The new riddim from Brooklyn based producers 77Klash and Wild Bill is a bass laden, electro amalgamation with 90′s dancehall flavour mixed all in. Many will remember the sound from Klash City’s previous work (think Scallawah Riddim-Turbulence “Notorious” and Swarm Riddim- Aidonia “Ah You/Gyal Tappi Noise”) and PG Riddim is what’s up for 2012.
The first release, “No Money Man” by the spunky yet soulful Devina Burn, is the essence of what the PG Riddim offers- women on the grind with no apologies! Listen and Download below
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It’s time to celebrate the first month of the last year of our lives with your official internet-radio harbinger of impending doom, PUSSYFOOT. On the JANUARY show, Matt, Matt, and the rest of the PF team are indeed hell-bent on getting off on the right—ahem!–’Foot in 2012.
First up, triple threat (actor/agent/critic) BLAKE EVERETT casts his highly-trained cinematic eye toward ‘Saving Private Perez.’ A stylized Mexi-comedy that somehow slipped through the cracks of 2011 gets the proper Blake DVD Bizness in a Spanish-tinged ‘Blake at the Movies.’ Next, the fan-fave and quick-to-rant-and-rave EDDIE ROUSE lays it on the line for two damsels in severe distress. His ‘Eddie’s Sagelike Advice’ segment is what we’ve thankfully come to expect from this wisecracking wise man–a li’l bit of wit, a whole ‘lotta laughs, and off-kilter honesty. Last but certainly not least, MYSTI trots out her ‘Cavalcade of Cadavers’ for the year that was. A high-point of PF’s past, Mysti eulogizes her gonzo litany of lost ones–from British donkey lovers to American sports impostors. Once your ears begin to tingle from the delightful intones of Miss Mysti you’ll almost clammer for that eternal hammer, naw’mean?
Our keynote guest this month–one MR. SPENCER GILBREATH. Pussyfoot hitches a ride to Tustin, CA to speak with Spence about a highly-unique family heirloom. For five decades the Gilbreath family has owned and operated one of the tiniest churches in America…from the middle of a strip mall parking lot! The ‘Little Tree Church’ is Tustin’s oddball Sistine Chapel, replete with custom mini-pews (it only sits about 7 1/2 people), a pint-sized pulpit, and toy organ, all of which completely surrounded by asphalt and chachkie shoppes. Now, don’t think that Matt and Matt have gone all God-y, gang–this PF exclusive is about the Little Tree’s eccentric architectural history as Mr. Gilbreath reflects on his father’s noble attempt to recreate the cathedral of his long-lost Tennessee youth.
All that, plus a playlist chock-full of obscure winter musical wonders…
Only online at http://www.thehomeofpussyfoot.com
I first connected with Casey [from White Hinterland] when I remixed her song “No Logic” back in 2010. We kept in touch ever since and knew we’d have to collaborate on something eventually. When I started putting PRINTS together, Casey was the first vocalist I reached out to. I sent her an instrumental demo for “Shadow,” and then we met up at my studio in Brooklyn to write and record her parts.
Musically, the song has a certain two-faced quality – the choruses are more ethereal and haunting, while the verses have a much more intense and gritty feel. So as Casey and I thought about possible lyric concepts, we were drawn to the idea of a “shadow” as a two-faced creature – someone who is always extremely close by, but depending on your relationship to them, could be a loving and welcome presence, or a terrifying and evil one…
When I connected with Lyrics Born, we spoke about the concept and different ways of thinking about it, and he just ran with it and hit it out of the park.
The Hole Punch Generation – Conversations (Zebbler Encanti Experience Remix)
Free Download available 1/31/12
“Turn Off Your Radio” is a 12 track collection that serves up a platter of talented indie hip-hop artist’s. The compilation features music from LA, Milwaukee, New York, Chicago, Toronto, etc.
“Turn Off Your Radio” is a monthly joint project sponsored by 2 well respected hip-hop sites, www.DigitizedHiphop.com & www.Chi-Bangerz.com. It started out as a podcast, but this month it has blossomed into a powerful compilation.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL PROJECT: http://www.mediafire.com/?scb723d4w58p1z6
After a few months delay, the Vagabonds are finally here with their new EP, and they’ve made it available for free download. Titled “#FML”, this nine track EP highlights the past year that E.R. and Baysiqly have experienced in their personal lives while enjoying their new-found recognition and notoriety after releasing “Good Neighbors” on New Years Day 2011.
With the lyrics detailing their experiences over the past year, “#FML” is a deep and often dark look into the lives of the Vagabonds, not sparring any details in regards to their families, financial situations, broken relationships, and their own personal highs and lows. Produced, mixed, and mastered entirely by E.R., the decision to keep everything in-house with no outside features was made in order to provide the most intimate experience possible, as E.R. and Baysiqly are known for not holding anything back in their music, no matter how personal it may seem. In conjunction with the EP, they have released a video to the intro/title track; “FML” shot inside of Nike Missile Site HM-95D in southwest Miami-Dade County (also known as the haunted Krome Detention Center/Insane Asylum).
S.U.N.N.E. ‘S brand new mixtape titled “Until Its All Gone” is dropping this February. Check out his most recently leaked track titled “Fresh Air”. Fresh Air is one of 13 tracks off of “Until Its All Gone.”
Music Video Drops: Week of Feb. 6th
Until Its all Gone : Feb 30th
These are the opening words that kick down the doors in this powerful video – “When the Music Stops”. Fueled by a jazzy breakbeat, royceBIRTH speaks on the importance of music and its timelessness, complemented by a backdrop that defines simplicity in its purest form.
This groundbreaking song travels across genres, cultures and time, reminding us that music is a universal language that influences everyone from all walks of life.
This song appears on the album, The REBIRTH Album, available now.
London’s Jamieson, formerly known as Killagram, has been making some big moves since his relocation to the States some years back.
Starting off as a young producer in Kilburn, he formed the duo “Twisted Thoughts” with longtime sparring partner K.I.N.E.T.I.K. Having been on the grind in the UK’s underground for a number of years, an offer of work in New York saw him up sticks and make New York’s South Bronx his current home
He wasn’t slow in getting his game on over there. In 2007 he released The Foreign Exchange mixatpe hosted by DJ Whoo Kid before putting together plans for his “I Came I Saw” trilogy series of mixtapes.
2010 saw the release of Volume 1, launched via DJBooth.net with features from Skyzoo and Emilio Rojas. This was followed up in 2011 by Volume 2 with further features from Sean Price, Samuel and Joell Ortiz.
He’s not been slack on the live front – performing 2 years running at Think Pink Rocks, opening for Melanie Fiona, Sean Kingston & Akon, and in 2011 opening for Mobb Deep at SOB’s for Hot 97′s “Who’s Next” series.
With public endorsements from artists such as RZA, Yelawolf & B-Real, and key media such as XXL, ThisIs50, Hiphopdx, The Hip Hop Chronicle and 2Dopeboyz, he returned to London recently to film the new video for “London (freestyle). This is a taster from the final instalment of the “I Came I Saw” mixtape trilogy which will be released in the coming months.
The mixtape will be released in advance of his new single “I Get Busy” which is set to kick start a big year for Jamieson on both sides of the Atlantic.
Brand New Video |
Fader Lima – Zombie (Written By The Cranberries)
Produced By Dashius Clay
Youtube | http://youtu.be/mmYdSk6tVMw
Soundcloud | http://soundcloud.com/fader-lima/fader-lima-zombie
Mediafire | http://www.mediafire.com/?gdpprlyw5soe8dv
Dead Poets Society available for Purchase digital/physical @
Bassnectar just dropped his latest freestyle session ‘Amorphous Music Mixtape Vol. 7′ after selling out nearly all presale tickets for his upcoming VAVA VOOM Spring Tour. Check out the tracklist w/ free download link
‘Amorphous Music Mixtape Vol.7′ download link: http://t.opsp.in/19Rq3
“Classic Example feat. Pharoahe Monch was a song off their last album ‘State Of The Art’.
The new album ‘Drinking From The Sun’, the group’s sixty studio album, due out soon with some very special guests.”
Los Angeles rapper Malkovich and NYC producer/rapper P.U.D.G.E. proudly present Lethal Vice, a free three-song EP where the duo invoke the spirit of Lethal Weapon and Miami Vice’s buddy-cop duos to tell some true L.A. stories. Vice is produced almost completely by P.U.D.G.E., who made his name alongside experimental beatheads like Dibia$e and Samiyam at L.A.’s Low End Theory weekly. Ali Baba Abnormal, Sum and Chris Clarke appear on the posse cut “Flatfoots”. Aaron Godfred (responsible for the 2010 movie Little Blue Pill) directed Vice’s ‘multi-music video trailer’, which rolls videos for all three songs into a movie trailer advertising the EP. “P.U.D.G.E. and I lived together in L.A. for a while,” says Malkovich. “Lethal Weapon was in our DVD player a lot and we noticed parallels between Mel and Danny and us. He’s the black guy, I’m the white guy. He’s more laid back, I’m more aggro. And we spent a long time together just trying to get by in L.A.” Malkovich dropped the Ayatollah Presley mixtape last year, hosted by House Shoes and featuring Prince Po of Organized Konfusion, Killer Reese of King Fantastic, IamOmni and many more.