Benjy Keating, the pagan son of pastor parents, made a dancehall-inspired album about feeling happily alone.
London’s finest meet Sweden’s saddest.
Another taste of Pagan.
A Spanish-language Drake flip, unhinged Makonnen, and more.
Pagan drops June 17 via Mixpak.
Produced by Palmistry.
“Baby Don’t Go” is a loosie from the UK rapper.
The producer celebrates signing with Mixpak records.
Why so unruly?
Palmistry’s longest release to date covers a range of styles, from emotive, superdry pop to reggaeton.
A first glimpse of the label’s forthcoming, internationally-produced mixtape, ‘Technical XTC.’
The Mixpak-signed producer sends another sugar-spun song spiraling into the world.
“So Pay La,” the Palmistry produced new single from the UK rapper, is like hold music for the soul.
Stream a mix that London producer Palmistry made for DIS Magazine.