Listen to Scoot Dubbs’ debut album here Click on the art to download
Download the new single from THE ALGEBRAISTS. Yeti and 90 have out together the freshest album to come out of Nap for a long long time .
Download the debut single “Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” don’t sleep.
The Diamond Age begins Junes 22nd available only on Amazon.com.
Yeti-One’s long awaited debut album has arrived. The album is dropping under the Cut Camp and Audio Recon monikers. Sample based beats, spanning much further than the classic funk and soul samples, ensure that there is a song for every Hip-Hop enthusiast. Download the album here.
Also, check out Yeti-One and Scoot Dubbs’ brand new blog: cutcamp.com
Starting tomorrow we are declaring Fridays, “Free Music Friday”. What better way to end your work week than with some fresh new tunes for the weekend?! Come back tomorrow and download the debut solo release from Yeti-One!
We have a great show lined up for you Trip-Hop /Live Electronics /Hip-Hop Fans!
April 17th at the Volrath Tavern 9pm $7
RYAT (trip-hop/live electronics from Philly)
Street Noise Orkestra by Ryat
Ryat is a producer/singer/multi-instrumentalist, who communicates her studio compositions and improvisations through a live looping set-up featuring composer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Conley. She has performed and collaborated with many including King Britt, Mark Guilliana, DJ Logic, Jniero Jarel, Taylor McFerrin, The Disco Biscuits, Calvin Weston, Billy Martin and many more. She has opened for many including, The Wailers, Flaming Lips, Ursula Rucker, and MEW. When not in a typical venue setting, Ryat will collaborate with multi-media/performance artists, film makers, as well as experimental electronic festivals.
“Ryat unravels her light-as-air, personal narratives rather effortlessly over the instrumental sonic wash” -AllAboutJazz.com
“Artist to Watch!” -Straight No Chaser(UK)
“Philly’s mistress of experimental soul and ambient jazz…with this city’s best voice and most expressive lyrics” -AD AMOROSI, Philadelphia City Paper
s.a.i.n.t. RECON (prog Hip-Hop w/ live bass/Audio Recon)
Stylin’ on Ya (original) [Explicit] by S.A.I.N.T. Recon
Kaiton Slusher (IDM/Electro/Ambient/White Label Records(uk))
Digital Ear-Boxing [Explicit] by Kaiton Slusher
Lorax and friends feat DJ Spoolz (member of Twin Monster/pattern hungry records)
Whois Louis (hip-hop/Audio Recon)
Desperate (org) [Explicit] by Whois Louis, e. Brown
MabLab, Jookabox, Twin Monster, A Squared DJs, Action Jackson
The Vogue, 6259 N. College Ave., thevogue.com
10 p.m., $5, 21+
While we know that The Vogue has to make money sometimes, we’re so much more pleased to see local groups playing original music on a Friday night than cover bands. This week they’ve got MabLab, the trip-hop ensemble formed around the turn of the millennium that’s back from the dead — which we’re also excited about, because Eric Brown and Kate Lamont are both innovative and talented local musicians that can’t fail to shine, even if they’re trying to figure out what this new incarnation of their group will sound like. Jookabox is certainly one of our favorite bands, and another group that’s figuring out how best to be a band, after expanding from a one or two-man project last summer (and from a four-piece to a five-piece this year). If you haven’t yet heard their latest, Dead Zone Boys, it’s highly recommended, both by the staff of Luna (where one of the Jookaboxers works) and by this paper, which thought it generally outstandingly creepy and catchy. With Twin Monster, up-and-comers in the world of independent hip-hop; the A Squared DJs, who helped put this show together; and Action Jackson.