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Styxmen / Press

“UK hip-hop duo, Dead Ott and Prophit, from Oxford, UK, return from a small “hiatus,” with their second release “Daises” from their forthcoming release. The track features vocalist Asher Dust, and is a blend of smooth consistency with the right amount of soulful vibes that tells the track’s story. From “chasing paper” to various life’s trials, “Daises” paints a realistic image and revisits the ultimate expression of “pushing up daises.” The structure and overall production is blended to the point where the dramatic waves don’t wash out the lyrics, which directs the track’s appreciation within the lyrics.”

“Underground collective known as Styxmen from Oxford and are putting out a lot of material, good material I might out. They're back in 2013 with a brand new EP available for free download titled 'Sack O' Styx' featuring a total of 6 tracks! The EP features a debut from Rosie Saunders who'll you'll be hearing a lot more from in the future, production has been handled by Prophit, Dead Ott and a guest producer White Key. The EP is overall a great look for Styxmen and is cementing them as one of our favourite duo's on the rise, they pack a lot of enthusiasm in their music, always experimenting and pushing themselves on every track. Our personal favourite from the EP has got to be 'As Bad As It Seems' featuring Rosie Saunders and Mogul creating an extremely relaxing and progressive track pumping positivity through the airwaves. Check the EP out below and get your Free copy from the Styxmen!”

“Styxmen bring you fresh homegrown hip hop with an individual sound. This track lifted off their new free EP is produced by White Key Productions, who i hadn't heard of before (make sure you check his soundcloud, he is ill). He couples a well cut vocal sample with a simple boom bap beat perfectly, whilst Prophit & Dead Ott describe how these girls drive them wild with sick flows and well crafted verses, proving there is no need to change the tried and tested formula for a sick hip hop banger with a catchy hook.”