UK

HOLDIN’ COURT: THE NATURAL CURRICULUM LIVE IN LONDON   Friday 23rd, Free entry at Hysteria, Dalston. 
   Every once in a while, something special happens. A new direction is formed by person(s) thinking outside the box. Their approach, their sound, their ethos.   The Natural Curriculum are Aver, Billy Sykes, Dan Chalk, Paul Omas and beatboxer Jam.   Unique, distinctive and consistent are all words which can be used to describe the quality of their work to date. Still their back catalogue remains slept on - We’re hoping to help change that.   The crews most recent release was One For Being Me, rapper Dan Chalk’s solo album. It’s brilliantly honest and open. The production, pace and arrangement is excellent. Recently receiving heavy rotation on BBC 6music (thanks to Lauren Laverne), you won’t have heard anything quite like this in UK Hip-Hop. Go find it for yourself if you haven’t already. We think It’s sublime, we’re sure you’ll agree.   Joining members of TNC is someone else who has continued to deliver his own unique blend of distinctive, consistent production. Producer Sam Zircon has, in the past, collaborated with Cappo, Mnsr Frites (Granville Sessions), Stinkin’ Slumrok and most recently Parallax, who will be joining him on the night. His head nodding beats demonstrate an ability to create new classics (if he hasn’t already). Expect big things from this guy, he’s most certainly one to watch!   Parallax is a rapper/producer & engineer located in London. His focus is on bringing golden era Hip-Hop back through both raw beats and lyrical content. As testament, his recent track Hip-Hop Philosophy does just that!   
  thenaturalcurriculum.com

HOLDIN’ COURT: THE NATURAL CURRICULUM LIVE IN LONDON

Friday 23rd, Free entry at Hysteria, Dalston.

Every once in a while, something special happens. A new direction is formed by person(s) thinking outside the box. Their approach, their sound, their ethos.

The Natural Curriculum are Aver, Billy Sykes, Dan Chalk, Paul Omas and beatboxer Jam.

Unique, distinctive and consistent are all words which can be used to describe the quality of their work to date. Still their back catalogue remains slept on - We’re hoping to help change that.

The crews most recent release was One For Being Me, rapper Dan Chalk’s solo album. It’s brilliantly honest and open. The production, pace and arrangement is excellent. Recently receiving heavy rotation on BBC 6music (thanks to Lauren Laverne), you won’t have heard anything quite like this in UK Hip-Hop. Go find it for yourself if you haven’t already. We think It’s sublime, we’re sure you’ll agree.

Joining members of TNC is someone else who has continued to deliver his own unique blend of distinctive, consistent production. Producer Sam Zircon has, in the past, collaborated with Cappo, Mnsr Frites (Granville Sessions), Stinkin’ Slumrok and most recently Parallax, who will be joining him on the night. His head nodding beats demonstrate an ability to create new classics (if he hasn’t already). Expect big things from this guy, he’s most certainly one to watch!

Parallax is a rapper/producer & engineer located in London. His focus is on bringing golden era Hip-Hop back through both raw beats and lyrical content. As testament, his recent track Hip-Hop Philosophy does just that!

thenaturalcurriculum.com

Timeless with the words of beats 
 We’re dead proud of our friends IMS and Joey Menza for dropping this excellent video to accompany their track  Mercury  this summer.  The track originally featured on the album  Alpha Coda , the slept on UK Hip-Hop release they put out last year.. 
 Above are a couple of stills but you should go see for yourself  (link below) .  Shout to Starch Records TV and the videos director Monte. 
 In terms of a prospective audience, we’re hoping that this video will breathe new life in to certainly one of the better collaborative albums of 2011 and look forward to hearing much more from the  Ill Move Sporadic  Camp soon! 
 Watch the Video   HERE   Check the Album   HERE

Timeless with the words of beats

We’re dead proud of our friends IMS and Joey Menza for dropping this excellent video to accompany their track Mercury this summer.  The track originally featured on the album Alpha Coda, the slept on UK Hip-Hop release they put out last year..

Above are a couple of stills but you should go see for yourself (link below).  Shout to Starch Records TV and the videos director Monte.

In terms of a prospective audience, we’re hoping that this video will breathe new life in to certainly one of the better collaborative albums of 2011 and look forward to hearing much more from the Ill Move Sporadic Camp soon!

Watch the Video HERE
Check the Album HERE