Have a love for British hip-hop but haven’t heard too much of it as of late? You may want to try out Running Wild, a new EP by a duo who go by the name of Too Many T’s. Ten songs about the good times and why they enjoy running wild in their own way, in the hopes others will do the same, with or without limitations. Try it out.
An interesting project is on its way from Glassboots, a lathe-cut record that will be packaged with a 34×22 poster. The record will feature three songs and only 20 copies are being made. It will be the first release from Gux Records. The picture sleeve is still being put together but you have one of the songs from it, called “I Want To Wear You.
Philadelphia’s Ill Clinton is back with a new set of music, this one being an EP called A M B A P, with eight songs of what he is calling “ambient boom bap”. You might think it’s something different or maybe it has been part of the progression he has been doing. A very limited edition of the EP will also be available on cassette with only 30 being made. You may stream it in full and download for free above via Bandcamp, but highly consider using the “Name Your Price” option to show some support.
The reason so many remixes of Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” exist is because the single came with an acapella. That was almost 20 years ago. This one by Gummy Soul is a good one with a soulful groove and it’s being made available as a free download.
It has a simple name: Self Group Mixtape and that’s exactly what it is, a sampler album for the Self Group label of Portland, Oregon, highlighting some nice morsels from the label since it started out in 2010. The compilation also features a few songs from projects to come so if you’ve heard of them before or perhaps want to try out some brand new indie pop that’s unfamiliar to you. try this out.
A$AP Ferg’s upcoming street album will be called Ferg Forever and from it is the song “Perfume”. A slice has been cut up for you and it’s free of charge, while supplies last.
Joyful Noise produced Tragic Hero’s new song “School Bus”, which may bring back memories from elementary, middle, or high school, or maybe the song may describe your current way of living. Whether it’s about your past or very much your present, may this song be yours.
The DJ in this case is Oakland’s DJ Platurn, the man responsible for a lot of good… no, not just good, but great remixes and edits of some classic songs, and this one is no exception, as he gets down with The Meters who backed up Dr. John for this song that became one of his biggest pop hits in his career. Now here it nicely edited for your rearranged need.
Kosha Dillz has a new song with a nice theme, this time for the “Fun Fest”, which happened on November 8th. If you missed it, make sure to catch it in 2015.
They are a soul band and they’re from Des Moines, Iowa. How did that happen? Regardless of how it happened, they call themselves The Maytags and like a washing machine, they are planning to spin circles around those who become hooked to their music with the release of their album on December 2nd called Nova. Don’t be a pushover but do push yourselves over to check out one of the songs from it, called “Anthem”.