Five Offie Mag Radio shows from the archive…

Ahead of our ambitious and slightly stupid attempt to broadcast 24 hours of Offie Mag Radio this weekend, allow us to whet the whistle with five steaming hot cups of Offie Mag Radio from the archive. It’s an archive that stretches back to 2017 and the days of University of Sussex’s own radio station, where we made our on-air debuts. Chatting shit, eating snacks and … Continue reading Five Offie Mag Radio shows from the archive…

We’re doing a 24-hour Offie Mag Radio show to launch ISSUE FIVE

Yes, we are doing a 24-hour Offie Mag Radio show to launch ISSUE FIVE of OFF Licence Magazine. Our milestone FIFTH issue is ready to share with the world and what with social distancing and all, we can’t exactly be having the usual launch party, can we? So we’re taking over Platform B for 24-hours instead. That’s right, 24-hours of Offie Mag Radio. We’ve got … Continue reading We’re doing a 24-hour Offie Mag Radio show to launch ISSUE FIVE

Something that is old Thursdays: Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt (1996)

On June 25th 1996, Jay-Z’s debut album Reasonable Doubt. It was a time way, way before he was the only rapper that yer nan’s heard of and yet Jay-Zed sounded like the finished product right from the jump. As far as regal drug-dealer rap goes, Reasonable Doubt is still sat on a throne of cash, ashing a cigar onto a promo versionĀ  Nas’ It Was … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt (1996)

NiNE8 Collective’s Mac Wetha, has released almost two hours worth of beats for a quid…

Well, it’s 113 minutes and 53 seconds to be precise, but please don’t get it twisted, Mac Wetha’s Greatest Hits 1-4 is packed full of Biig Piig instrumentals, NiNE8 instrumentals, and a whole heap of unreleased heat. He’s surely one of the most outstanding producers in London, nay, maybe even in the country. His greatest hits are not to be sniffed at either. He shows … Continue reading NiNE8 Collective’s Mac Wetha, has released almost two hours worth of beats for a quid…