Hailing from the Northwest, Beefy is a massive presence in the nerdcore hip-hop scene. Since 2005, Beefy has been pushing his positive, pop culture influenced message worldwide, beginning with his debut The Whitesican EP.
MC Frontalot is the stage name of Damian Hess, a hip hop musician and self-proclaimed "world's 579th-greatest rapper." Many of his songs deal with things nerdy in nature, which has led him to be categorized as nerdcore, a word he himself coined in his first single, "Nerdcore Hip Hop".
The Grammar Club is a Nerdcore Hip Hop/ Rap rock band. Its members each live in different parts of North America and had, for the band's early existence, never met. By swapping unfinished segments of songs–something we digital recording artists refer to as project files–The Grammar Club is able to collaborate via the Internet, each member contributing his own elements to a given piece.
MadHatter considers himself an “everyman” in the underground entertainment business. While he openly claims not be the best at what he does, he does put in an unbelievable amount of effort into his work and strives to do better.
KIRBY KRACKLE is a Nerd Rock band from Seattle, WA - a collaboration between two life-long pop-culture junkies Jim Demonakos and Kyle Stevens who have crafted an entire album of songs dedicated to comic books, video games, zombies, girls and much more.
Random, aka Mega Ran. Teacher, Rapper, Hero. As one of the first independent artists to secure an exclusive licensing agreement with a major videogame developer, Random manages the unthinkable by dazzling retro gamers while garnering respect from Hip-Hop's harshest critics.
Adam WarRock is the hip-hop pseudonym of American podcaster and writer Eugene Ahn. Having quit a full-time job as an attorney to follow his dream of making music, Adam WarRock is now widely known as the Internet’s foremost comic book nerdcore rapper.