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Crowstick could be a schizophrenic, a madman fleeing down the street while the masses scream “somebody section the rascal, quick!” Trying to lynch the fucker and lobotomise him because perhaps he struck a deep chord with his multi-faceted lyrics. Lucky for some, his voice is not that far-reaching at present unless he’s been secretly communicating to the world telepathically from the safety of his Norwich lair. Lucky for others he can be found on the internet.

His beats, courtesy of himself and the likes of blood brother The Grimm Hermit, Burning Man, and electronic label blbx (, are refreshing, reminiscent of UK Hip Hop’s poetical glory days but taking things forward, evolving the sound then looping it back in time so that it defies linear time laws and never loses its roots, like a conscious mind moving into the future aware of some knowledge intangibly acquired from an ancient past.

“Crowstick has evolved over the years as my exaggerated alter ego. He’s become a sick-twisted fellow who likes to travel into further dimensions,” the madman says.

“I am inspired by life experiences. I have also become very influenced by DMT and other psychedelic experiences.


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  • Crowstick

    New artwork design now updated. Get the new album for free here:

    1 Oct 2013 Reply
  • celer2008

    The new album, Until The Light Takes Us, has a nice texture of samples and soundbites. The lyrics go over my head, still, but overall it's quite nice.

    28 Sep 2013 Reply
  • triforceguy


    3 Sep 2013 Reply
  • BLooDYErY

    I love underground hip-hop, it's so worth listening...Crowstick is really interesting, gonna dig this stuff.

    30 Jul 2011 Reply
  • ouwho

    There should definitely be more rappers from the mean streets of Norfolk. if Flava Flav had grown up in Wymondham and Chuck D in Costessy, "Fight the Power" would be twice as good.

    22 Apr 2011 Reply
  • ouwho

    so am i. why does speech have an a in it?

    18 Apr 2011 Reply
  • Crowstick

    Fuck I'm confused...

    28 Dec 2009 Reply