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The Brand New Heavies: Rapper's Delight

Interview by Push, Melody Maker, 15 August 1992

THE BRAND NEW HEAVIES' new LP is a veritable cornucopia of rap talent. PUSH gets the word on the band that all the other bands ...

Pharcyde

Interview by Frank Broughton, Mixmag, May 1993

LAYERS OF sophisticated jazz are slinking their way through your speakers. Smokey strains of Blue Note beats collide with the mastery of John Coltrane, Donald ...

The Pharcyde: Jazz Cafe, London

Live Review by Ian Fortnam, New Musical Express, 31 July 1993

HIP-HOP may have gained mass acceptance and corporate approval over recent years, but somewhere along the road it lost its sense of humour. Thankfully, the ...

The Pharcyde: Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (East West)

Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 7 August 1993

"DADDY, WHAT does 'crossover' mean?" ...

From Manor to Cabin: The Pharcyde's Bizarre Ride

Profile and Interview by Frank Broughton, i-D, 1994

BACK AT THE HEIGHT of hip-hop’s dyslexia, when f’s were ph’s or not at all, there arrived a group from darkest LA who called themselves ...

The Pharcyde: Labcabcalifornia (Delicious Vinyl/Capitol)

Review by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 21 November 1995

THE PHARCYDE sneaked into our consciousness a few years back with the ridiculously infectious 'She Keeps On Passin' Me By' and they rode in strong ...

Pharcyde: Labcabincalifornia (Delicious Vinyl)

Review by Michael A. Gonzales, Vibe, December 1995

WHEN THE Pharcyde dropped 1992's Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde, it was obvious these hip hop cats had spent many evenings with the stereo and ...

The Pharcyde: Bizarre Inc

Profile and Interview by Bill Brewster, The Face, March 1996

Mushrooms, Black Sabbath, Spike Jonze, the Beat Generation, masturbation and moonwalking. Welcome back, the Pharcyde ...

The Pharcyde: The Forum, London

Live Review by Ian Watson, Melody Maker, 3 August 1996

IT'S A SHAME ABOUT CABARET ...

The Pharcyde: Fleece, Bristol

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, 3 September 2014

ONE OF several early 1990s hip-hop acts who seemed to confirm F Scott Fitzgerald's maxim that there are no second acts in American life, the ...

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