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Isolation. Misanthropy. Self-hatred. No, this isn’t a recap of Noisey’s famed One Man Metal, but one of the most criminally slept-on young artists to emerge from the cloud rap scene. OmenXIII, whose name, age, and origin prove even more evasive than the identity of Scott Conner himself, has become an

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There’s a thread that seems to run throughout nearly every genre of music—a desire to escape your hometown that runs as deep as the pride for the land that’s served as the flint of the artistic fire. As a breathing, scene-spanning beast, punk-influenced hip-hop duo $uicideboy$ is perhaps the most

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So it’s been a long ass winter ov discontent here in Glasgow. I haven’t posted much here as I’ve been battling the flu and cold, but as always lots ov rad music has landed at my door so I’m just going to gather it all here in a big catch

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While you may associate enchantment with the occult and a preference for social isolation with extreme metal, alternative hip-hop’s Wicca Phase Springs Eternal suggests that darkness can be translated through the beat of a different drum. Branching off from indie rock’s more conventionally alternative route (a truthful oxymoron), the man

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What did your Wicca phase look like? Did you draw pentagrams on the paper tablecloths at your Grandma’s Macaroni Grill turn up? Did you buy used spell books from the girl with the shaved head at your school’s gay-straight alliance meeting? After smelling said books, did you bury them deep

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Check out this new documentary called  Death Row Chronicles that breaks down the demise of one of Hip Hop’s greatest labels. Part 1 focuses on the Boogie Man of the West Coast, Suge Knight. It trips me out watching a film like this, because it brings me back to a certain

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