JyellowL – Nuh Fi Hurt Me (top) and Spooky (above).
Phil Udell writes:
Fresh from being picked as one of 2018’s most promising new acts by The Thin Air and State.ie, as well as an astonishing show at Whelan’s Ones To Watch, Dublin rapper JyellowL has released two new videos from his debut Bulletproof EP.
While the tracks may be of different styles (showcasing the softer and harder side of his music), the videos act as companion pieces – telling the story of confronting your demons, conquering them before eventually becoming them.
Syntax suffices and hits this time
Your semantics practiced is in decline Your pedantic static enterprise. Is a tantrum: that of a neglected child.
Bray rapper Leigh Michael goes below the fold in Acapella Archive, episode 18.
Today’s episode is a response to a comment hinting at the ‘private language’ and ‘Chinese Room’ arguments for potential philosophical themes to explore in verse. I’m also going to take the opportunity to explore the nature of online commenting.
At Good Name in the Bernard Shaw, South Richmond Street, Dublin 2
Des Garvey writes:
Two of Dublin’s most promising MCs join us for a double-headliner on November 16..
Luka Palm; We first heard Luka at a Softboy Records label party at Good Name last year and were blown away by a young lyricist broadcasting an intellect well beyond his years. Don’t miss a rare performance from someone you’ll be hearing a lot more from in 2018.
Bobby Basil; Having enjoyed success with the mighty Dah Jevu and dropping some well-received collaborations with Wastefellow, Bobby is gearing up for some fresh releases in early 2018.
I’m delighted to share with you episode 16 of ‘A Capella Archive’ – ‘Biro-technics’. In this episode I return to my word play ground to have fun with writing metaphors, expressing my technique with an inter-changeable flow. Hope you like it.