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T.M.C - Tyler The Creator

T.C.M - The Criminal Minds Artist T.M.C
Title The Criminal Minds
Label Rephlex
Rugged, Raw, Rapid and Ruthless, like a British Public Enemy perhaps, TCM rank alongside legends of Britcore Hip Hop such as Hijack, The Demon Boyz & Silvah Bullet. Their previous records are certainly among the rarest in the genre and their message not as widely heard… but that is about to change with the release of this compilation of their back catalog, associated projects and previously unreleased tracks.
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Price: £11.99


Tempest, Kate - Everybody Down Artist Kate Tempest
Title Everybody Down
Label Big Dada
Kate Tempest is best known as a poet, perhaps a performance poet or a spoken word artist. She has a novel coming out next year with Bloomsbury. But ask Kate what she is and she’s more likely to say she’s a rapper who writes. That’s her first love. Listen to her voice, her cadences, the accent, and you’ll hear more of Skinnyman than Seamus Heaney, a veteran of Deal Real’s legendary Friday night rap battles but also someone at home doing a book reading at Foyles.

Kate Tempest understands the story rhyme, loves it. Which is why Everybody Down is something like a “novel rhyme” – twelve ‘chapters’ telling one long, complex story, a unique, one-off project, almost unique in the history of the form.
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Price: £14.99

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Tempest, Kate - Let Them Eat Chaos Artist Kate Tempest
Title Let Them Eat Chaos [Mercury Music Prize Nominee 2017]
Label Fiction
Kate Tempest started out when she was 16, and over ten years later she is a published playwright, novelist, poet and respected recording artist. Her work includes Balance, her first album with band Sound of Rum; Everything Speaks in its Own Way her first collection of poems, the critically acclaimed plays Wasted, Glasshouse and Hopelessly Devoted. Brand New Ancients, her self-performed epic poem to a live score, won the Ted Hughes prize 2013 and the Herald Angel at Edinburgh Fringe. Her second collection of poetry, Hold Your Own was published by Picador on the back of being selected as a Next Generation Poet by the Poetry Society. In 2014, the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize nominated album Everybody Down was released and has achieved widespread critical acclaim.

CD or Heavyweight vinyl, gatefold sleeve + insert + MP3


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Price: £9.99

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Price: £22.99


Themselves - Crowns Down Artist Themselves
Title CrownsDown
Label Anticon
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Price: £14.99

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Price: £9.99


Transplants - Transplants Artist Transplants
Title Transplants
Label Hellcat
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Price: £8.99


Tribe Called Quest, A - We Got It From Here... ThankYou 4 Your Service Artist A Tribe Called Quest
Title We Got It From Here... ThankYou 4 Your Service [STAFF TOP 10s 2016 - Andrew]
Label Epic
Just when it looked like The Avalanches had the ’unlikely comeback of the year’ award sewn up, legendary hip hop ensemble A Tribe Called Quest return with their first album in eighteen years, months after the death of group member Phife Dawg. Recorded at Q-Tip’s home studio after the group’s reunion on Jimmy Fallon, the set sees Q-Tip, Phife and Jarobi swapping the mic at will, exchanging couplets and finishing each other’s lines like they’d never been apart. Musically, "We Got It From Here..." finds the group flipping their well loved jazz samples into contemporary arrangements alive with collaborative performances from a whole host of A-list guests, while the free flowing lyrics meditate on culture, sociology and the total shit show which is US politics. As a longtime fan of ATCQ, I’d have been happy with a decent rehash of their early nineties stylings, but "We Got It From Here" excels with modern production and pointed subject matter, serving up a stinging critique of society’s ills over the most infectious grooves. Simply put, it’s a masterpiece.
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Price: £18.99

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Price: £10.99


Tricky - False Idols Artist Tricky
Title False Idols
Label !K7
Tricky is back. Back with a new studio album, False Idols, and his own label (also bearing the False Idols name), but also back in a personal sense. “I was lost for ages”, he says. “I was trying to prove something to people, trying to do something to please other people and also myself at the same time, which is never going to work. To be honest with you, I’ve been floating around since Chris Blackwell and Island. My last two albums, I thought they were good, but I realise now they weren’t. This album is about me finding myself again.”
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Price: £10.99

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Price: £19.99


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