July’s Mosiki Mixtape is for those hot summer nights.
Before we get into this month's mosiki mixtape, 2 albums dropped this month which you should go and listen to. Ali Suhail's fifth studio album Pursuit of Irrelevence is available on Patari, Spotify, and pretty much every music app so there's no excuse really (except SoundCloud which is why it's not in our mixtape). You
The second episode in our low budget music video series. Hands are pretty great, all things considered. Hope you enjoy. Block-2 is a Karachi artist, whose latest release was the bombastic 'shrap' EP. Important links so you can support the artist: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/abdul-moiz-parvez Patari: http://patari.pk/home/artist/5650fde1... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yoblockwho You can also watch the first video for NAWKSH's 'Hash
‘You used to call me on my cellphone.’ It’s about halfway through our chat with Slowspin’s Zeerak Ahmed that I wonder, how did we get onto quoting Drake lyrics? But rather than ringing hotlines, Slowspin is more interested in the quiet power of the first person in music. ‘YOU used to call ME on MY
I've got a great love of low budget music videos, and had a load of traffic footage sleeping in hard drives that I decided to wake up. And it's a great song. Maybe we can make a series of these. If you also like making videos, let me know! Perhaps we can collab! NAWKSH SoundCloud Thanks to NAWKSH
It’s always special when Dynoman releases. His debut ‘Naubahar’ was one of the most innovative and fresh albums I’ve heard coming out of Pakistan. ‘Mountains in Love’ is the second single from ‘Travels to Janaicah: Songs for Lana’, the follow up to 2016’s ‘Travels to Janaicah: Cheebay’s Imagination’. With every subsequent release, Haamid Rahim moves
The Foreversouth Collections thus far have tended to favour the more accessible side of the Karachi electronic artists that come under its roster. In many ways this is beneficial, creating a more cohesive collection and challenging the artists to create in a more constrained, ‘poppier’ environment. Under some circumstances, this can lead to stagnation - artists that