New Offie Mag Radio featuring a chinwag with dereck d.a.c.. Continue reading Offie Mag Radio featuring dereck d.a.c. (May 29th)
Brighton’s dereck d.a.c. is back with a brand new EP. Continue reading dereck d.a.c. releases new EP, blue.
A new name written in the foam of Brighton & Hove’s bubbling hip-hop scene, is Good Boyz. They’re putting on events that only cost 3 quid to go to and are held in small venues like this one at The Pipeline. A celebration of dereck d.a.c.’s debut EP, the line-up was made up of homegrown Brightonian talents. Photos by Greg Stanley. Continue reading IN PICTURES: Good Boyz (featuring dereck d.a.c. and Loot Camp)
Welcome to BURR. Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar. In this series, Brighton hip-hop DJ, Matt ‘Brickcellphone’ Leppier, is chatting to some of the underground rap talent on his radar. It’s as simple as that. Follow him @brickcellphone and listen to him spin some of these artists on Offie Mag Radio. Next up on the underground rap radar is dereck dac, someone we’ve known about for a while. Since … Continue reading BURR 29: dereck d.a.c.
Offie Mag Radio continues to thrive in the face of adversity – still managing to get you your weekly fix of radio. This week is no exception. Again, we recorded this one in two parts, one part is a mix from our own in-house DJ, Brickcellphone, who plays a grand selection of the underground, both old and new, with tracks from The VV Experience, Ebi … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio on Balamii (May 2020)
Brickcellphone’s Underground Rap Radar focusses on Skinnyville. Continue reading B.U.R.R. #40: Skinnyville
As we enter March, let us hope that we’ve now seen the back end of Storm Ciara, Dennis, Tom, Dick and Harry. Our February ‘gigs what we like the look of’ included more gentle noise from the likes of Joe Armon-Jones at Patterns (which was uplifting), Kymara at Bees Mouth (which was wholesome) and MIKE, Jadasea, v7 and Medhane on Lewes Road… which was unreal. … Continue reading March: Gigs what we like the look of…
Right, 2019 is over and here is our favourite music of the year. All the music is either from the UK or Ireland, crossing a few genres and styles across rap and jazz, mainly. Even though the Offie Mag Radio Awards are obviously the most esteemed awards in the music industry, there can of course be no right or wrong list of the best music … Continue reading Offie Mag Radio Awards 2019: Music of the Year