This diverse production and sharp lyrical feast resonate K-Lash s trademark status as a lyrical connoisseur and one of the pioneers of the UK hip hop scene. It s what old fans will love and new fans will enjoy. Four words : beats, bars, flows, jokes.
Dat Time sets the undertone for the album with heavyweight producer Beat Butcha providing that raw gritty beat which will have you snapping your neck in agreement with every drum kick and snare. K-Lash equally brings fire to this track with punchlines galore and an intoxicating chorus, making it a certified anthem this year.
In contrast there are songs like Got To Be Right, produced by Show And Prove, with its soulful almost West Coast classic laid back vibe, sprinkled with Klash s descriptive word play and effortless delivery. It will transport the listener back to that Sagas feel, but with a new found energy.
Ftlt , the title track for the album, features production from up and coming producer B Clever, who K-Lash met in Portishead through fate. They have been working closely ever since, and Ftlt' has all the ingredients needed for a classic underground hit. Raw intro, raw beat, raw bars...check, check, check. Banger!
The album also features production from DJ Whoo Kid & Red Spyda, Beat Butcher, Last Resort and more. This is a confident comeback that illustrates Klashnekoff s legendary status and assertive originality. He describes it as new energy, same essence.
Classic production and lionhearted lyrics, juxtaposed with an array of effortlessly comical skits make Ftlt an impressive addition to Klashnekoff s catalogue, showcasing all his different talents. Here is an accomplished artist that can produce seriously good music without taking himself too seriously. And the album speaks for itself.
There's no theme to the album, just vibes. Half of it was made in London when I was thinking a bit more introspective, and the other half when I was outside London and more relaxed. So it s a combination of both vibes, but more to the point it s just good music. Ftlt..F*** The Long Talk!
Tracklisting: 1. Intro 2. Dat Time 3. Wobble Wobble [Skit] 4. Brand New Day 5. Do It Like 6. Clear My Throat [Freestyle] 7. Got To Be Right 8. FTLT 9. DJ Meloss Part 1[Skit] 10. Match Time 11. DJ Meloss Part 2 [Skit] 12. Stick N Move 13. In At The Deep End 14. Life In The Bits 15. Battle 16. Cause & Effect ft Gentleman [Freestyle] 17. Heed My
"Tyndir, a norse word for fallowed ground, speaks of the tension between nature and man and the realization that nature will ultimately reclaim all that man claims sacred. The music, at times melancholy and restrained and, at others, urgent and aggressive, illustrates the growth of the band and while still solidly rooted in the black metal tradition explores the fringes of other genres that surround it."
Tracklisting: Side A: 1. Hyperion 2. Light Of A Dead Star 3. Wind And Rain
Side B: 4. Woodland Rebirth 5. Empty Hands Grasping
Swiss black metal with members of Ungfell and Urgeist. Kvelgeyst was originally called into life in 2015 to delve into the most obscure practices known to man in pursuit of a universal solvent, the alkahest.
Their thorough search for transmutations has been molded into the form of wicked riff-craft and otherworldly, musical chaos.
Kvelgeyst is: Urgeist - Guitars, Vocals Meister T. - Bass, Vocals, Synths V. Knüppelknecht – Drums.
Alkahest was recorded in H.U.C. crypt in 2018.
Mixed by Kerberos and Meister T. Mastered by Andreas Rosczyk at Goblin Sound.
Tracklisting: 1. Basilisk – Im Angesicht Des Schattenwichts 2. Miasma – Vor Flirrenden Götzen In Stickigen Grotten 3. In Der Hölle Trieft Der Gran 4. Demiurg – Denaturierung Holobiont 5. Alkahest – In Schall Und Rauch Zerflossen 6. Sefiroth – Schalenleib Des Welten-Alls
“After a solid debut and two highly promising EP’s, Nucleus have fully realized their sound and created an album that not only captures the esoteric terror of much of the classic Finnish death metal sound but also forged their own distinct path… If you like early 90’s death metal not just when it was rotten and savage but also just out of this world and bewildering, Entity is so far 2019’s go to album.” – Toilet Ov Hell