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Adam and Cuth – Formwork

adamcuthUK hip hoppers Adam and Cuth are back with their debut full length album, “Formwork”.
Cuth’s production is soulful, dusty hip hop, along with latin, prog rock influences, while Adam expands on his unique rapping style and poetry.
Guest spots come from Dizraeli and Frankie Stew and Vecks, both fitting perfectly into the overall sound and vibe of the album.
Adam and Cuth have craved out their own path and sound within what we call UK hip hop, making an interesting, entertaining and unique album that deserves to be heard by the masses.
Released 20th July, order your copy on limited LP, CD or digital HERE.
Check out this little promo video they duo have made for the album.

Adam and Cuth – The Look Up

UK duadamo Adam and Cuth are back with a new track, ‘The Look Up’.
Featuring a hefty, soulful beat and Adams unique rhyme still, ‘The Look Up’ is a great taste of what to expect from their forthcoming album, ‘The Formwork’.
This new single is available for download as well as a limited 7″ single on the Mondegreen Soho Records label.
Grab the single and check out the new video below.

 

Adam & Cuth – Life Goes On

Adam and Cuth give us this brand new track and video as a little thank you to all that have supported their excellent, “The Letters EP”. You can still download the EP for a grand total of 0 pence from their bandcamp page.
With an album on its way in the near future, I look forward to hearing more from the Brighton duo.

Adam & Cuth – The Letters EP

I recently discadam cuthovered “The Letters” EP by UK hip hoppers Adam & Cuth. Having not heard of them before I discovered Adam, better known as Adam the Rapper, is well-known on the battle rap scene, check him out on the Don’t Flop youtube channel. Not being the biggest battle rap fan in the world, I was pleasantly surprised by “The Letters” EP. Adams style is a cross between street urchin, Task Force-esque, uk street poet and chilled out hippie, vagabond, folk musician. One of the main things I like about Adams style is, it’s his own style and completely unapologetic about it. He is not afraid to talk about issues that go against the grain of your typical UK hip hopper. You can tell the boy loves poetry and he’s not afraid to use it, in an intelligent and fun manner.
Cuth takes care of the production, mixing up soulful rhythms firmly founded in the golden era of hip hop, yet still looking to the future. Funk, soul, hints of electronica, it’s all in there for your listening pleasure.
The EP is available now for Name Your Price download on their bandcamp page, but for a mere £6 you can own your own physical copy on CD.

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