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Welcome to season 3, episode 2 of the podcast, brought to you by The Find. The podcast focuses on exploring the art, passion and culture of hip hop, going beyond the typical questioning, and digging deeper into the passions, inspirations and experiences of those involved in the scene’s rich culture, immersing you in the music. This season features artwork from Ross Mullins of Anchor Points and intro music by Herma Puma & Jabba The Kut.


This episode returns to the UK with a duo who burst onto the scene at only 15 years old with their original group. Since then they’ve worked with artists internationally to create an intricate and complex jazz infused soundscape that blends the ethos of Jazz and Hip Hop alongside a smorgasbord of styles, techniques and genres. Their sound has seen them recently sign to the legendary Blue Note Records family on a worldwide deal. Their vibrant and energetic style combined with incredible technical skill is helping them to forge their own distinctive and genuinely original sound. This is Diggin’ The Crates, with Blue Lab Beats. #dtcpodcast


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