Son Raw deconstructs the new album from The Alchemist & Oh No, which focuses on Hip Hop’s aesthetic of the broken, invoking the genre's long tradition of B-Boy outcasts.
Yousef Srour serves up the latest edition of Bay Area Type beat – highlighting new heat from Oakland's Mitchell, EBK Trey B rapping over baile funk, new Yatta and more.
Harley Geffner serves up the latest edition of The Rap-Up – rounding up new tunes from the newest Dog Shit Militia signee, Ralfy The Plug, German rap via BOONDAWG and more.
Steven Louis checks in with the rising West Coast star to discuss self-trained musicianship, the science of popularity and the lonely glow of that computer screen.
Donald Morrison serves up the latest Rap-Up, highlighting new music from Aflacko, the latest frenzy from RXKNephew, Yhapojj's new danceable track and more.
For the latest edition of Set Piece, Miguelito gives the definitive Champions League predictions, highlights the perfectly-timed release of Death at the Derby's new single, Bayer Leverkusen's dominance in the Bundesliga and more.
Michael McKinney shines some light on the most captivating DJ sets of the past month – featuring Baptist Goth, Identified Patient, Rey Colino and more.
For the latest edition of We Outside, Pranav Trewn dives into the unfortunate sentiment felt across the entertainment industry – uninspired nostalgia leads to easy money.
For the latest edition of Soundcheck, Donna-Claire highlights FearDorian's unwavering clarity across his debut album –– backed by experimental vocal manipulations and lush production.
Oumar Saleh speaks to the legendary sibling producer duo about their upcoming album Stifled Creativity, what they've learned after being in the game for 30 years, nearly getting to work with 2Pac and more.