Recorded in smoke heavy filled rooms, the collaborative project between Baltimore’s Tek.Lun and Queens, NY native DrewsThatDude was recorded over a two week period.
“Bomb sativa & anime” are the culprits to this wonderful work of music art.
The incredible Brock Berrigan drops a wonderfully soul-filled gem titled Point Pleasant. This ISH right here will have you climbing that highest point.
“Solomon Vaughn aka Boonie Mayfield has never culled “a little bit of this, a little bit of that” as an attitude in his creations. From his lush studio instrumentation to the committed, experimental shamelessness of his raps and beats, Boonie has always explored music-making unapologetically, at the risk of radically revising his sound despite its reception on each new occasion. And so he has come thus far with an adventurous, high-flying model of producing music. He transcends genres; he twists and turns styles, always searching for every possible creative edge, no matter how elusive that may prove to be. He has released singles, EP’s, mixtapes and albums, stylistically diverse between them, but always with one common goal in mind – being the best he can be…by his own standards, and means.
“Music isn’t just inspired by music. This is a beat tape inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. Alphabets Heaven found the inner play and mental landscapes from the novel so engrossing he made a beat tape about it.”
Funkmammoth takes us Bird Watching, a mashup between samples, funk, news reporting, and other things associated with bird watching. This is fun!
DJ Grumble’s Freestyle Tools 2018 is definitely for those who spit rhymes in their cars as they head to work or home. Good way to begin brainstorming this fine Friday morning.
Dezi-Belle Records’ Plusma soothes the soul with Seesaw, music for the drive home after a long day.
That 4/20 vibration will having you sinking in your seat. Rua Augusta’s AK420 is basically a potent musical strain. Inhale easily and take your time in listening to AK420.
Inspired by the iconic voice of Al Pacino, Keor Meteor’s Lino Capa weaves Pacino’s movie soundbytes to compliment the cinematically lush beats, creating an awesome extension of storytelling.