Nice-Styles

Alice Price-Styles is a freelance writer and all-round lover.
Head to www.alicepricestyles.com

It’s about being expansive. Rubber bands pull things together and this record was about pulling together a specific sound that is missing right now.

—Donwill of Tanya Morgan, on the rubber-band artwork for their latest album Rubber Souls.

Tanya Morgan Q&A for Wax Poetics

Back in September Tanya Morgan released their latest album Rubber Souls. Check out a little Q&A I did with the guys for Wax Poetics! x

Recently I helped to co-ordinate a little collaboration between Wax Poetics and Who Sampled, spotlighting classic hip-hop albums through specially crafted mixtapes in light of their respective twentieth anniversaries. Chris Read lovingly mixes up original sample material with tracks from the albums and interview snippets.

Last month we dropped a mix for Souls of Mischief’s '93 Till Infinity : http://www.waxpoetics.com/music/dj-mix/souls-of-mischief-93-til-infinity-20th-anniversary-mixtape

And earlier this month we ran one for A Tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders : http://www.waxpoetics.com/music/dj-mix/a-tribe-called-quest-midnight-marauders-20th-anniversary-mixtape

Listen up and enjoy! And check out my little write up for each .. x

DTLA, September 2013.

DTLA, September 2013.

mdawsonphotography:

I had a blast shooting with my homegirl the other day, the all-around awesome, globe-bopping Brit, Alice Price-Styles. If you’re into old school hip-hop, fashion, awesome writing and interviews with legends such as Pete Rock and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, check out her blog, Nice-Styles.

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mdawsonphotography:

I had a blast shooting with my homegirl the other day, the all-around awesome, globe-bopping Brit, Alice Price-Styles. If you’re into old school hip-hop, fashion, awesome writing and interviews with legends such as Pete Rock and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, check out her blog, Nice-Styles.

<3

It’s important to realize that creating something you love is the main purpose of making music. If you wouldn’t bump it on repeat how the hell can you expect someone else to?

—The Last Skeptik

The Last Skeptik 'Thanks For Trying' Q&A

Next month London’s own The Last Skeptik will drop his first instrumental solo album Thanks For Trying with BBE records, so here is a little feature and Q&A I did with Skeptik in anticipation of the release …

All I really have to do is be honest, and hopefully you’ll get the joke. I don’t intentionally offend and it’s because I feel that most people who are going to listen to my music are intelligent. So, it’s made with a respect to the listener.

—Mr Len, on striking the balance with humour in his music.