New video from G Scott and Jace. Shouts to G Scott on signing to Freddie Gibbs’s Str8 Slammin’ Records.
Can’t think of a better way to round out a Tuesday than with a short juke session.
No track list, sorry.
Here is the full mixtape to which they’ve been dropping singles for a few months.
Sorry I haven’t been blogging as much the past week or so.
Former Ball State student G-Scott details for the world what I suppose he learned at college. Oh yea, directed by Jace.
Randomly, Mike and Chuck drop a video for “Rush Hour Traffic” off their album When Fish Ride Bicycles.
To this day, DJ Funk is still one of my favorite DJs. Back in the late 90s/early 00s you would have been hard pressed to find an electronic music fan that didn’t have at least 1 DJ Funk mix in their collection. His blend of repetitive profane lyrics and stompy house beats set the scene for several rave dance floor hookups. I’d actually like to know how my children have been conceived to DJ Funk mixes….
Wish I had a tracklist … sorry.
Lemi Vice has cooked up this free dubstep bootleg of Rihanna’s “We Found Love”. Watch for his tune “Gorilla Revolution” to drop on Rad Summer in the next month or so.
Rad Summer’s newest member dropped this remix of Drop the Lime’s “Shake Baby Shake” last week. Phenom flipped the rockabilly track driven almost exclusively by a bass guitar line into an electro house banger.
I really dig this track from the young emcee, but I’m totally over rappers shouting out Pimp C on every lower tempo beat.
BBU keeps rolling out singles in preparation for their album. This one features Chicago hero GLC.
New music from Chicago’s Young Live (not sure if the I in Live is long or short). Upped it to SoundCloud because I wasn’t digging the way his Tumblr’s player was embedding.
Sometime last week, I decided this must come back as a feature…This week’s selection is the cinema verite piece “Street Thief”, which follows the life of Chicago burglar Kaspar Carr as he breaks into everything from a grocery store to a strip club. When I first saw “Street Thief”, I was thoroughly convinced that it was an actual documentary. After a bit of research, I discovered that the film is actually a well scripted, low budget flick masquerading as a documentary. This is a must see, and I’m fairly positive it is on Netflix.
TORRENT: Street Thief (2006)