"I think I was brainwashed by Jack Black in School of Rock": not what you expect from a young black Hackney raised jazz musician/producer/vocalist making, broadly speaking, abstract hip hop. But Rarelyalways doesn't really do the expected. You might hear hints of great British one-offs like Tricky, Roots Manuva, even a more laid-back Dizzee Rascal. You might hear trip hop, jazz, grime, undercurrents of rock, J Dilla style beat science, and more. But above all else, what you're hearing is Rarelyalways, a talent emerging fully formed, certain of who he is, and even at this young age, ready to share important life lessons with the biggest possible audience.