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It’s a bit sad that you do not hear about motivational and positive hip-hop too much in 2012, as if making that type of music is too “out of the blue” for people. Jyoubei & Tree Woods are collaborating on this project and as a duo, they decided to call themselves Natural Technology, which also doubles as their first EP..
The beats on each track have a nice jazzy vihe, which shows the influence of the hip-hop artists they listened to but also the original state of jazz of the late 60′s and 1970′s. The music seemed to be an extended part of the message, and vice versa. Maybe there was a sense to write and speak this way if these rappers had a real backing band, and what you’ll hear on Natural Technology are songs that will definitely influence its listeners to do better, be better, and as the track title says, “Move Forward”.
Human hip-hop, not music made with target marketing and pie charts. As Jyoubei and Tree Woods call themselves, it’s very much about Natural Technology, for they know everything begins with the mind, and with a sharp mind can come sharp output.
There’s some kissing, applying make-up, and closet confusion in this video, along with a pool. What does it all mean? I’m not sure what Eyedress are and/or/is trying to say, but “Teen Spirit” says a lot in its own way. The song is from the Number Line Records EP Half-Japanese, which you can stream and listen and/or download via Bandcamp.
Eyedress is the new name for Idris Vicuña, guitarist for Bee Eyes. Like his label, Eyedress is based in Manila, Philippines.
Thavius Beck doesn’t like to stay in one place for any length of time, so for this track he gets into a mode that is a bit like incidental music for movies, but does show in a soul/funk fashion, sans vocals. One might be motivated to sing or rap over it, but I tend to like this track as is. It will be released on September 11th as part of his new album called The Most Beautiful Ugly (Plug Research), released in digital, vinyl, and CD forms.
Damn, has it been what, three years? Butta Verses has returned and he’s bringing Lord Finesse along with him for the song “That’s Me”. You might ask “who?” and he will remind you “it’s me, Butta Verses”. You might ask about the other guy “who?” and then you’ll hear “yeah, it’s him again”. You know the deal.
When it comes to instrumental hip-hop albums, I very much want to hear the production, but I think I go out of my way to find out if it’s more than just beats, mere backing material. I want to know if the songs a producer creates is worthy, but if they are songs that can stand out on their own, I give a thumbs up. Ill Clinton’s The Prophecy EP gets two thumbs up.
What I hear in these songs are someone who knows how to construct, and that should be a standard for all producers. There are those who also create tracks that can fall into that trip-hop category, and that “>”/more than factor is what makes me want to listen to it. Cool beat selection, chopping techniques, effects and sound tweaks, and unique samples are what makes The Prophecy great. It’s not so much “unique” as they are sounds that you still don’t hear in the big vast world of hip-hop, but then again this could be considered more than hip-hop, or at least artists outside of hip-hop could benefit from working with Ill Clinton on future projects. I think this has lasting power, and if there are further EP’s on the way from this Us Natives beatmaster, bring it on immediately.
Kidd Russell celebrates Chitown by talking about what makes it great, from sports to ladies, family to lake shores, and more. With the skyline behind him, Kidd Russell talks about the “C.H.I.” and essentially states there’s no place like home. This is episode #3 of Beer & Hip-Hop, for those of you who are keeping track.
This one was recommended by Buzzov•en vocalist/guitarist Kirk Fisher, and I decided to check it out. If you like your Southern rock that is rich in the traditions of blues and country, you’re going to like The Cadillac Black of Nashville, Tennessee as they celebrate bummed out days and nights with a bit of “Whiskey Soaked Redemption”. Pour out your favorite whiskey, especially if it’s homemade, and listen to the richness. If you wish to listen and see the richness in person, you are in luck, as they have a number of shows coming up, opening up for some great bands so show up early:
September 7… Scarborough, ME (Scarborough Downs) */**
September 8… Mansfield, MA (Comcast Center) */**
September 9… Erie, PA (Jerry Uht Park) */**
September 12… New York, NY (Beacon Theater) **
September 14… Cincinatti, OH (Riverbend Music Center) */**
September 15… Maryland Heights, MO (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater) */**
September 16… Kodak, Tennessee (Smokies Stadium) */**
September 19… Ardmore, OJ (Two Frogs Grill)
September 20… Denton, TX (Rockin’ Rodeo) ***
September 21… Waco, TX (Wild West) +
September 22… Lubbock, TX (2012 JABFest, Lone Star Amphitheater)
September 28… Chicago, IL (Joe’s On Weed Street) @
October 14… Nashville, TN (Dierks Bentley Miles & Music for Kids, Riverfront Park)
November 15… Nashville, TN (Exit/In) @
Seattle is the home of Peta Tosh, an MC who has been creating music for a short time, but it sounds like he may be ready to put some time into it, if this track and video is any indication. If you are up in Seattle for Bumbershoot this weekend, he will be doing a show tonight, along with a show later in the year, both at the Nectar Lounge.
September 1… Seattle, WA (Nectar Lounge)
September 24… Seattle, WA (Nectar Lounge)
Getting a family haircut may or may not be similar to living in a neighborhood where you know of a family who has a family bath by opening their Slip-N-Slide and squeezing dollar store dish washing liquid for fun. It may not be the inspiration for Agent Ribbons’ “Family Haircut”, but it makes for a stunning video that looks like the kind of neighborhood I would prefer to be in.
The song is from Agent Ribbons’ forthcoming EP on Antennae Farm called Let Them Talk. That will be released on September 11th, and it will follow nine days later with a tour. You don’t have to wait just yet, for if you are in Austin, Texas, they’ll have an EP release party tomorrow (September 2nd) at Cheer Up Charlie’s. Here are the dates, make a date, mates.
September 2 – Austin, TX @ Cheer Up Charlie’s (EP Release Party)
September 20 – Houston, TX @ Mango’s
September 21 – Beaumont, TX @ Victoria House
September 22 – New Orleans, LA @ Circle Bar
September 24 – Atlanta, GA @ Smith’s Olde Bar
September 26 – Jacksonville, FL @ Underbelly
September 27 – Tampa, FL @ the New World Brewery
September 28 – Savannah, GA @ Spare Time (as part of Dame Darcy’s Naughty Nautical Night)
September 30 – Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor
October 3 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Melody Inn
October 4 – Dayton, OH @ South Park Tavern
October 5 – Canton, OH @ the Buzzbin
October 9 – Providence, RI @ Local 121
October 11 – New York, NY @ Piano’s
October 15 – NYC, NY @ CMJ
October 16 – NYC, NY @ CMJ
October 17 – NYC, NY @ CMJ
October 18 – NYC, NY @ CMJ
October 19 – NYC, NY @ CMJ
October 20 – Tivoli, NY @ Black Swan Pub
October 21 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Lone Wolf
October 23 – Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle
October 24 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
October 26 – St. Louis, MO @ Lemmon’s
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