Video number three from Greenhouse has Blueprint and Illogic telling everyone within ear’s reach that they are more than “Willing To Bleed”, and for what? Part of the beauty in this is finding out the answer, which you can do by pressing play on the video above and listening. All answers are welcome.
Bend But Don’t Break is where this song comes from, which you may find out more about below.
Also below: Greenhouse tour dates. Check out Printmatic and Illogic on the road: August 1… Austin, TX (ND Austin)
August 3… San Antonio, TX (The Limelight)
August 4… El Paso, TX (Tricky Falls) @
August 5… Santa Fe, NM (The Lodge at Santa Fe Cabaret)
August 6… Las Vegas, NV (LVCS)
August 8… Flagstaff, AZ (The Green Room)
August 9… Los Angeles, CA (The Airliner)
August 10… Oakland, CA (The Legionnaire Saloon)
August 12… Boise, ID (The Shredder)
August 13… Spokane, WA (Carr’s Corner)
August 14… Missoula, MT (Stage 112)
August 15… Salt Lake City, UT (The Project)
August 16… Ketchum, ID (Whiskey Jacques)
August 17… Bozeman, MT (Zebra Cocktail Lounge)
August 18… Great Falls, MT (Machinery Row)
August 20… Fargo, ND (The Aquarium)
August 21… Sioux Falls, SD (Billy Frogs)
August 22… Duluth, MN (Red Star)
August 23… Green Bay, WI (JD’s Bar)
August 24… Minneapolis, MN (Pour House)
August 26… Grand Rapids, MI (Pyramid Scheme)
August 31… Buffalo, NY (Duke’s Bohemian Grove Bar)
Septemberb 1… Erie, PA (Crooked I)
Castle has released a new album today through Mello Music Group called Gasface, but you’re able to download the bonus track for free. Not only that, but this is a remix by Blueprint, so you know it has to be extra-good by default.
“Now that their album is out, what are they gonna do… with it?” would be a way to paraphrase Third World, but this is not Third World, or Aaron Hall doing guest vocals on a Heavy D. track but rather Greenhouse. Blueprint and Illogic have released their new album, and this is another fresh video put together in support of its release, and what is it? “This Is It” is it, and it was directed by the Printmatic one himself.
Blueprint and Illmatic are back together as Greenhouse, and with an album due out on July 9th called Bend But Don’t Break (Weightless), they’ve created the first video for it. It’s instant, but you have to let this one simmer, for it’s called “Microwave America”, and for a reason.
Blueprint and Illogic are Greenhouse (formerly known as Greenhouse Effect), and if you’ve been waiting for a new album from them, you’re in luck. Weightless Recordings will be releasing Bend But Don’t Break on July 9th, and you’re now able to listen to the title track in full.
Greenhouse will be releasing a DVD very soon called EP2: Deconstructed, and it allows fans to watch the creative process and making of their second EP, Electric Purgatory Part Two. This is a preview of what you’ll see. To check out more of the music created by Blueprint and Illogic together, head to their Bandcamp page.
A trailer/preview for a music video? Normally I’d pass something like this off, but this is Greenhouse, who are Blueprint and Illogic, I’m not going to pass this up.
Outside of the fantastic video quality of the trailer, I love how you’re hearing a breakbeat from an album on Blue Thumb Records, and yet the record you see on the turntable is an LP on RSO. Foolishness! Looking forward to seeing the full video.
Blueprint and Illogic unite once again as Greenhouse (formerly Greenhouse Effect), and they have a new EP called Electric Purgatory Part One (Weightless) that you can download for free by clicking here, which will take you to the Bandcamp page. If you simply want to hear one track before downloading the full EP, you can check out “Damn“.
If you’re a hard copy fan as I am, you can buy the physical CD at the release party this Saturday (November 28th) in Columbus, Ohio at Skully’s Music-Diner. Supastition, Envelope, and J Rawls are scheduled to appear. You can buy it there, OR you can order your copy of the EP via Weightless Merchandise, and you’ll also get an instrumental version of the EP plus a poster.