This is good stuff, love these guys!
Butterfly Toungz won accolades from judges with their song “That Time of Year” and became the winner of SCE Station’s Christmas Challenge. “That Time of Year” has a rhythmical old-school, hip-hop flavor with catchy rhymes that brings back memories of Christmas past. You can listen to “That Time of Year” on www.scestations.com and it is available for purchase on iTunes.
Sub-One [also of wormusic’s Grumpy Old Men] and DJ Germ the members of the group met back in 1999 in Indianapolis, IN. They both hit it off and decided to form the duo Butterfly Toungz. Butterfly Toungz is known for beat boxing over break beats and combining elements of classic rock, jazz, funk, soul and old-school hip-hop in their music.
Butterfly Toungz’ latest album “Adversity” was nominated twice for “Best Album of the Year,” by Independent Music Awards & Just Plain Folks. Their third album “Wide. Open. Space.” was critically acclaimed by Indianapolis Star, NUVO Entertainment Weekly, Distortion Music Magazine and Shotgun Reviews.
Log on to www.scestations.com to hear music from Butterfly Toungz and other similar artists.
Just wanted to re-shed some light on this epic release from October 2009, wormusic presents… Children of the Corn. Richard Cook managed to gather a huge roster of Indiana m.c.’s to showcase their individual styles over his signature boom bap production. This ought to be in every hoosier hip hop head’s collection. Whether you’re from Indiana or not, this is a worthwhile purchase of raw hip hop from an often slept on section of the US!