Watch Monk McNizzle take his single “Eat Like A Player” on tour to various fast food joints from the Bay to LA.
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Nine instrumentals composed, recorded and mixed by DJ Eons One (Grand Invincible/Deny The Cross) at the Invincible Lab, West Bay, CA during the first half of 2013. Mastered by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound Mastering. Pressing by Megakut for Sanctimonious Records. All artwork by DJ Eons One. “…punk rock B-boys, hog leg launchers and OCD crate diggers.”
limited to 100
Keeping it in they face this year more than ever. The Opening Act coming real soon.
Hella kutty mix made from tape rips. I know you’re looking at this pic thinking “damn I need that shit!” so follow the proper channels and you may be in luck.
MEGAKUT. Shoutout to 12manrambo for the inspiration.
Sanctimonious Records in conjunction with Megakut Records presents…
DJ EONS ONE “REVENGE OF THE CRATE GOBLINS”
RELEASE DATE: JUNE 1, 2014
9 instrumentals, 7′ black vinyl, 33 rpm
cover art by Dan Lactose
label art by Matt Loomis
layout Thuggy Fresh
mailorder only at http://megakutrecords.blogspot.com/
100 regular press
17 variant cover (w/ Tinted Windows zine)
6 test press kits (double b-side, double cover)
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New video from Free Radio feat. Sunshine, on the smooth tip.
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Solidarity Records just released this ill instrumental project entitled Sound Wave Sanctuary featuring 28 instrumentals each by a different producer. Something dope to vibe out to. Gurp City’s own G-Pek is featured as well as a lot of our rellies in this game.
Check it out: http://solidarityrecords415.bandcamp.com/album/soundwave-sanctuary
“Let’s take a little time travel vacation to Daly City, California (just south of San Francisco) to September of ‘95. Travel beneath the surface and enter the 99th Demention, yes that’s right, D-e-m-e-n-tion, as dementia (n. mental deterioration), demented — a world created by Z Man where greedy label lords lure cash-hungry artists to sign their lives away; where robot MCs perform like wind-up toys; where you’ll see a sign that reads, “Will DJ for food” — a world not too different from reality, but where these evils are made clear, and live through the many characters penned by Z Man.
The musical dimension of 99th Demention is fleshed out by Z Man and his associates King Maz, Young Slim, Rated R, Rev Cope and P.B.F.-1. 99th Demention are rebels in rap. They know we’re all tired of the same tired shit and they talk about it. They have ventured out of the 99th Demention to our earthly realm to offer “hip-hop relief for the folks.” Their style is straight Frisco, and yet not. It’s west coast and east coast, and yet neither.
Check the cut “Too Much Sauce,” which warns against the common stereotyping of west coast/Bay Area hip-hop. This music is chaos with a purpose. Young Z Man describes their style as “alternative rap, kinda slammin’ and zesty.” Their originality and new flavor definitely add spice to the life of Bay Area rap, and to world-wide hip-hop for that matter; but the 99th are not in competition with other artists. Their shit will make you laugh (a sense of humor is often lacking in today’s hip-hop), nod ya head and think.
It’s on with the tracks as well. “Each beat is like a character,” says Z Man. He and cousin Young Slim take sounds from everywhere, including cartoons, twist samples around ‘til they’re unrecognizable; and create a lot of their own sounds. DJ Ladron accompanies them on the one-and-two at the group’s live shows.
This self-titled debut on 99¢ Records came out on cassette only. Fast-forward 19 years into the future and it’s here on the information superhighway for all to experience.
Don’t be afraid, people. Go that extra mile and visit the 99th Demention. You’ll soon find yourself coming back for more. See you there.”
I wrote about this release for Origins of Gurp #1 and we are proud to finally make this long out of print album available in digital format for the first time! Hit the link and take a trip back:
Z-MAN and Elon have been hard at work putting the finishing touches on their upcoming album The Opening Act. “You Want It” is a track from those sessions that is not on the album. Something to hold you over until the album drops.