We posted an artist profile by Tone a while back, but now he’s back with a new video featuring Sucio Smash (Radio Host and founder of High Water Music). He speaks on how commercial radio like Hot97 changed the sound of Hip Hop and gives some more insightful info.
Blu, Exile and Fashawn are doing a tour in Europe recently, with a show in the Netherlands this sunday. To promote the concert and to get in the mood, Superblenders made a mixtape with their favourite music by Blu, Exile and Fashawn.
Tres Records will release t-shirts of Johnson & Jonson (Blu & Mainframe) for a limited time. The well known Red Baby (a.k.a. Johnny) J&J used on 12″ releases, will be used as artwork on the shirts.
Dan Brenner, better known as 100 dBs, is a New York City DJ/producer. I first heard him on ‘The Adventures of the One Hand Bandit and the Slum Computer Wizard’. It’s a collaboration with the talented reggae-style singer/rapper Ryan O’Neil, who really shines over 100 dBs’ audio soundscapes.
Without being biased, it’s safe to say that the Brainfeeder movement is taking over the worldwide music scene. While Flying Lotus and The Gaslamp Killer are names a lot of people are familiar with, Matthew David might be a new name to you. Because his experimental/electronic music is truly beautiful, The Find Magazine decided to hook up with the L.A.-based producer to do his first interview – ever!
This is the brand new video of Marv Won, released a few hours ago. It’s the track ‘Totally Awesome’, featuring Rio Data. It’s off Marv Won’s album ‘Wayne Fontes Music’, out since January 1st.
After the news that Def Jux goes on an indefinitely hiatus last week, another label calls it a quit. This time Appletree Records officially announced the end of the label.
Prometheus Brown, better known as Geologic of Blue Scholars, recently released a new song called ‘Michelle Malkin’. You can download the song here for free.
NoCanDo (Alpha Pup Records) released his first official music video yesterday. It’s a video for the track ‘Exploits and Glitches’, off his latest album ‘Jimmy The Lock’.
Producer Free The Robots will release his long awaited album ‘CTRL ALT DELETE’ on March 30th. A short teaser of the Alpha Pup Records release can be found in the post.