New Spacelab racket! James Ciphurphace and Jake Palumbo (Phaced God & Spaced God, respectively) are back with their tales of adventure and escapades. After you are welcomed with a church organ intro, an undeniable energy bursts out of your speakers in the form of the track “Burrito Revival.” Through out the rest of the album the word “energy” keeps coming to mind. Personal favorites would be “Diesel” (i’m a sucker for dub samples) and “Roads Are Rough (Holdin’ Up) (feat. C-Zar Van Gogh)” Grab some pico, moonshine and a burrito. Feed your face and your ears.
Quick video of Graves 33 gettin’ busy in the Bird City, Phoenix, Arizona.
“We’re Alive” is the lead single from eyenine’s Dissembler album. Lyrically the track plays out like a handwritten letter or a personal journal entry. Eyenine’s earnestly honest words spill out across a bare bones piano and drum beat (produced by El Shupacabra) with an increasing fervor, crescendoing in the hook accompanied by blasts of triumphant horns. Merging eyenine’s passionate anthem with the stark imagery creates an enduring visual with a classic feel.
More about the artist:
Every so often an artist emerges that changes the face of a generation forever. This type of gifted person is an anomaly and changes everything and everybody that he comes in contact with. Eyenine is that anomaly. Born Michael Gene Dionne, Eyenine is an underground hip-hop artist from New Hampshire. He has shared the stage with many influential artists including Adeem, Afroman, AWOL One, Bleubird, C Rayz Walz, Ceschi Ramos, Ghostface Killah, ICON the Mic King, Jedi Mind Tricks, Kristoff Krane, Mr. Lif, PT Burnem, Qwel & Maker, Razhel, Rza, Sole, Vast Aire, Witness and many more.
Trippy new video from ECID. G R U N G E H O T E L is the first single from Post Euphoria Vol. 2 EP. ECID produced and performed the track, while all the psychedelic visuals were provided by Adam Dunn. If you’re not familiar with ECID, he is another one of the progressive, DIY artists in the underground hip hop scene. Known for his parameter pushing sample style and tongue in cheek witty one liner wordplay, ECID has carved his own niche in the underground.
New track off an unnamed experimental hip hop album with producer Ezra Wagman of Oahu, Hawaii. All the proceeds from the downloads of this track will go to Super Typhoon Haiyan relief in the Philippines. Peace to all the people from the islands.
Hellfyre Club are leading the pack when it comes to progression and innovation in underground hip-hop. Plain and simple. Dorner vs. Tookie hosts an array of styles, ranging from the thunderous trap sounds courtesy of Taurus Scott to Milo’s poetic, spoken word intellect-rap. In between these sonic polarities, the rest of Hellfyre Club flex their personal styles and prove why they’re all the new torch carriers. If you’re not familiar with Hellfyre Club, DVT is a good place to get your feet wet. This is actually the third compilation from the camp and by no means the entirety of what the label has to offer.Close