In 2015, we had our busiest year at FACT TV to date.
Aside from shooting regular installments of FACT TV’s regular series — Against the Clock, FACT Freestyles, Singles Club, Confessions and our newest, AAA — we’ve been darting across the world covering festivals and live performances and commissioning documentaries that shine a light on lesser-known areas, from NYC’s litefeet movement to Utrech’s underground house scene.
The following list is a selection of our 10 favorite productions from throughout the 2015.
The 50 best albums of 2015
The 20 best Bandcamp releases of 2015
The 20 best music videos of 2015
The 30 best album covers of 2015
The 25 best reissues of 2015
The 10 best record labels of 2015
The 20 best free mixes of 2015
The 15 best videogame soundtracks of 2015
The 20 best rap and R&B tracks of 2015
The 20 best house & techno tracks of 2015
The 20 best rap albums of 2015
There’s only one San Proper, and he took us on probably our best studio tour yet.
Hitters provides an intimate look at New York’s very visible street dancing movement, showing its roots and where it is today.
‘Straps’ (Official Video)
‘Straps’ was one of our favorite tracks this year, and the visceral video is equally essential.
The Cosmic Sound of LA
The Cosmic Sound of LA is a chance to see inside Daddy Kev’s Cosmic Zoo studios, and find out exactly what makes the LA hotspot so legendary.
Brooklyn rap outfit Flatbush Zombies confess all in this bumper episode of FACT TV’s ongoing Confessions series.
Utrecht – Home of the real Dutch House Underground
Nobody does house music quite like the Dutch, and here Unknown to the Unknown bossman DJ Haus takes an in-depth look at the Utrecht underground house scene.
Against The Clock
Against the Clock is one of our favorite regular series, and Flava D knocked it out of the park this year.
AAA – Episode 1
AAA is a brand new series that shows artists backstage and explores their relationship with performance. Our first episode focused on West Coast rapper Vince Staples.
FACT Freestyles – Episode 21
YGG bodied the competition with this freestyle, showing exactly why they’re making strides in grime right now.
How To Make A Legowelt Track
Have you ever wanted to know how Dutch producer Legowelt makes a track? No need to wonder any more.