Earl, arguably one of the lesser known artists to arise from the fame of rap supergroup Odd Future. An underlying dark tone makes Earl’s music somewhat hard to stomach, yet extremely rewarding. Making him, in my opinion, one of the most cutting edge rappers in todays game. To celebrate his excellence, and to coincide with our Odd Future week, I have decided to bring you my 10 personal favourite Earl Sweatshirt songs. Continue reading “Top 10 Earl Sweatshirt Songs”
When Viberant said they were looking for writers I offered to help out to put a different spin on what they do. We all have different opinions and I use this platform to bring something different to the table. Hopefully you can learn a bit more about that through my Viberant profile. Continue reading “Viberant Profile Round 2: Sam Bennison”
In most cases, a soundtrack can completely make or break a video game. As we all know, if a game is not dripping with immersion, a lot of the time its not worth playing. Whether the music: builds tension, gives a sense of pace or just keeps the brain ticking. It can be argued that a soundtrack is essential to make a game truly great. This is why we have selected our top 5 favourite original game soundtracks especially for your reading pleasure.
MF DOOM, MM FOOD… Where do I start? After releasing many different bodies of work, under many many different aliases including Viktor Vaughan and King Geedorah, MM FOOD (2004) is the second studio album by the UK born rapper MF DOOM (Who, as of February 2018 has over 1,000,000 monthly listeners on Spotify).