Gerard Mullin

Taurus Allen’s Deafening Silence EP Brings The Audience Up To Speed

Taurus Allen’s Deafening Silence is defined by stripped-down production and deep-cutting,   personal bars.  It might be difficult to say Taurus Allen makes rap music, it could be more aptly defined as poetry, given his nearly spoken word delivery and tranquil production. Taking full advantage of the soulful, jazzy backdrops, Taurus uses the beats as …

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Lucki’s “Do You Worry” Leaves The Audience Anxious For His Health

“Do You Worry” depicts a Lucki looking for love, rapping over bumping, electric production from frequent collaborator Oxy. Lucki takes us on a ride full of substances and self-destruction. Lucki is the self-proclaimed “underground king” coming out of Chicago who is known for his drugged out, heartfelt anthems about his struggles in love and addiction, …

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Nolanberollin’s Latest Track “Tourer V” Highlights the Virginia Rapper’s Sticking Points

Nolanberollin and frequent collaborator, Eera, team up to provide a sinister new offering in the form of Nolan’s latest single, “tourer v 地方戦 爆笑レポート SL Vol 03.” Nolanberollin, the Virginian rapper has managed to stay under the radar of many big-wigs in the music industry(although being a favorite of Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig) while amassing …

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Tom The Mailman Translates Japanese Folklore to Match American Romantic Tragedies

Tom The Mailman released the sorrowful, yet soulful EP Yuki Onna, telling stories of Japanese folklore but adapted to modern American love tragedies.    Raised in Georgia, Tom The Mailman’s discography is made up more by his singing than rapping, though he can hold his own when he does choose to pick up the pace. …

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