Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: SEPTEMBER

In what was a fruitful month for the field, the likes of slowthai, Lord Apex and Octavian all released projects that further pushed the envelope of what British rappers are doing at the moment. slowthai, with his energetic explosion of modern Britishness, put out his Runt EP and exercised it on tour, whilst Octavian, hotly-tipped for some kind of world domination, did the same with his ultra-modern mixtape, Spaceman. Our … Continue reading Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: SEPTEMBER

Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: August

Bit of a mad summer, that, wasn’t it? Offie Mag-wise, August was probably the best month of the lot, too.  It took us to Amsterdam where we flexed our press pass muscles at Appelsap Festival and also showcased some of the UK’s finest underground music on Red Light Radio. Then we dropped our first t-shirt which, barring literally two small size shirts remaining in a … Continue reading Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: August

5 MINUTES WITH… WUNDROP & KEMASTRY

In Frosty Raps: The Tales of Huff Jenk and King Long, these two Yogocop artists released one of the grittiest British hip-hop records of the year. Made in just a couple months and entirely produced by Wundrop, he and Kemastry spoke to Offie Mag about how it was made, why Frosty Jacks is a special drink and what Brighton is like to live and make … Continue reading 5 MINUTES WITH… WUNDROP & KEMASTRY