Eddie K, Conceit, DNAE and TopR are the new Gurp City backup dancers
Sacred Hoop is back, dropping their new album Go Hogwild available on www.sacredhoopfan.com. This is the shock studded story of two young men, immoral and hedonistic, who’s sole existence is spent satisfying their weird warped desires. Everyday was full. Every night a sensual orgy; fiendish in their curies and passion. Wealth and leisure afford them every opportunity for every gratification. A shattering study of the safe set for shock proof adults. Everything they touch is stained. Tainted with sex, liquor and drugs, where else could they try their crazed pursuit of kicks?
A reason to toast, the return of Sacred Hoop. Between Luke Sick’s well plotted lyrical debauchery and Vrse Murphy’s sonic buffet, great music gets made. Meant to shake up a squares existence, Go Hogwild is party music void simplicity. If you can’t feel this, then you can’t feel shit. Cheers. – Corey Bloom, Synthesis
The foundation of this brilliant record is producer Vrse Murphy’s densely layered construction, which is so thick, it’s practically unfathomable. Add to all this cuts by DJs Raw-B and the unfuckwitable Quest, and you have a contender for best underground rap record of the year. – Max Sidman, Mesh
Sacred Hoop makes music to hate your parents to, with a catalogue of youthful rebellion-inspired anthems deep enought to keep one thousand angst-filled teenagers from killing themselves…Go Hogwild, chockfull of odes to bleak futures and girls who pack guns. – Sam Ada, FADER
Gurp City’s BDaps produced The Grind for illefficient. You can catch him dancing with a book, or sitting in a bathtub with headphones plugged into his mixer in the video. The Grind is off of illefficient’s El Rancho Ronin album, which can be purchased online HERE, features beats produced by Homonym, Fatees, White Paul, Mode One, BDaps & C-Mil and lyrics from Sanjuro, AceMantis, B-Daps, Thug E. Fresh, Deece, The Earth, C-Mil, Mode One and Druski.