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RenaissanceAll Natural/Lone Catalysts
Reality CheckBinary Star
Days Chasing Days Blame One
The InkwellBlue Scholars
D.O.A (Ft. Non Genetic)Debilorithmicos
Let It GoGiant Panda
Postcard From ParadiseHimalayan Project
When The Clock Ticks feat. J. SandsJazz Liberatorz
93 'Til InfinitySouls of Mischief
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24. Dez. 2009, 22:34 von gptp20101. To Tha X-Treme- Devin the Dude - 2004
102. Extended Play- Eulorhythmics- 2006
A Message to the Young Black Male
103. Brooklynati – Tanya Morgan -2009
So Damn Down
104. Razah’s Ladder - Hell Razah – 2007
105. Fantastic Damage – El-P – 2002
106. The Push – Raashan Ahmad-2008
2. Sep. 2008, 21:15 von JimmyBagSun 24 Aug – dead vows, Emanon, Beyond The Borders
Never mind the reason why I went there. I had sandals to waste.
The first up were Beyond the Borders. Local dudes from my neighborhood blasting digital noises of punk rock. The new songs ain't bad, but I like DaBaj XAPdKOP waaay better. Performance: Meeh :/ noisy club amps, drunk vocals and possibly horny/hyper BTB fans. They did play ]|[pu TAbLETku, but nonetheless I couldn't understand the songs that were filtered through the booze and noise.
Emanon - the amps gave a little more distortion then normally they would play, but hey - they were sober. So anywho - awesome, loved it. In my opinion(like you actually would give a shit) better live then in the new records.
And so - the nice surprise from Sweden - Dead Vows. "Somebody fist me, I think I'm dreaming" I thought. They had me like in the first 30 sec. Amazing. If you ever get a chance to see them, go.The band had the hardcore punk intensity similar to Converge…
19. Aug. 2008, 23:37 von uh_oh_jlm1. How did you get into 29? (Dr. Dre)
I had a brother who was 4 yrs older than me and went through a total west coast rap phase. After he blasted Dre, Snoop, Kurupt etc day after day I was hooked.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Shit I'm not even sure, probably What's Your Name or That Smell
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (Bicasso)
Hmmm I don't have one specific one...he has a lot of good lyrics, he is really creative
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Jean Grae and Potluck)
For Jean Grae I like This Week...I can pretty much listen to that thing front to back..For Potluck I only have one album which is Straight Outta Humboldt.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Ghostface)
3- Fishscale, More Fish & Big Doe Rehab....plus Wu-tang shit of course
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
I don't have a number 50 at the moment...
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (The Game)
7. Nov. 2006, 23:14 von simplexionA few days back I was browsing through a record store when I noticed that the Stones Throw Records compilation 'Peanut Butter Wolf presents Chrome Children' was selling cheap. Cheap considering it comes with a DVD of a live performance and an interview with Madlib.
I purchased it and went back to my car, jumped in and threw it in my deck. I didn't literally throw it into the cd player. That would have been awesome though and quite skillful. Anyway, the compilations starts off really well with Madlib's little bro, Oh No, on the track 'Oh Zone'. It almost sounds like a Quasimoto track and I was very into it.
The next track is by a dude by the name Guilty Simpson called 'Clap Your Hands', produced by J Dilla. I liked this track more than the first.
Madlib then jumps up in your face on another manouver produced by J Dilla called 'Take It Back'. The beat was very funky and got me bouncing in my seat. And as always I just loved Madlib's slow flow…
10. Jan. 2006, 22:42 von YolalaIndieDo you know betterPropaganda.com?
You can check out all songs with you favourite mediaplayer. Go and grab yourself the playlist! . Featuring mostly Indie, but also electronic stuff and some others. It's fun.
and yeah... visit betterPropaganda.com :)
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