Stay inside with Earl Sweatshirt and remember Craig Mack from A Week In Hip Hop.
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Peach Pit, Snoop Dogg, Allah Lahs, Logic and the Black Keys in this week's Youtube Funk Files.
Cee Lo, Pouya, U-God, Ocean Wisdom and Rapsody from A Week In Hip Hop.
TNC's Weekly Playlist brings you a carefully cultivated list of high quality new musical tracks from the last week blended across the finest genres and with nothing but the utmost standards in aural excellence.
Goodie Mob, Camp Lo, Aretha Franklin and Django Reinhardt from this week's Funk Files.
Pouya, Pell and Busta Rhymes from A Week In Hip Hop.
Stay on the buzz of all the new tunes that are too cool to get played on the radio with TNC's 27fm Weekly Playlist. Doing all the hard work for ya, mate. No worries.
Frank Zappa, Lorde, Schoolboy Q, The Kooks, Weezer and DMX from the Funk Files.
What's been spinning in TNC Headquarters lately? Here are February's recommended new album releases, hot off the headphones. Tuck yourself away for a day and absorb them all, whynot.
Logic, Kendrick Lamar, Gunplay, Nipsey Hussle, DangerDOOM from A Week In Hip Hop.
Here's a bunch of stuff to listen to. Why no go and listen to it? Brand new tunes from the last week that you don't need us to explain to you, just slap on the 'phones and see what clicks.
Hot Boy$, EarthGang, Jimi Hendrix, Dido, Jack Johnson, Isaiah Rashad, Joss Stone, Queens of the Stone Age.
Enjoy some Dram, Rolling Loud, Little Homies and Ralph Lauren from A Week In Hip Hop.
All breakup albums are about Love, loss, grief and acceptance, in that order. A narrative arc of emotional pain and growth. The very best ones are able to bring it back around to Love again, finding a way to recapture the essence of what was good about the relationship before turning towards the great unknown with a smile and a nod.
Oh you're on the hunt for new music? You want a dozen fresh tracks, no silly explanations or backstories but just the goods straight outta the oven? Mate. 27fm.
Hip hop classics from The Roots and Jay-Z, plus appearances from The Strokes, Bloc Party and Mulatu Astatke straight of off Youtube.
Wiki speaks, Brockhampton get interviewed and Cozz takes you back to South Central Los Angeles from A Week In Hip Hop.
You can hear them you can share them you can bear them you can tear them you can fear them you can leer them you can steer them you can scare them
The Butterfield Blues Band headlines DJ Dok's Youtube Funk Files this week, with solid openers such as the new Black Panther soundtrack, Blur and Pink Floyd.