Unleashing new sounds in T-minus…
Captivated by their covers of George Duke’s “Feel” and Little Dragon’s “Stormy Weather” it was only natural for Gypsy Soul to anticipate and support their first original recording Dawn Dusk. Soultronic production crew Columbia Nights looks to the past while taking a giant step forward. After years of sustained creative dialogue, Hayling Price, John E Daise and Jason Edwards have developed a sound rooted in balance; their work represents a synthesis of the analog and the digital, the bright and the dark, the warm and the wintry.
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Dear Hip Hop. (stop)
This #@!^ has gone too far. (stop).
Please see that mixers …and turntables are returned to Kool Herc. (stop).
The ghettos are dancing off beat. (stop).
The master of ceremonies have forgotten that they were once slaves and have neglected the occasion of this ceremony. (stop).
Perhaps we should not have encouraged them to use cordless microphones, for they have walked too far from the source and are emitting a lesser frequency. (stop).
Please inform all interested parties that cash nor murder have been added to the list of elements. (stop). We are discontinuing our current line of braggadocio in light of the current trend in “realness.” (stop).
As an alternative, we will be confiscating weed supplies and replacing them with magic mushrooms in hopes of helping niggas see beyond their reality. (stop).
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– Saul Williams, “Telegram” — (via whisperscream)
Coming June 17th.
Sunday crate digging. #vinyl