From the masterminds behind RIPPED OPEN BY METAL EXPLOSIONS , Grand Invincible, and Megakut Records….
This is an 80s&90s hip hop/current 80s&90s-influenced hip hop from the Bay Area & local graffiti mini video ‘zine. Much more to come. Rocktober continues.
For more info on the project check here: Impose Magazine – Al Lover – black-majick-starter-jacket
The first single from the Satanic Tambourine tape. Dropping 11/11/11 on Impose Records. Shoutout to Blake Gillespie at Impose.
A little glimpse of what went down on the tour:
Too mainey, looks like cats were gurpin’ tough
Fresh off the release of his group album with Fantastik, THE COLDCUTS – Servin \'Em Fresh,Wordsmiff is back with his new solo album Day Jobs and Day Dreams. Featuring Gurp City’s most wanted Z-MAN, BOAC, and Philo of Fist Fam. With production from Optik and BOAC among others.
Here is a little sneak peek into the projects sound:
Shout out to Billy Jam for the info
I’ve been slacking on keeping this shit lit for the month of Rocktober, but I promise to make up for it.
SIX FEET DEEP feat. HARDCORE JERRY of the Becky Sagers
Yes, I am going to post this every year. Shout Out to my dunny M.F.D. aka Dirty Rancher
Announcing four live dates for the Fist Fam Panama Jack release featuring Grand Invincible and Brycon Musick:
October 25th, Tuesday – SF, Elbo Room
October 27th, Thursday – Mendocino, Caspar Inn
October 28th, Friday – Arcata, Polynesian Hall
October 29th, Saturday – Truckee, The Pastime
… make it out if yer in the area and feelin’ gully.
Panama Jack is here, a new album with production from Micah Aza, Al Lover, Conceit, and more and features from Big Shawn of Bored Stiff & Brandon B of Trunk Drank. This gurptastic album is 7 tracks deep and once again completely free. Once again Fist Fam bridges the gap between the bay area and down south like no one else can. So light one up, crack a cold one and soak some game.
DFS- Derived From Samples
Megakut Tape Series #6
DFS (Dead Forest Society, etc.) was founded by two former members of 1628 Factor: Spexxx and Brewmasta. This tape could be the mission statement of the “label.” Homemade without a computer, every musical sound sampled from vinyl, accompanied by a collage of audio media, and every rhyme about record digging, DFS expounds on the ethos– West Bay Hip-Hop to the core