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When music festival line-ups are announced, even in early February, it makes enduring cold temperatures worth it. The annual Sasquatch Music Festival in The George at George (Washington, as in state) will be happening during the weekend of May 25-28, tickets go on sale next week Saturday, February 11th at 10am. Some of the artists scheduled to play there include The Roots, Shabazz Palaces, Grynch, The Physics, Beck, Bon Iver, Tune-Yards, Mogwai, Childish Gambino, St. Vincent, The Walkmen, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Mark Lanegan Band, Shabazz Palaces, Araabmuzik, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Howlin Rain, The Physics, and many more. The big headliner will be Jack Black, who recently announced the forthcoming release of his solo album.
From Seattle comes an MC by the name of Grynch, and if you haven’t heard him or of him, make an effort to do so by clicking the above track/video. It teams him up with Sol for a song where they talk about “All I Wanna Do”, or in their case “they” do. The song is from Grynch’s new EP, Timeless, and you can hear more of his work by heading to his official Bandcamp page.
“3 seconds on the clock and Wiz got the ball”, and once again Wizdom has the ball and passes it for a remix. Six month ago he dropped a video with Grynch for the song “Got Ya Numb“, and this time there’s a remix for it with a new video. The remix is done by D-Sane, who some may know as the head of the Seattle hip-hop label Street Level Records. I like the treatment D-Sane has done with the song, and hopefully you will too.
Seattle hip-hop has been on the edge of massive exposure for years, but maybe the coffee has helped them remain contained. If there are some MC’s who may help things go over the rim with the rich taste of style and lyrics, I would say Wizdom and Grynch could be two of many who will do it. Together, they collaborate on a track called “Got Ya Numb”, from the Bring It Back EP. Video was directed by Jon Augustavo, and if you like his visual style, check out his previous work on YouTube.
In the last few years, people have put too much faith in the term “emo rap”, because it basically means the rapper in question puts a lot of emotion into his rhyme style and lyrics. In other words, being personal, reflective and retrospective is considered too weird in a genre that has been dumbed down by its own applied dumbness. Sol calls the 206 (Seattle) home, although if you feel you know what a Seattle MC sounds like from other area MC’s of the past, push them to the side. Sol kind of has the vocal tone of old Fat Joe mixed in with the vibe of Common and Smif-N-Wessun, but manages to bob and weave through the comparisons and influences to come out sounding like an MC ready to put his skills and talents to the test.
Dear Friends is a 6-song EP that keeps things brief and sample, so you get to hear him and his music, no skits, no fluff, no nutter, no nada. What you do get is someone who lives and loves the music, as he and guest Kush Carter talk about in the soon-to-be-stoner classic, “Music Crazy”. For a slight party vibe, but one that isn’t suffocate the song, you have “Millions”, which is what he seeks but he also seeks true love from his lady who is “my Beyonce, she calls me Jay-Z/my P.Y.T., pretty young thing”. “Never D.I.E.” has an old school feel, but that can be said about the entire EP, although don’t think of the throwback style to be an easy remedy just to get across to a certain audience. It’s more a classic feel than anything, and Sol is a rapper whose lyrics and delivery are worth listening to. He’s not just audio darts to fill the the void during any given time, you want to pay attention to him because you sense he has a lot of respect for hip-hop and the craft of writing.
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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.