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Remember that kid that was the subject of the song “”? This is the end result, and he goes by the name of Ballzy. Not sure if that means he is ballsy, or if this guy is named Ball Z (real name: Zachariah) but we’ll find out where this video will lead him.
BTW: if this song sounds familiar, it may be because this may or may not be a parody of a track by Trigg Da Kidd.
Pete Marriott has released a new single called “Plant The Flag”, a title that is meant to establish establishment, or perhaps it’s re-establishing, like to reconfigure. You figure? Maybe not (or not yet), but if you like your hip-hop with an honest-to-goodness soulful touch (and not going to Spotify and going “oh, this is what my mom likes… I think”), check this remix out. It has Killah Trakz helping him out. The song will lead the way towards “The Rebirth of Mr. Soultronica“, due out in a few weeks.
(photo by Bernie DeChant)
Chris McFarland is currently on tour in support of his Beauty and Undertow EP on End Up (my review can be read by clicking here), and he has added a few new dates to his voyage. Tonight he’ll be in Fort Collins, Colorado so if you can, check him out. September 19 Fort Collins, CO @ Surfside 7
September 20 Denver, CO @ 3 Kings Tavern
September 21 Sioux Falls, SD @ Latitude 44
September 22 Chicago, IL Live on Fearless Radio (3PM Eastern/12noon Pacific) @ fearlessradio.com)
September 22 Chicago, IL @ Brauer House
September 24 Columbus, OH @ Bernie’s
September 26 Albany, NY @ Pauly’s Hotel
September 27 Cambridge, MA @ All Asia
The best artists are either at work in the studio making new music, on tour, or trying to mix both. It’s about staying busy in this business, the infamous “game”, and with music, you allow yourself to go where the music takes you. Or bring your music to where it can be. The Black Lips just started a tour of the Middle East and have added Egypt to the tour itinerary. These shows will also feature help Lazzy Lung, a Lebanese band that will open for them throughout the tour. Along the way they’ll meet up with 050 Band and Faking It. I immediately asked myself if this tour is being documented in any way and the Vice music channel Noisey is recording everything for visual posterity, while one of these shows will be recorded and broadcast on Sirius XMU. To find out more about The Black Lips’ Super Tour 2012, head to Facebook for the information you require..
September 19… Larnaca, Cyprus (Savino Live)
September 21… Cairo, Egypt (Culturewheel)
September 23… Alexandria, Egypt (Deja Vu)
September 25… Cairo, Egypt (Cairo Jazz)
September 27… Dubai, UAE (Music Room)
October 1… Amman, Jordan (Switch)
October 6… Beirut, Lebanon (Mojo Crew Club)
Looking at the photo first, I wasn’t sure what to expect, which is good. Is this a hip-hop band, are they punk, I wasn’t sure. Planet Ubiquity seem to be a band who are following the path of Bad Brains, Living Colour, 24/7 SPYZ, Mint Condition, and The Roots. Sadly, in 2012, if you are a black American and you play an instrument as an artist, you are considered “alternative”. Unless you have Alicia Keys’ financial backing, then you’re pop. Planet Ubiquity mix up elements of hard rock and hip-hop, but not like the influx of hip-hop metal hybrids of the late 90′s/early 00′s, this seems a bit more… I was going to say “real” but perhaps “knowledgeable” would be a better word. What I’m trying to say is that when I hear them, it sounds like they know what they’re doing and how to do it, rather than “ooh, I want to make my hip-hop sound like heavy metal” or “I’m going to punk up my dope rhymes”. There’s something into how they play and what they say that, at least in my mind, sounds like they’re aiming for something else, which may be to do better than the next man and not simply create something to fit in with everyone else.
If you’re in New York City next week Thursday (September 27th), Planet Ubiquity will be performing at Cornerstone in Brooklyn (271 Adelphi Street).
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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.
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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.