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Golden Age Of Self Snitching
  1. Look Out Below
  2. Barry White
  3. The Path
  4. Message In A Bottle
  5. Last Dance
  6. Boomerang
  7. Golden Silverware
  8. Chop
  9. Propaganda
  10. Stars
  11. Pump
  12. Everybody
  13. Eyes Open
  14. Love To See It

REVIVAL SEASON

Golden Age Of Self Snitching

Heavenly
  • limited black lp

    Released: 23rd Feb 2024

    £22.99
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  • cd

    Released: 23rd Feb 2024

    £11.99
    Buy

Hip-hop indebted to the golden age but delivered with the tenacity and venom that can only come from interacting with modern day life and strife - this eagerly awaited debut bumps like a gravity-defying lowrider.

Both halves musically and spiritually forged in the twin flames of Georgia׳s Pentecostal churches and grassroots hip-hop scene, Revival Season tell straight-shooting tales of our golden age — chop, cops, badass bitches, self-snitches; drug-dealing and revolution — chronicling and critiquing the culture over baselines and beats that kick squarely in the teeth with a platform boot. Much in the spirit of Swilley’s teenage bedroom beatmaking, their debut album 'Golden Age Of Self Snitching' was pieced together largely self-sufficiently, written both remotely and in person, and recorded between a temporary studio space in a health centre and an ad-hoc setup in Swilley’s dining room. A skeleton team of outside musicians contributed additional parts — with Jordan Manly [Mattiel] and Rupert Brown [Roy Ayres, Raf Rundell] on drums, Shaheed Goodie on guest MC vocals for the jagged, spiralling ‘Pump’, and Raf Rundell [The 2 Bears], with whom Revival Season had previously made the Outernational mixtape (“equal parts Prince Paul and King Tubby”) on hand as “vibe consultant”, bringing additional production to a handful of tracks.