We saw the potential some three years ago when he graced the stage at Suspect Packages Live back in December 2011. Now after a few years on his grind London emcee Onoe Caponoe looks set to see some more well deserved limelight, he's now signed with High Focus Records for the release of his forthcoming Voices From Planet Cattele album, due for release at the end of January. The whole album is produced by the one like Chemo, and features one guest, Jehst. Get to know 'bout the funklord himself by checking the video below, a pre-order comes to SP soon yo.
Rounding off the years releases with a brand new heater from B-Line Recordings, a double sided Whirlwind D 7" pressed onto white vinyl and coming in a full colour cover. The dope neck snapper Time Waits For No Man / One Two ft. Rola.
One of the many stand out cuts from the recently released Killer Combo! album, here's a new video for Pete Cannon & Dr Syntax's Middle Class Problems.
Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year to all our customers! We're taking a few days break but will be back mailing orders Monday the 29th. Until then, enjoy some festive music, Disorda stylee...
> Sonny Bradshaw Seven – Peace And Love
> Lee Scratch Perry & Sandra Robinson – Merry Christmas, Happy New Year
> Kiddus I – Love Child
> Washington And Clarke – Happy Christmas
> Lloyd Brown – Silent Night
> Tennesee Brown & The Silvertones – Little Drummer Boy
> Jacob Miller – Wish You A Merry Christmas
> Dobby Dobson – White Christmas
> Beres Hammond – Winter Wonderland
> Frankie Paul – Oh, Holy Night
> Sugar Minott – Christmas Time
> Sanchez – Christmas In The Air
> Yellowman – 12 Days Of Christmas
> Cocoa Tea – Christmas Melody
> Wayne Wonder & Baby Cham - Warm Jamaican Christmas
> Yellowman – Jamaica, Jamaica, We Don’t Got No Snow
> A.R.P. – Little Drummer Boy
> Yellowman – Breadfruit Roasting On An Open Fire
> Jacob Miller & Ray I – Silver Bells
> Rudi Davis – Driving Home For Christmas
A very limited amount of the new Sublime Wizardry 7" have just landed into the SP Bunker, Brighton's Remarkable 1 & One Native Son form the group alongside Hamburg producer Merlin. Here they mash it up proper with Keep Livin' ft. Exile, a run of 100 red marble 7"s coming encased in a super fresh graf fold out cover. Very tasty, check the video once again if ya missed it a few weeks back.
We love Bristol's Gorgon Sound in here, full on soundsystem murder, cranking it up to levels unheard before. Here we have one half of Gorgon Sound, Kahn, with a heavyweight remix 12" to his recently released cuts Dread b/w Late Night Blues (Gorgon Sound Versions). I mean seriously, if this doesn't move you there's issues. Tunn up!
Fresh outta the De Facto Entertainment label comes the all new solo offering FarmFoodz from Bristol emcee Twizzy. Entirely produced by Task Force veteran Farma G this 14 track album is taking us into 2015 nicely. A stellar set of tracks that kick well under Twiz's style and pattern, good to go! Vocal guests also include Verb T, Genesis Elijah, Farma G, M.A.B. and Jinxsta JX.
Dandelion & Nubiya of The Hempolics get busy with some positive vibrations on Life Ain't Easy, their first single from the forthcoming album due Summer 2015. A solid cut right here that also features a Dubmatix remix on the flipside, some seriously nice sounds to warm up the winter. Check the video too.
Up there with the greats, this album for us has gotta be one of the best this year, from the Kill Money production, the on point rhyme schemes and content, guest features, videos and overall concept. Manchester's Burgundy Blood has been around for tiiiime, you just didn't know, or maybe you did? Either way, check out the badness of Suede Comet right now and make sure this double gatefold greatness isn't slept on. There's possibly a CD version coming in the new year too. All pre-orders left today.
Fresh outta Leeds comes the debut solo album from Daddy Abe, From Alpha To Omega, a conscious thought provoking upliftment of homegrown Hip Hop with injections of Dub and Dancehall. A seriously fine tuned and polished piece of work that consists of 15 tracks with production from the likes of Sonar Cousin, Bambooman and High Pressure Soundsystem amongst others. Plus extra vocal weight from Jamaica's St Matthew, Jonny Alpha, Testament and more. The perfect time of year to unleash this slice of realism, please check it.
Another jammie lifted off the forthcoming Burgundy Blood Suede Comet album (which we should have in stock at the end of this week by the way), the Konny Kon & Chalk featuring Out The Box cut, which also opened up this months Suspect Packages Radio Show. Big joint, big album, big everything.
Here's an exclusive mix i've laid down for this coming Friday's CAN'T STOP WON'T STOP jam in Nottingham. Gonna be live-o yo, reach if you're in the area! Enjoy the mix...
> The Mouse Outfit ft. Sparkz & Dubbul O – Who Gwan Test
> Rude Kid – Badness
> Lloyd Robinson – Cus Cus
> Footsie – Cus Cus Dub
> Kyza Smirnoff – Gunshotboom!
> BDP – Ya Know The Rules (Remix)
> Mad Lion – Take It Easy
> Poppa Bear Kool Breez & Baby Wise – Permanent
> J-Live – Satisfied?
> Wordsmith ft. Genesis Elijah – Trading Bars
> Mystro – Everywhere
> The Notorious B.I.G. – Respect (March 9 Remix)
> Tek – All Massive
> Foxy Brown – Oh Yeah
> King Tubby vs Wu Tang – Money Rules Everything Around Me
> Pete Rock ft. Chip Fu & Renee Neufville – Ready Fe War
> King General – Back And Belly
> Barry Isaac – Hooligan
> ECU – Rootsman
> Kion & Murda ft. Errol Dunkley – Dub Cinderella
> Schlachthofbronx – Fat Ting Remix
> Brother Culture – Sound Killer
Yet another sure shot in stock today, you may not know this crew from the early 90's but Neighbourhood Threat who consisted of members B-N-W, MC A.M., Royal T, Boy Wonder & DJ Ruthless caused a stir in 1993 when their three track white label landed, only a small amount of people heard this mind as it was only promoed to a few lucky people and then never got a full release. It was engineered by a then unknown Roots Manuva and well, that was it, nothing else. Until now, Fat Hop Records have managed to unearth another 3 tracks recorded before their promo 12" came out, and these sound just as ill!
Trust me this crew are so dope, i was one of the lucky ones to get the original promo 12" and have been itching for more material ever since, so you can imagine how excited I was to hear this gem was coming. We had to be stocking it, so ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the legendary Neighbourhood Threat EP, a six track vinyl coming with a full colour cover that also explains the groups history on the reverse. Niceness!
Yes indeed, the brand new 7" single from Kamanchi Sly outta the legendary Hijack crew is now with us, we're the only online store to be stocking this bad boy and trust me when I say this shit's the shit. Old skool meets new skool meets true skool ya get meh. Incredible MC is the self produced heat rock released on K-Sly's own Catalyst Recordings, it features the dett cuts of DJ's Shiver, Thor & J1200, and is mixed down by the one like Simon Harris, so ya know this sounds super dope right!? Get to know, here's the video again if you missed it the other day.
Tonight it's all about Doctors Orders' Hip Hop vs Dancehall event, myself alongside DJ MK and Charlie Dark at Trapeze in Shoreditch, London. Mixin' and blendin' the classics back to back...
Back with the drum and the bass, dancehall and rockers, roots and the steppas, strikly vinyl. Gun fingah.
> Little John – Smoke Ganja Hard (Hit Bound 10”)
> R. Lee Jackson – Special Request (J Culture 10”)
> Yellowman & Fathead – Hold Onto Your Woman (Jah Guidance 12”)
> Anthony Johnson – Chuckie No Lucky (Jammys LP)
> Edi Fitzroy – Youthman Penitentiary (Musical Ambassador 7”)
> Ranking Magnum – Rubadub Talker (Grimm Ben 7”)
> Little John – United We Stand Divided We Fall (Jah Guidance 12”)
> Michael Prophet – Love & Unity (Arrival 7”)
> Jah Walton – Top Rankin (Music World 7”)
> Mikey Dread – Jumping Master (Dread At The Controls 12”)
> Linval Thompson – Dem A Bawl (Thriller Music 7”)
> Al Campbell – Mouth Murder (Nura 7”)
> Josey Wales – Rocking Time (Power House7”)
> Tenor Saw – Cool And Loving (VP Music LP)
> Tuff Scout – Slingshot In Shepherds Bush (Tuff Scout LP)
> The Mighty Diamonds & Jah Stitch – Jah Jah Bless The Dradlocks (Justice 12”)
> Alric Forbes – Warn The Nation (Forbes Label 7”)
> Alric Forbes - Warning Version (Forbes Label 7”)
> Delton Screechie – Evil Woman (Nigger Kojak 7”)
> General Plough – One More River (Black Originator 7”)
> General Plough – One More River Version (Black Originator 7”)
> Pablo Moses – Give I Fe I Name (Rebirth Records 7”)
> The Messiah – I Soon Know (Observer Records 7”)
> Jah Bible – Babylon Fight Youth (Roots Tradition Sounds 7”)
> Twinkle Brothers – Never Get Burn (Virgin LP)
> Earth & Stone – Sweet Africa (Cha Cha Music LP)
> Scientist – Jah Life In Dub (Jah Life LP)
> Echotronix – Reconquering Lion (Benidub 10”)
> Dubkasm ft. Luciano – Jah Victory (Dubkasm Records 12”)
> Dubkasm ft. Turbulence – Right There (Dubkasm Records 12”)
> Alpha & Omega ft. Don Goliath & Dillinger – Roll River Jordan Roll (Zam Zam 7”)
> Alpha & Omega – Dub River (Zam Zam 7”)
Brand new badness from Real Life Drama Records in the building, the debut album from Smellington Piff entitled Notice Of Eviction, entirely produced by the one like Leaf Dog. Big tings, album's baaaad. Here's a new video to check too, Authentic Fakes featuring Rag N Bone Man.
Brand new and good for you, December's SUSPECT PACKAGES RADIO SHOW, let your friends know...
> Granville Sessions – Suspect Packages Radio Show Intro
> Burgundy Blood ft. Konny Kon & Chalk – Out The Box
> Jimmy James & GG Peney – Hyperfuse
> Joe Snow – Pusha Man
> Telemachus – Marriage
> Gutter Snypes – Whatyamindsay
> Danny Spice ft. Audessey & Mr Thing – Night Stalkers
> Jam Baxter – Everything
> Roots Manuva – The Lynch
> Blak Twang – Rhyming Is Forever
> Fliptrix ft. Chester P – Alchemical Vessel
> Lewis Parker – Play To Win Instrumental
> Smellington Piff – Be Humble
> Turroe – God Complex
> Mac McRaw ft. Audessey & Oxygen – B-Boy Bionics
> Joe Snow – Times Change
> Moose Funk Squad – Sunny Moose Land
> Luca Brazi ft. Oliver Sudden & Fourni P – Skills
> Fliptrix – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
> Verb T – Isn’t Clear
> Jam Baxter ft. Dirty Dike & DJ Sammy B-Side – Menu
> Mr Melta – Above The Clouds
> Smellington Piff – Blue Days Red Nights
> Turroe ft. Res & Datkid – Three The Hard Way
> Dirty Dike – Yesterday Instrumental
> Lee Scott ft. Black Josh – Ellesse, Ellesse
> The Journeymen – Brick By Brick
> Mas Law – Unlocked
> Telemachus – Land Snail
> Mac McRaw ft. Oxygen – Dust
> Jimmy James & GG Peney ft. Confucius MC – Gotham City Soliloquy
> Heavy Links – Natural Disasters (DJ Severe Remix)
> Inja – Nothings Changed
> Kamanchi Sly – Incredible MC
> MC’s Logik – Personal Vendetta
> Rhymeside – Critical
> Pride – The Beastman Cometh
Another Burgundy Blood sure shot, here's a video for One Word featuring King Cesar, lifted off the forthcoming Suede Comet album, get with it yo.
Telemachus returns from his travels in the Maghreb region of North Africa with this brand new album for YNR Productions entitled In Morocco, a splendid instrumental affair that carries all the flavours and sounds from the country and transports them into your own living room. Excellent stuff indeed, as ever.
We also have a bunch of YNR re-stocks too, his last album In The Evening, the Sheltering Sky 12" featuring Jehst & Jah Mirikle, and the Scarecrows 7" featuring Roc Marciano. Plus Micall Parknsun Me 7", Jehst The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family CD, The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family (Remixes) tape, Dynamite Sound 12", and G.A.M.E.O.V.E.R 7". And finally LG's The Mission 12", featuring Jehst, Micall Parknsun & Kashmere.
It took a minute, but finally with us on CD format is the killah Lewis Parker album, The Puzzle - Episode One... The Big Game. It was originally released in 2011 on double vinyl, and features the likes of Steele from Smif N Wessun, Tah Born, Dynas & Ace Lover, all representing lovely alongside Mr Parker. Such a dope album this one, and great to now have it on CD too.
Back on the shelf, more Mouse Outfit Escape Music cd's, and the very last of the double vinyl edition aswell, there's no more after this batch runs dry. We also have a stash of fresh stickers too, get in!
Bristol's Split Prophets link up with Montpellier / Marseille group Mer2Crew for this killah joint entitled Incorruptibles. Check check.
Some more uk skankers added back into the Reggae Related Releases section today, Adam Prescott Liberation Riddim 12", Alpha Steppa meets Joe Ariwa & Lee Scratch Perry Open Door 12", Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Tippa Irie Ruff Mi Tuff 12" & Soundsystem Champions CD, Jahtari Tann Up Solid 12", King General Long Long Time/They Say 10" and Danny T & Parly B Dreader Than Dread 7".
Due for release on the 2nd of January, we now have a pre-order in place for the all new solo offering from Defenders Of Style emcee Joe Snow and the Sense Outer Madness album. A sick collection of 12 new joints that brings that North Yorkshire Hip Hop bounce to the proceedings. Make sure you check for this, 'tis real dope yuh nuh.
Audio Danger follow the recently released ill slice of Moose Funk Squad with this killer Inja release, First World Living, another exclusive sure shot from the Cambridge based label. A massive head nod of lyrical illness including beat makers 184, Pierre Green, Sumgii, Bioviolence & Dan Gresham in the place, plus ultra slick vocalist Kimberley Newell. Each CD also comes with a free sticker, get to know, this is hype!
Due in stock mid January via Fresh Herring Records, we now have a pre-order set up for the awsome debut album Suede Comet from Manchester emcee Burgundy Blood. If you've been checking all the videos that have been dropping then you know this is the shit, and there's gonna be a video for every track, so check back here, here, here and here if you missed out. And check the new joint Phil Coffins below. A hugely dope album that also features Kool Keith, Sadat X, Meyhem Lauren, X-Ray, Konny Kon & Chalk. Big album!
Yes yo, High Focus Records back up in this mutha! The all new Jam Baxter album ...So We Ate Them Whole is now in stock, fully produced by the don dada Chemo aka Telemachus. Baxter goes the extra milage on this outing, fully focused, the artwork is heavy too! Check the new video below for the third track, Incoming. Support.
Introducing Mas Law, for those that don't know, here's a sneak preview from a forthcoming Shadow Player Records EP produced by Formula, get to know yo.