selected REVIEWS

Quasimoto
Quasimoto The Unseen Stones Throw • 2001

Lord Quas has the microphone mathematics, he’s 'the new breed fuckin up the mainstream', he’s ready 'to put ya head up in the guillotine'

POSTED 08|02|2004
Quasimoto
Quasimoto The Further Adventures Of Lord Quas Stones Throw • 2005

This album is a celebration of old school rap: for instance the magnificent ode 'Rappcats pt 3' and the multiple references such as 'we drink old gold like Mr X & Mr Z' show Madlib's love for the old days.

POSTED 05|05|2005
QuiteNyce
QuiteNyce PowerMoves AbstrakRecordings • 2005

'PowerMoves' is a great album that not only has dope jazzy funk production but also strong, conscious rhymes. QuiteNyce? Yo, this album is VeryNice!

POSTED 03|06|2005
Qwazaar & Batsauce
Qwazaar & Batsauce Bat Meets Blaine Galapagos4 • 2011

Qwazaar, from the sourly South of Chicago and MC of Typical Cats, and Batsauce, from Berlin and one part of The Smile Rays with Lady Daisy and Paten Locke, are hooking up together for the second time after ‘Style Be The King’ EP for this soulfunk sensation.

POSTED 09|24|2011
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