Wednesday, October 26 2011
British rap elder statesman’s sixth proper album offers tight grooves, adequate rhymes, and inherent spottiness.
Monday, August 24 2009
Friday, April 24 2009
Monday, February 2 2009
The first album from The Brighton Port Authority (aka Fatboy Slim, aka Norman Cook) is pretty stupid. But also pretty fun.
Thursday, July 17 2008
With only a flimsy $15 tent and wellington boots for protection, PopMatters’ Cole Stryker avoided Amy Winehouse’s punches, the mud, and John Mayer, at the annual global gathering that is the Glastonbury Festival.
Tuesday, April 29 2008
The U.S. re-release of Dizzee's latest album still feels as exciting and vital as it did when it first came out last year.
Monday, April 14 2008
Wednesday, March 19 2008
Tuesday, June 12 2007
Dizzee Rascal manages to outdo himself on Maths & English, releasing one of the best and most challenging hip-hop albums in recent memory.
Friday, May 13 2005
Indie kids are not enough. UK grime will get lost as a minute blip unless it manages to infiltrate the hip-hop scene that helped spawn it.