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Kosha Dillz was asked to perform at the NYC Salute To Israel Parade, with an invitation from form Israel General Consulate, and without hesitation, he accepted. The festival happens this Sunday beginning at 11am (you can see the parade/event flyer here), and his appearance there marks the start of the brief tour this month. If you’re not in NYC, you’ll be able to catch him at the following shows, including a trip cross country to Santa Monica, California, only to head to Brooklyn 3000 miles away, three days later. The Kosha Dillz movement is on:
June 7 The Middle East Boston, MA
June 8 Bishop Lounge Northhanmpton, MA
June 10 Old Bay New brunswick, NJ
June 12 Chief Ike Mambo Lounge Washington, DC
June 13 Velvet Lounge Washington DC
June 25 Central SAPC OY VEY LA Party #2 Santa Monica, CA
June 28 South paw w/ Shemspeed Hip Hop Fest (Bekay, Y Love, Describe, Sneakas) Brooklyn, NY
Prie continues to make a name for himself with some great songs and a style that I enjoy listening to, and now he’s trying something that hasn’t been done: a cover version of a Nicki Minaj song. You’re probably thinking “wait, I can go to YouTube and find tons” but can you find a cover done by a guy, and one that’s serious and not a parody? You may be able to (and I’m sure there are), but you’re not going to find one this good.
If you like Prie’s approach, let him know by contacting him via Twitter: @PRIE808. I’m sure he’d be up to doing collaborations, and maybe some of you may have enough faith in him to want to do some shows outside of Hawai’i. Make it happen.
I’m so behind on my Daptone Records discography it’s not funny, but I do try my best to get what they release when I can. This is one I must have, as the label brings back two more tracks from the vaults of Bob & Gene, “It’s Not What You Know” b/w “Lonely Night”, and this one is circa 1970/1971, at what the label calls “the tail end of the “Bob & Gene” era”, so both singers do this with incredible effort.
What you’ll also notice is that the 45 comes with a picture sleeve of Bob & Gene live. What I love about the pic is the guy in the background, back to the audience, ready to unleash his trumpet when the time is right.
The 45 can be ordered directly from Daptone, so get to it.
1) I love the vibe of this song and video, very cool.
2) Love the fact that it’s from Seattle, I want to thank 104rog for pointing this to my digital attention.
3) I like the idea that one of the guy’s names is Swan Coltrane and that the song is called “Brain Champagne”, but in other countries, “Brain Champagne” would not rhyme. It would read like “Brain Shahm-pahn-yay”. Despite that, a fine track representing the 206. The song is from their album Adventures In A Helluvastate, which is available for free digitally (click the Bandcamp player below). The video was directed by Stephan Gray.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.