Download here: http://www.malucamala.com/
Parable‘s “That Feelin’” brings another feel-good vibe, equipped with slick rhymes and deep-thump courtesy of Sharpsound. Parable continues his ventures on the road as he gears up for an upcoming release with Llamabeats (together forming THINK TANK). Mashed Potatoes is set for October 2010, as he also begins plotting for his upcoming solo EP set for first quarter 2011. The first single, “That Feelin’” tells a story of his introduction into the world of Hip-Hop and how it’s helped him grow, stringing along all the major musical influences in his bountiful career. Can you catch all the references?
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In an age of immediacy, The Hood Internet gives the people what they want on a daily basis — even if they don’t know they want it yet. Marauding the pop, rap and R&B landscapes like laptop-armed alchemists, DJs STV SLV and ABX (aka Steve Reidell and Aaron Brink) drop the unlikeliest elements into their pot and make gold — from Dirty South rap to Canadian indie rock to “French Touch” electro to pretty much whatever else you got. They’ve been cooking up full song mash-ups at a breakneck pace since the spring of 2007, posting tracks to their site on the regular, and compiling the best tracks into album-length continuous mixes.
Hood Internet first worked with Kid Static by including the Yea Big & Kid Static track “Eatchyo Sandwich” (lyrics co-written by The Mae Shi) on top of the Ministry classic “Stigmata” on the Hood’s Vs Chicago mixtape in 2008.
They later paired Yea Big & Kid Static’s “Bots” with Chicago synth-poppers Hey Champ’s “Face Control” for a special Chicago-centric set of four tracks that broadcasted one per week on Chicago’s Q101 in early 2009.
After performing with Kid Static at the Mr Tastees Pop Up Jam in late 2009 (check http://vimeo.com/6483469), Hood and Static decided to work on making some tracks together, which became the two new originally produced songs on the eponymous Hood Internet & Kid Static 7″. This is a co-release on Chicago’s Whistler Records and TTD Records – both cornerstones of the Chicago underground right now. The artwork is also designed by Chicago screenprinters/designers Delicious Design League.
Side A: Chi City
Side B: Tonight Is Enough
LISTEN TO “CHI CITY” HERE
The Red Tape: http://bit.ly/d7r46q
Following two months of playing live throughout the U.S. and Canada, The Budos Band release The Budos Band III on Daptone Records on August 10, 2010. Masters of the groove, watch how the brazen sound came together for the making ofThe Budos Band III in this EPK.
Produced by Bosco Mann and TNT at Daptone Records’ “House of Soul Studios” in Bushwick, Brooklyn, the band’s third full-length studio effort was conceived during weekly, beer-fueled Staten Island writing sessions – as well as more than 150 live gigs over the last two years – and recorded during a 48 hour period in January 2010.
The first single from The Budos Band III is the afro-rock burner, “Unbroken, Unshaven.” Download the free Mp3 here:http://soundcard.atozmedia.com/dap020
Sun Aug 15 San Francisco, CA Outside Lands @ Golden Gate Park
Tue Aug 17 Tempe/Phoenix, AZ Sail In
Thu Aug 19 Santa Fe, NM Santa Fe Brew Co
Sat Aug 21 Austin, TX Mohawk
Sun Aug 22 Dallas, TX Granada
Tue Aug 24 Oklahoma City, OK Conservatory
Wed Aug 25 Kansas City, MO Record Bar
Fri Aug 27 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge
Sat Aug 28 Boulder, CO Fox Theater
Sun Aug 29 Durango, CO Abbey Theater
Tue Aug 31 Salt Lake City, UT State Room
Wed Sept 1 Boise, ID The Grove Plaza
Thu Sept 2 Eugene, OR W.O.W. Hall
Fri Sept 3 Portland, OR Dante’s
Sat Sept 4 Seattle, WA Bumbershoot
Sat Oct. 2 Montreal, QC POP Montreal
Sat Oct. 30 Honolulu, HI Hallowbaloo Music & Arts