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You don’t have to second guess this, but if you must, let’s do it together:
Royce Da 5’9″. The man has been doing movie for years, skilled to the hills. As for skills…
Skillz. The formerly Mad one. You should know where he’s from by now, you’re probably still nodding your head to him.
Diamond D. Case closed, and I’m talking about those in vinyl storage. Beats galore by the pound, an eternal crate digger and beat miner.
You put these three together, and they’re ready. If you press up this song on vinyl, you get two for the show so you can bounce them off back and forth. But we must start at the beginning, because these ready three are “One For The Money”, and with production from G-Squared, that’s four to go. The track was released today and is available now.
If you like Police Teeth, you’re going to find their new video to be of interest. “Emmanuelle In Renton” definitely packs a rock punch, but the video is apparently “found footage” taken from an anti-drug film that was shown as schools as lessons to explain why people should not take drugs. However, this looks more like an instructional video. Also of note is the record playing in the video between 2:39 and 2:41. The needle is in the run-off groove so if you were there, all you’d hear is crackle/surface noise, a clear sign that these people are extremely high because they did not go to the phonograph and lift the tonearm and put it back, or flip the record and hear another song. For you, you don’t have to deal with that when it comes to Police Teeth, or maybe you can when the album is released by Grey Day/Latest Flame on October 16th, on both the trusting vinyl format and the trendy MP3 one.
The band have added two more concert dates for the October tour that I posted about here. Here is an update, with the two new dates in bold: October 19… Minneapolis, MN @ Hexagon Bar October 20… Dubuque, IA @ Off Minor
October 21… Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge
October 23… Louisville, KY @ Cahoots
October 24… Indianapolis, IN @ Melody Inn
October 25… Bloomington, IN @ The 700 Club
October 26… Chicago, IL @ Quencher’s
October 27… Milwaukee, WI @ Quarters
November 9… Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
Dillon Chase and Anatome may be new to most, or perhaps you are a fan of Dillon’s and have heard his albums in the last few years. Both are about to release an album called Beautiful Art and this is the title project. If you are a fan of TheBREAX, you will like the rhymes and messages that Dillon Chase provides to his fans, and Anatome’s production? Top notch.
Brand new for you is a new artist represented by MC Serch. He goes by the name of Sneakas, and with a name like that, is his rhymes as tight as his love of the kicks? You have to decide for yourself by being positive about “Negatives”. He goes on the attack at other rappers and singers who try to walk the walk but may not know how to rhyme, talk, or spell. As far as Sneakas is concerned, “you don’t need Beats by Dre to hear me”, and if you understand exactly what that means, this is for you.
Check out the video and if you like it, download the track below for a limited time. It’s from his new mixtape called Hebonics101, which you can download for free by heading to SneakasNY.com.
Looking at this video, I was going to say “fall is the season of love” but really, what season isn’t perfect for love? Love is an all around thing, this is why people who live in tropical climates are making babies all the time. You know what I’m talking about, my fellow Polynesians.
Let’s not talk about that until after you see and hear this new video by Phonte Coleman, doing his thing with help from Carlitta Durand. The track is from his Charity Starts At Home video. As for the couple in the video? That would be Rachel Stewart and Chris Charles. Are you like Karyn White, in that you want to light a candle because it’s time to get romantic? Good, because Phonte is telling you right here, in this video directed by Kenneth Price, that it’s gonna be a beautiful night.
If you’ve been waiting for a new album from Psalm One, it’s here. The album is called Child Support, and “Kids Right Now” is the first video from it, a track that features Mikkey Halsted.
If you follow her account on Twitter, you’ll know that Psalm has been anything but calm in the last few years, so if you know who she is but haven’t caught up with her musical side of life, you can do so with the new album.
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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.