This week’s #bottomrightcorner is all about the weekend! Whatever the method, mood or momentum, we gotta say hello to the weekend good and proper!  A little Sleepy Sun, a little Art Bleek, a little of The Drums, a little something for everyone… A little something you’ll like a lot. Happy Friday all!


Sleepy Sun – Stivey Pond

Relatively unknown, Sleepy Sun are pretty badass, and they sure know how to keep rock music sexy. A nice reminder of teenage angst and boredom, sunning ourselves in Sunday sun, Spine Hits appeals to those with an affinity for The Pixies and Dead Meadow. Lovely.

Art Bleek – The Time

Having evolved quite well from 2006’s Between Yesterday and Tomorrow, house-tastic Art Bleek’s The Time is a winner. Dance-able and chill-able all at the same time, this is the stuff you play at any time of the weekend when jamming is necessary.

Wax Tailor – Dusty Rainbow From the Dark

A trip-hop favourite, Wax Tailor’s newest offering dropped less than 30 days ago. This sneak peek into what the album has to offer is real head nod business with features galore. ‘Rock ‘n Roll’ will get you out of your seat while ‘Time to Go’ featuring Aloe Blacc will teach you a thing or two about what great vocals over great beats should sound like. 22 tracks is not bad for this french producer… C’est magnifique!

Core Wreckah feat. DJ Earl Scratch – Get Clear

Boy, does this dude have flow… Cape Town based Lesotho born rapper Ts’eliso Monaheng, aka Core Wreckah has a panty-dropper of a voice, and delivers rhymes quite nicely over what you’d never guess was a local beat on which DJ Earl Scratch does not play games. Writer by day, he says this about Lesotho: “I am such a huge fan of all this talent which surrounds me, and believe more in giving myself to causes such as letting the world know that that small country which some dismiss as ‘just another part of South Africa’ (hence refusing to acknowledge its rich culture and heritage) does actually have a whole heap of history behind it.” LES what up?!