More visuals from Year Of The Tre Bag.
Peace to the Curator.
Eddie K performing “2 Step” and then joined by Brandon B for “We Got That”. Footage courtesy of MC OROVILLE filmed while merle hunting and serial gawking no less.
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Its been a while but TOPR has a new song on the FRESH COAST ‘NON PERISHABLES VOL. 3′ compilation that the rellie Lush One recently put out. It will also be on TOPR’s new album Afterlife of the Party
Get the track here:
TOPR – Steady Clockin’
LORDS. Gurp City South.
“Eddie K’s first solo album – recorded in 2005 and finally released in 2013. It contains all the classic hits like “Anthem” and “Godfather of Rap.” The sound design for the album includes live audio from the Ranch Gurp City House (R.I.P) in Chico, CA in 2005. Most of the beats were created by Eddie K on his MPC2000 but a few tracks feature the works of GPEK and DJ CUE and Z-MAN.” Recorded and engineered by Jen Covens at Earthseed Productions.
Listen to the album and buy it here:
EDDIE K aka 88 – The Dirty Album
And we still Get Low fuck what you say.
Some more music out of the vault, this one is from the Ranch B-Sides project. Lord Facials and MC Oroville get on gurp and go in over a funky beat produced by White Paul. From back when shit was hyphy.
Still getting drunk in ROCKTOBER. Peace to MFD.
The 2nd video from Grand Killa Con’s album Year of the Tre Bag out now on Megakut Records
Produced by Brycon
Rimes by Luke Sick
Video by Will Durland
Get the album here:
For those of you not up on Luke Sick, check his credentials: Sacred Hoop, Grand Invincible, Yole Boys, Rime Force Most Illin. The mean-spirited and gruff voiced rapper brings to mind Rakim smoking a pack a day, or Fredo Starr gaining 100 pounds from eating all his meals at the County Fair.
Similarly slept-on producer Brycon has been making slaps on the under since the late 90s as member of heralded groups GFE, Brycon & Equal and Simple Mathematics. His production credits include Action Bronson, Murs/Living Legends, Masta Ace and many more. Somewhere between RZA and DJ Premier exists the sound that is still distinctly Brycon. Oh and he smokes a lot of weed. Even a little hash.
Their debut album “Year Of The Tre Bag” (MegaKut) is 14 tracks worth of grimy Bay Area gutter sniping. Produced entirely by Brycon and held down by Luke Sick with appearances by Foulmouth Jerk and Lightbulb. Videos for the first and second official singles “Driftin Drifter” and “You’re The Bad One” are on the way.
You can download the first official single “Driftin Drifter”, stream the full length album, and purchase “Year Of The Tre Bag” below:
Free Download of “Driftin Drifter”
Full Streaming Album:
For CD’s hit up http://megakutrecords.blogspot.com/
A long time fixture in the bay area underground and extended Bored Stiff family member, Agentstrick9 has finally released his full length album Word Sound Power on Solidarity Records. With a unique style all his own the Agent brings along Z-MAN, White Mic, Equipto, Skitz tha Samurida, Lroneous and Shag Nasty along for the ride. Take a trip with Sgt. Go Badd to the shadow hour.
Free download here:
Hard Copies here:
Agentstrick9 – Word Sound Power
It’s been a long process but we are proud to announce the release of Z-MAN’s new album CALIFORNIA BRAINWASHED! Seventeen tracks deep, entirely produced by Raytona500 and JWells. On this album we find Z-Mainey addressing the state of the rap game, youngskins and apple pies living to fast, his life as an entertainer, and societies ills among other things. The only features are from The Gingerbread Man and No Teef with cuts from DJ Quest, True Justice, and DJ Dosianinco.
Available at all digital outlets with hard copies coming soon. Get on it:
They off them goofy pills…….
This a remastered for vinyl reissue of Sacred Hoop’s original demo tape, originally distributed only on cassette back between ’94-’96. This re-issue also includes the never before released instrumental of Jedi-Subterranean, making it 8-songs total along with the original 7. These songs were written and recorded in the Bay Area and Arizona between ’93 and ’94 with Esoniq 16-plus and ASR-10 production by Vrse Murphy, delusional rhymes by Luke Sick and cuts by both; all recorded on a Tascam 688 8-track analog cassette recorder and mixed to DAT tape; and all heavily influenced by golden era hip-hop from ’87-’92. Each cover was individually designed and hand-screen-printed with unique colors and backgrounds under SH Duchamp-toilets logo by Eric Kneeland of Black Stamp Press, making each cover a one-of-a-kind piece of art. The record-label art was drawn by Matt Loomis and taken from a Sacred Hoop show flyer from 1999. Also included are a two-sided full-color photo collage sleeve of the crew and cohorts from back in the day and an envelope full of secret messages [like a unique letter hand-typed and signed by members of the Hoop among other goodies], and the envelope has been screen-printed with images from the Tascam 688 instruction manual.
Hit the link for purchase info these will go fast:
SACRED HOOP- Runny Poop (12″ vinyl) [limited to 112]
Brought to you by Megakut Records and Goodfelons. FRRRNT.
The long awaited collaboration from these two underground legends is finally here, the Armchair Militia E.P. If you have been listening to White Mic’s recent output and are familiar with the Homeliss Derilex material then you already know what to expect. Straight to the essence of what this music is all about. They brought some friends along for the ride: Equipto, Mike Marshall, B-Line, L*Roneous, WordUp, Ahmad Jamal, Khia Sharieff, and F.D.O.G. and created a really great project.
Get it here and name your price:
ARMCHAIR MILITIA EP by White Mic & Grand Visitor
The Stiff exists…….Support the underground.