was a bit all over the place whereas the second had a specific sound/goal in place. Not saying...view item »

King Of The Beats: Anthology (1985-1988)

King of The Beats: Anthology 1985-1989 does what it says on the tin, gathering together for your delight all the finest moments of Mantronix’ early career. Savour the groundbreaking grooves, several of which are included in definitive 12” mix form. Red and white double vinyl, all pressed up by Traffic E...view item »

Cousin Stizz
Suffolk County

Suffolk County is the latest release from rapper Cousin Stizz. The thirteen-track record brings together a fusion of subtle melodies and hard hitting vocals that speak out about Cousin Stizz’s life and experiences. A carefully crafted mix of rap and hip-hop that is ‘...view item »

Bogus Order
Zen Brakes Vol. 2

If there’s a time to say “an eagerly anticipated follow up” this might be that time. 27 years after the first release on Ninja Tunes the second Zen Brakes by Bogus Order (Jonathan More and Matt Black, also known as Coldcut) is here through Ahead Of Our...view item »

Dimming Awe, The Light is Raw

A new album of rich sampledelica from Botany, spinning all manner of musical and non-musical sources into a thick jazzy collage. Guests on Dimming Awe, The Light Is Raw include Milo and Matthewdavid...view item »


Future’s breakout album from 2012 Pluto, remastered and made available on vinyl for the first time from Omerta. Features tracks with Drake, Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly, Trae the Truth and Juicy J. If your idea of a good weekend is hangin...view item »


Legendary experimental hip-hop label Anticon release the self-titled debut album from A7PHA on vinyl LP and CD. The duo comprise veterans Mestizo, who provides the dense, surreal rapping, and Doseone, who frames the lyrics with head-nodding, experimental productions that manage to blend the funky and industrial....view item »

Koreatown Oddity
Finna Be Past Tense

Koreatown Oddity is an LA youngster whose introduction to hip-hop came, slightly unusually, from his mother, who introduced him to the likes of Ice-T when he was just a kid. Finna Be Past Tense is a highly flavoursome collection of experimental hip-hop, with dense, almost psychedelic productions support...view item »

One Foot Out

After several years of amazing mixtape releases and big youtube numbers, Nines finally starts playing the game the old-school way and releases his debut album. One Foot Out is what premium UK rap sounds like in the year 2017, and its tracks are gonna be hits before you know it. Released by XL Recordings....view item »

Homeboy Sandman
Actual Factual Pterodactyl

Actual Factual Pterodactyl is the first proper album of Homeboy Sandman, initially released in 2008. Sandman is finding his own particular flavour here, developing his sweet slow flow and his richly flavoured tracks (just listen to &...view item »

Thievery Corporation
Temple Of I & I

Thievery Corporation, the Washington, DC electronic outfit, became even more engaged with the sound and culture of Jamaica than ever before, travelling to Port Antonio and welcoming musicians like Racquel Jones into the mix for a real sweet electro-dub trip. Temple Of I & I is out on Ye Records....view item »


A modern classic from Lone, Lemurian gets the re-issue treatment in fully remastered style. Available on vinyl for the first time it features new artwork and a spot gloss cover. Contemporary balearic vibes just in time for summer. Out on CD, vinyl LP and limited edition pink vinyl LP from Dealmaker Records and Magic Wir...view item »

Run The Jewels

Excite! After two killer collaborations that have already made big waves in the rap world and beyond, Run The Jewels (that’s Killer Mike and El-P of course) drop their third full-length. RT...view item »


The bane of Afrikaans rights activists in their native South Africa for daring to speak up about inequality and social justice, Dookoom’s debut album is noise-punk riot. Recalling Ex-Military-era Death Grips, Dalek and Dirty Paraffin (yes, and Die Antwoord...view item »


Run-DMC’s self-titled debut album is a no-messing hip-hop classic. Released in 1984, there is not an inch of fat on this record, just sparse and direct drum machine beats and bold Queens flows, plus subtle scratching and sampling from Jam Master Jay. Need we say more? Reissued on vinyl by the Get On Down l...view item »

Mndsgn & Ahwlee
A Rap Vacation X-Mas with Mndsgn & Ahwlee

Celebrate the festive season in hip-hop style with A Rap Vacation X-Mas, the seasonal mixtape by Mndsgn & Ahwlee. Expect samples of old wintery tunes, smooth flows, and lots of jingle bells all over the beat tracks. This vinyl edition contains three new bonus tracks too! Limited edition of 500 ‘festive-coloure...view item »

Nosaj Thing

Available on 12” Vinyl or CD on Innovative Leisure. Nosaj Thing’s debut album Drift was heralded as a landmark record, and quite rightly so, pushing texture and melody into the foreground. After leaving 4 years before his follow up Home Jason Chung seems more eager to refine his sou...view item »

Space People

Slick and speedy work here from New York producer Space People, who bounces through six tracks in sixteen minutes. That bouncy pace means that not a moment is wasted: Wet is busy with details, be they samples (look out for the ghost of Missy Elliot) or sudden beat-shifts. 12” release on Styles Upo...view item »

Sofie’s SOS Tape

Sofie Fatouretchi, one of Boiler Room’s in-the-know types, has compiled twenty-four tracks of stuff that she reckons you need to hear. There’s Ill Camille, Stimulator Jones, Mndsgn, Kutmah and many more, showcasing plenty of sleek and soulful undergr...view item »

Banks & Steelz
Anything But Words

Here is the collaboration that no-one could have expected...or indeed asked for. Funny haired Interpol leader Paul Banks hooking up with Wu Tang's RZA. The result is the kind of rap rock we could only have dreamt of back in the '80s. Careful what you wish for though - they make strange bedfellows these two. &nbs...view item »

A$AP Ferg
Always Strive and Prosper

A$AP FERG returns with his sophomore album, and 18 tracks of trap anthems for 2016. With three years since Trap Lord the A$AP crew aren’t slowing, but with Always Strive and Prosper Ferg brings a bucket load of collaborators, including Missy Elliott, Skrillex, Fut...view item »

Tkay Maidza

“Tkay” is the debut album from Australian rapper-singer Tkay Maidza, wherein she outlines her mission statement to dominate with rhythmic jams and a dextrous flow that out-MIAs MIA. The record features collaborations from Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike and Dre Skull of Mixpak. Out on Kitsune on your standard CD an...view item »

Leonard Charles
Basement Donuts

As a reinterpreted edition of Dilla's seminal Donuts album, Basement Donuts is the squelching brainchild of New Zealand producer Leonard Charles. Clocking in at a mammoth thirty-one tracks, the release is impressively raw, live and composed in a crisp and...view item »

Mr Dan feat. Guilty Simpson
I'm Gone / I’m Gone (instrumental)

I’m Gone is a very fun new track from Mr Dan, with a properly thumping beat and traces of some lovely samples from somewhere. Vocal flow is provided by Guilty Simpson in the second collaboration between this producer and this MC, though the first one for which they were in the same room. The track...view item »

Ghostface Killah
Bulletproof Wallets

Ghostface Killah’s 2001 solo statement is a pretty crucial part of the wider Wu-Tang puzzle, as well as a damn good time in its own right. RZA and The Alchemist deal with much of the production, and MC guests include Slick Rick and Raekwon...view item »

Shabazz Palaces
Live at Third Man Records

Shabazz Palaces are a hip-hop duo featuring Ishmael Butler from Digable Planets and Tandai Maraire. The duo’s second album Lese Majesty impressed the guys and girls at Third Man Records so much that it was their most played record of 2014. The label, owned by Jack White...view item »

Raising Hell (picture disc)

Raising Hell is thirty years old. It was the third album by New York hip-hop trio Run DMC. The album was a commercial breakthrough, not only for Run DMC, but for hip hop in general. It contains some of Run DMC’s best known singles: Walk This Way, My Adidas and It&rsqu...view item »

L'Orange & Mr. Lif
The Life & Death Of Scenery

Exciting days for the underground hip-hop heads, with the debut full-length pairing of MC Mr. Lif and producer L’Orange now landing. The flows and the grooves sit perfectly together, and the party is boosted further by appearances from ...view item »

Christmas In Hollis / Peter Piper

Very limited 12” vinyl picture disc of Run DMC’s 1987 Christmas tunes Christmas In Hollis and Peter Piper on Legacy. Despite what you may think about a 1987 Run DMC Christmas song, both these tracks are great, mixing killer scratching over traditional songs, heavy sl...view item »

808: The Music

808 is a documentary about a drum machine, the much-loved Roland TR-808. Naturally, the star machine is at the centre of the film’s soundtrack, which is released separately as 808: The Music. Original tracks from artists like Lil Wayne engage with the unique rhythms of the Roland. CD / double LP release f...view item »

The Slim Shady LP

The release of The Slim Shady LP in early 1999 launched a major new hip hop artist in Eminem. The Detroit rapper was never shy of controversy and The Slim Shady LP was noted for the amount of swearing in the lyrics. The album was a real unit shifter clocking up sales of 4 million copies in its first year. Conta...view item »

Andrew Broder
Wertheimer EP

Minneapolitan Andrew Broder has a list of groups on his bed post, most significantly Fog, Hymie's Basement, Lateduster, and The Cloak Ox. So, quite rightly known mainly for his indie manipulations. Pushing out to electronics by releasing under the Werthe...view item »

Straight Outta Compton - Music From The Motion Picture

The soundtrack compilation from the film Straight Outta Compton can’t really fail to be great can it? As well as crucial cuts from the original N.W.A. album the film takes its name from, we also solo Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg tracks, as well as tone-setting numbers from the likes of...view item »

Incredible Bongo Band
Bongo Rock

Bongo Rock is a reissue of the 1973 album by The Incredible Bongo Band. If you we’re wondering where all of your favourite hip hop and dance acts sampled their beats from, there’s a good chance they got them from here. Everyone from Beastie Boys to Jay-Z, Goldie...view item »

Drake & Future
What A Time To Be Alive

Instantly memorable as much as it was unexpected, the highly quotable collaboration between two hip-hop juggernauts makes its way to the vinyl format just over a year after its 2015 release. Toronto’s Drake flew out to Future’s Atlanta base and with just under a week together in the studio, the pair ...view item »

Golden Tickets EP

West coast backpack hip-poppers Why? continue their slow metamorphosis into They Might Be Giants this week with a whimsical EP based around the lives of their own fans, selecting people who bought records from their webstore and internet stalking them before composing tracks ba...view item »

The Last Shall Be First

Spectre (aka the production talent of Skiz Fernando) continues to investigate the possibilities of making beats away from the strictures of regular forms. The Last Shall Be The First drags throat-singing, movie samples, clinking and cluttering noises, and anything else it can find into its wild beat str...view item »

Beat Street - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Volume 1

The 1984 movie Beat Street is all about New York’s burgeoning street hip-hop culture, which was really starting to sizzle at this point. Needless to say, the soundtrack is well stuffed with the same excellence as the film: Afrika Bambaataa, Treacherous Three, Grandmaster Melle Mel & Th...view item »

Swet Shop Boys

Three quality artists who have earned their stripes independently join forces as Swet Shop Boys. New York MC Himanshu Suri (ex Das Racist) and London’s Riz MC meet up with Redinho’s production. It’s fierce and on fire beats with a huge array of...view item »

Frida Kahlo vs. Ezra Pound

The material packaged together on Frida Kahlo vs. Ezra Pound was previously issued only digitally, but these Atmosphere tracks are just too damn strong to deny physicality to. Now they are available as a CD or, if you feel fancy, a box set of seven 7” recor...view item »

Lady Parts

Prefuse73 has been in the weirdo / leftfield hip-hop game for years now, but this is the first time he has produced a full-length collaboration with a particular MC. The young Michael Christmas is coming up fast, and the lush glitch-scapes that Prefuse provides fit perfectly with his flow. L...view item »

Kool Keith
Feature Magnetic

Horrorcore/Weird-Hop pioneer Kool Keith has many guises (Dr. Octagon, Black Elvis) and brings a tonne of collaborators along for his latest journey into oddness. Features MF DOOM, Dirty Nasty, Necro and Psycho Les of The...view item »

Close Up

Crem'e’s debut on Alpha Pup is absolutely stunning in its soulful and personal nature whilst being so inviting. Reminiscent of Balam Acab in it’s heart string and self-reflection effect, with the production punch of Clams Casino. Deep and rolling sub bass, ethereal and layered vocal ...view item »

De La Soul
and the Anonymous Nobody

Sunny hip-hop legends De La Soul have a brand new album, their first in quite some time. and the Anonymous Nobody has a vintage feel, with soulful funky samples that are actually newly recorded under the instructions of the group. Classic De La Soul then, plus guest contributions from Snoop Dogg...view item »

Clams Casino
32 Levels

Famous for his massive beats that have been in songs by the likes of A$AP Rocky, Lil B and Vince Staples, Clams Casino is a force to be reckoned with. His sound is like the ocean: huge, wide and unstoppable. On 32 Levels, the rappers come to him: for his latest album he...view item »

Fishing Blues

Minneapolis hip-hop veterans Atmosphere show no signs of slowing down, dropping new full-length Fishing Blues right off the back of a set of 2015 singles. Slug’s rhymes are crafty, Ant’s productions are slick, and the times are good. Fishing Blues is available on CD...view item »

Home Of The Brave

Prose are three lads from Manchester whose anthems of growing up, life and love are imbued with a working class narrative. The band’s popularity has risen exponentially since signing with British producer Naughty Boy and yet bigger things are expected following their debut album Home Of The Brave....view item »

J Dilla
The Diary Instrumentals

The Diary caused a storm among beat-heads recently when it was pulled out from some forgotten corner: this album from the dearly departed J Dilla was long thought lost. Now we have the instrumental versions of the whole album, featuring production work from Madlib and Nottz, among other...view item »

Special Blends Vol. 1 & 2

Apart from preaching the apocalypse as one of the best lyricists in hip hop, MF DOOM has also been a prolific producer and remixer. In order to soften the pain of his ongoing hiatus, Metal Face is now reissuing his previously unfindably-rare Special Blends Vol. 1 & 2 on 2xLP. On this 2004 release, h...view item »


Kaytranada’s has smashed out EPs on Bromance Records, Jakarta, and HW&W Recordings. Now, his muchly anticipated debut album on XL features many guest artists including AlunaGeorge, Craig David, Little Dragon, Vic Mensa, GoldLink and ...view item »

The Marshall Mathers LP

The Marshall Mathers LP was the second album by Eminem and was originally released in May 2000. It’s widely regarded as the rapper’s best album and was critically well received at the time of release. It also contains the tracks The Real Slim Shady and Stan, which features Dido...view item »

Adrian Younge Presents Venice Dawn
Something About April II - Instrumentals

Ace producer Adrian Younge‘s solo record Something About April II was a significant set when it was released last year, brimming over with Younge’s skills of arrangement and eclectic instrumentation. Now we h...view item »

Lost Stories

2Tall is one of the earliest aliases of Jim Cole aka Om Unit and on Lost Stories he resurrects his early beat experiments. Predictably Coles ‘early experiments’ are staggeringly high-quality hip-hop-inspired beats, indebted to the West Coast expermentalism of ...view item »

The Invisible

Third album from The Invisible, which finds them returning with some friends in tow. Collaborators on Patience album include Jessie Ware, Annie Calvi and Floating Points, making it a pretty excellent summation of where this corner of the modern R&B-ish electronics s...view item »

Made In China

Pregnant, the erstwhile collaborative project of Daniel Trudeau and Style Munson, have assembled an interesting blur of material for Made In China. It sometimes sounds like Animal Collective being processed relentlessly by a computer using a broken electro-pop setting, ...view item »


Once anonymous duo 18+ return to Houndstooth for their sophomore album following 2014’s Trust. Recording and collaborating split between Berlin and Honolulu Justin Swinburne and Samia Mirza pour this separation into their work together. Sonically sounding like The Streets...view item »

Yoni & Geti

Yoni & Geti are Yoni Wolf of Why? and Serengeti, and they’ve not been heard together since 2011. But now Testarossa is here, and it just so happens to be a narrative-heavy record, the pair telling the tale of 2 characters in a troubled relationship. This is to...view item »

J Dilla
The Diary

Listen up beat-fans: a whole full-length album of J Dilla material, previously utterly unreleased. And get this: Dilla is on the MC duties here, spitting bars over productions by the likes of Madlib and Karriem Riggins. The Diary is thus a very fresh look at another sid...view item »

Mr. Lif
Don't Look Down

Don’t Look Down is a 2016 hip-hop album that goes deep into the personal and the political. Slick and groovy productions back Mr Lif’s smooth flows, and guest MCs include Del The Funky Homosapien and ...view item »

Run The Jewels
VRTJ Viewer

Esteemed rap duo and cat advocate society Run The Jewels are having a good time releasing acclaimed self-titled records with different numbers at the end of them -- they're half way through completing no. 3 as we speak -- so here's a nifty looking piece of cardboard branded after them, for your viewing pleasure. Ah, RSD, never change....view item »

Elevators (Me & You)

Outkast scored a hit with "Elevators", a laid-back track with a very catchy chorus. The beat in "Elevators" is very hypnotic and funky, more so than any other beat on ATLiens. This was Outkast's biggest hit since "Player's Ball", and it's obvious why. The flow of Big Boi and Dre on this song cannot be matched anywhere else and the chorus contain...view item »

Roots Manuva
Switching Sides

5 fresh new tracks from Roots Manuva here for Record Store Day. He sounds properly energised here: some of the hazy lethargy of his earlier work seems to have been blasted away by the tight and heavy productions of With You (incorporating Switch and Daouda Leonard). 500 12&rdquo...view item »

Mr Dan (featuring Guilty Simpson)

We apparently have Run The Jewels to thank for Mr Dan’s new musical angle, presented for the first time on this 7”. Seeing them play put Dan on a heavy, aggressive beat-making tip, and Firewater is a strong example of such. MC duties provided by Guilty Simpson...view item »

S/T / Remex

A distinctive fusion of Latin American music and the LA electronic beats scene. Abstrakto is Astrud Sierra and producer DJ Balthazaar Getty and on S/T/Remex they mash together global musical scenes and raw rap and R&B. This 180 gram black and white double LP also comes with a remix album that pushes the orig...view item »

Dame Fortune

Soulful and funky electronica is what you’ll find on Dame Fortune, right up to the usual high standard you’d expect from RJD2. Guest vocalists on the record include Blueprint, Phonte Coleman and Son Little of Ice Bird, although RJ...view item »


Oooof! Now here’s a line-up for you. Tunde Adebimpe (TV On The Radio), Adam "Doseone" Drucker (Anticon, cLOUDDEAD), and Mike Patton (Faith No More, Fantomas) have been working on the Nevermen...view item »

Pyramid Vritra

Hal Williams is Pyramid Vritra, also formerly one half of Odd Future duo The Jet Age of Tomorrow and a member of the up-and-coming NRK collective. With Danu his beats, especially on 58(Heavy) have a bizarre distance and hazy feel to them, with sparse but defini...view item »


Moodymann steps up to the plate of the famed DJ Kicks series, loaded with an eclectic set of records. The Detroit resident throws down artists like Flying Lotus, Nightmares On Wax and Marcellus Pittman, as well as 11 exclusive edits of his own tracks. 30 tracks on the C...view item »

Slug Christ
The Crucifixion of Rapper Extraordinare, Slug Christ

Slug Christ is a rapper who describes his sound as being “808 heavy”. The Crucifixion of Rapper Extraordinaire, Slug Christ takes the familiar drum machine sounds of trap music and combines them with Slug Christ’s nicely toasted delivery. An album for those who feel that rap has been missing that raw e...view item »

Prefuse 73
Every Color of Darkness

Four years since his last significant release under his best known and most revered recording name, Prefuse 73, aka Guillermo S. Herren, who has been busy elsewhere with collaborative work, remixes and live performances, is finally releasing not one, but three full length LPs due out this year. ‘Every Color of Darkness’ is built from...view item »

Ghostface Killah
Death's Invitation / Let The Record Spin

Jazzy, boom-bap hip-hop from Ghostface Killah. This vinyl 7” single was recorded to tape and pressed to wax by Linear Labs. Heavy bass and squealing Rhodes keyboards, borrowed from Ennio Morricone, match the fantastic 1970s giallo-inspired artwork. Death's Invitation/Let The Record Spin is...view item »

Ras G
The El-Aylien Tapes Vol. 1 & 2

Deep and heavy beat tracks from premium producer Ras G. Operating from the heart of the LA scene, G pulls many of his samples from the regions of free jazz, lending his tracks a strongly afrofuturistic vibe. The El-Aylien Tapes Vol. 1 &am...view item »

Elliott Power
Once Smitten

Once Smitten is the debut album from London native Elliott Power. The album explores the dark, hidden recesses of his hometown through the genre mashing of soul, trip-hop and UK bass music, recalling classic sounds that may have been heard on the Mo-Wax label in its heyday. Power is signed to the ambiti...view item »

Jaga Jazzist
Oban / Oban (Todd Terje Remix)

A new album from Jaga Jazzist is on the way, and to whet our appetites, here is Oban, a nice little preview track pressed to transparent vinyl in a eye-scratching cover. But the real treat is the re-working from Todd Terje, which drives on and on into serious groove-town, Jazzist’...view item »

Chimurenga Renaissance
Girlz With Gunz

Girlz With Gunz is an international collection, taking in sonics from Zimbabwe and the Congo, where the two members of Chimurenga Resistance (one of whom is Tendai Maraire of Shabazz Palaces) have their respective roots. This half-hour EP is packed with energetic elements from hip-hop, ...view item »


‘Aa’ is the long awaited debut album from 26 year old Portuguese New Yorker and contemporary urban dance music warrior Baauer, aka Harry Rodrigues. With the special guests list featuring the likes of Future, Pusha T, M.I.A, Novelist, Leikeli47, Rustie and Tirzah, ‘Aa’ is a bold sonic document of Baauer’s NY rap and ...view item »

Ghostface Killah
Return Of The Savage / King Of New York

Adrian Younge’s recent epic album 12 Reasons To Die II featured Ghostface Killah alongside old flames like Raekwon and RZA, working to tell t...view item »

Saul Williams

On MartyrLoserKing Saul Williams continues to pursue his unique blend of hip-hop, global sounds, spoken word and dense political rock. He borrows from a diverse range of genres, but joins the dots with his urgent vocals. On this vinyl LP and CD from Fader Label he also brings a range of guests, including Emily K...view item »

Wu-Tang Clan
The W

The W is the third studio album by the world's baddest Hip Hop group Wu-Tang Clan. Released in 2000, the album debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200, and instantly topped the R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart after release. Containing the hit "Gravel Pit", the album was certified Platinum a few months later. After ...view item »

Lushlife + CSLSX

Lushlife produces and raps, and duo of CSLSX, whose name is apparently pronounced ‘Casual Sex’, co-produce. The results are cinematic, grand, shiny, like a well-washed humvee sliding down the midnight streets of Los Angeles. Some especially impressive material from Lushlife here: ...view item »

Money Folder

A selection of highlights from that glorious modern classic Madvillainy. The slick-flowing collaboration between MF Doom and Madlib should not need any introduction, but if they are new to you, dive in this re-pressed 12”! Money Folder and ‘America’s Most Blunted’ are ea...view item »


First up Fog with their new album 'Ditherer' on Lex. A rocky guitary album. Lots of tune ideas indeed. A softer Nivarna sound. Actually its got quite a wide range of ideas led by Andrew Broder's nasal vocals as it swings from stoner rock to prog rock. Yes it's good. Phil Elverum, Andrew Bird, Low, and Dosh all appear on the new album, as well as ...view item »


Fold are a quartet from Leeds who mix hip-hop, funk, jazz and a teeny bit of psychedelic rock to produce a slick and confident sound. They have played gigs with and remixed the music of Public Service Broadcasting. Their self-titled debut, over its ten tracks, contemplates the importance of the life lessons not ...view item »

Roots Manuva

Bleeds is Roots Manuva’s first album since 2011’s 4evereveloution. Manuva has jokingly suggested that the title refers to the fact that he is ready to bleed for his art. It is also thought that the title refers to his melding of genres from hip-hop to techno, to funk and reggae - th...view item »

Riot Boi

With a mixtape on his own imprint Camp & Street and releases on Boysnoize and Terrible Records, it’s debut album time for New York based Le1f. Known for his odd productions there are some heavy hitters on here, including SOPHIE, Evian Christ, and Lunice. Head-boppers a...view item »

E s t a r a

LA producer and artist Mtendere Mandowa hits us with his latest full length on Brainfeeder Records, following on from the brilliant ‘Ardour’ released way back in 2010. This latest album ‘Estara’ sees Teebs in a rather meditative form, a cool floaty sort of Boards Of Canada ...view item »

Nightmares On Wax
Smokers Delight

The Nightmares on Wax re-issue campaign wouldn't be complete without this, their most well known and well regarded album. As our customer reviewer Andrew righty points out, this was the album they went from bleep to bong and is full of classic mid 90's style laid-back smoky grooves. ...view item »

401-500 of 757 items. « Prev  Next »

Show page list »
Show filters »