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  1. I thought I Lost My Body was brilliant. A real beauty of a film. Maybe even my film of the year.
  2. 01 - Kemba - Gilda 02 - Murkage Dave -& Manga Saint Hilare - We Need to Look After Us 03 - Kano - Hoodies All Summer 04 - Dreamville - Revenge of the Dreamers III 05 - Dope Lemon - Smooth Big Cat ---- Tyler the Creator - Igor DJ Shadow - Hak Baker - Babylon Little Simz - GREY Area ---------- - Mark Ronson - Late Night Feelings - DIIV - Deceiver Will come back to this list.
  3. Sapa

    This is Hip-Hop.

    Remember this dude from Future Islands? He's releasing a "rap" album later this month. I actually really like it. Was shocked to find out it was him. Hemlock Ernst - Down
  4. Sapa

    This is Hip-Hop.

    Really liking the new Ocean Wisdom mixtape. Couple of my highlights..
  5. Sapa

    This is Hip-Hop.

    One of the better tracks from the many I found through watching the latest series of Top Boy.
  6. Going to have to go through this topic and see what else I can discover.
  7. Australian bands make up a crazy percentage of some of my favourite music from the past few years. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Royal Headache, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Phantastic Ferniture, Pond, Tame Impala, (and some tracks from the other TI collaborations), Nick Cave's Skeleton Tree even. Not all released in last few years but all new discoveries to me thanks to Spotify.
  8. Has there been any 'build up', 'behind the scenes', 'training' documentaries aired following Khabib or McGregor? Something along the lines of the HBO boxing 24/7 ones
  9. Sapa

    This is Hip-Hop.

    How the hell did I miss this guy? I only discovered him recently after watching the Akala Presents: The Ruins of Empire (brilliant btw). Amazing flow and lyric content. Love it. If your a fan, what albums/tracks should I check out?
  10. Sapa

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    Listening to Dr. Octagon got me thinking about what great 90s albums I'm missing out on that I haven't listened to for a while, or missed at the time. The only two that are fairly regular in my playlist are Liquid Swords and Deltron 3030, if I can include it (released 2000).
  11. Sapa

    This is Hip-Hop.

    Looking forward to the new Dr. Octagon album. Dr. Octagonecologyst was the soundtrack to many a stoned evening at friend's houses as a youth. 22 years ago!
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