The newest solo release from Brycon draws from his brief but transformational time in Maui and Oahu, and a small pile of 7″ of Hawaiian records bought cheap at a San Francisco record swap. For now this project is sold exclusively on bandcamp, but will be available soon on limited edition cassette from I Had An Accident Records & in wide spread digital release.
For Cassette Pre-orders: Send $10.50 via paypal to email@example.com (we’ll send you a free download code as well as a tape)
The latest releases on cassette from DJ Quest, Diamond Lung, Equipto & Brycon are now available on Megakut Records, get them here:
The debut album from Diamond Lung, “When Did Everybody Learn To Fly”, drops May 16, 2017 on Star Bakery Records. Consisting of producer Brycon & emcee Lightbulb, the group hails from San Francisco, CA, home of the hits. Cassettes and Cds in collaboration with Megakut Records and Gurp City Records will also be available.
Diamond Lung (Brycon & Lightbulb) just dropped another ill one from the upcoming Star Bakery Records Release “When Did Everybody Learn To Fly?”
Get it here:
White Mic returns this time teaming up with Deuce Eclipse as The Vegetable and The Bandidos. The album starts with a dope title track produced by Brycon and never lets up. Its a socially and politically conscious album done right. Top notch lyricism matched with equally great production. I cannot recommend this enough. An incredible addition to both artists catalog. Can’t forget the sick cover art by Z-MAN.
Our friends Disflex 6 just released a new maxisingle with a sick remix by the unrelenting production wizard of gurp known as Brycon. Check it out here:
Diamond Lung is a producer-rapper duo made up of space noise enthusiast Brycon, and Lightbulb, the hopeless romantic. On “More Smoke,” with the help of a horn-laced instrumental, Lightbulb raps about the faulty logic of nostalgia and the apathy shown by many to the problems of the modern age.
Free Download here: More Smoke by Diamond Lung
Murksauce The Unleaded Team, Eddie K & Brycon, are right back with “Let Me Say My Part” another leak from their upcoming album.
Part II of Brycon’s The Adventures of Whoopin Crane drops us right back into the weird world inhabited by the fictional video game hero Whoopin Crane and his overlords, The Wutang Clan. The action unfolds quickly, our protagonist is now a father, and his chicks have been kidnapped. Whoopin Crane must travel to deep space to rescue his offspring, navigating through a nebula of traps and enemies, battling with an 8bit GZA and finally escaping with his young family intact. Produced by Brycon using 90% 8bit NES samples and (unofficially) narrated by The Genius aka The GZA.
Download it here:
Megakut Records is back with their latest tape release. This time DANKSLOB (Luke Sick & G-Pek) drop an e.p. on one side along with J-Eazy & Brycon’s Damaged Goods e.p. on the flip. Two dope projects on one tape, it’s a no brainer. J-Eazy dropping gurp poetics over Brycon bangers might have you fuckin’ off your rent and christmas money at BevMo and that’s ok. They got deals. Couple that with Luke Sick kicking real life rime science backed by G-Pek’s criminally underrated production and you might wonder where your tape went until you see your moms leaving the weed spot. It be like that sometimes.
And buy some tapes yo:
QM of Rec League and up and coming gurpo LightBulb dropped the video for their single “I’m Feelin Good” recently as well as a dope remix for the track by Brycon. Fuck with it.
Psychedelic country rap maestro Philo’s new single “I Don’t Love Em” gets the wavy remix treatment from Brycon. Philo and Brycon first collaborated more than 10 years ago and bring it full circle on this newest slump from the Gurp City / Gurp City South massive. Check for Philo’s upcoming album “A Monster It Remains” coming soon.
Still on GURP.
The newest release from Brycon; “The Adventures Of Whoopin Crane”, like Eddie Harris’ “Theme In Search Of A Movie” or J-Zone’s “To Kill A Hooker”, is a soundtrack without the traditional visual accompaniment.
In this particular case, the composer’s imaginary world is a purely fictional Nintendo game about an ass-kicking bird in a dimension ruled by the Ol’ Dirty Bastard (Rest in Peace).
This project is not endorsed by The Wu-Tang Clan but is offered by the artist free in tribute to one of the greatest cultural influences of our time, the incomparable Russell Jones known to the world as Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
To enhance the experience the sound palate for this project is 90% 8 bit samples of original Nintendo Entertainment Center games.
We hope you enjoy it.
– Porcupine Quillis 11/3/2014
Part 2 coming soon…
Gurp City/Gurp City South affiliates Smidi and Brycon get nasty on this one shot jam entitled “Dinoscope”. What is a Dinoscope you ask? Only Smidi and Brycon can tell you, and it may take a few listens to figure it out. Look out for more collaborations from these two soon down the line.
Rhymes by Smidi
Beats & Cuts by Brycon for Standards Of Excellence