A big man with a microphone that doesn’t bite B.I.G.’s style! A west coast cat that doesn’t spend all his time bangin’ on wax! East coast sensibility sprinkled with a definite west coast love. That’s what you get with newcomer, Los Angeles based 4-Zone, whose debut album My Turn will soon be all the rage.
What is there to say about Dieselboy? Basically with regard to stateside drum n’ bass, Damian Higgins (a.k.a. Dieselboy) rules the roost. Besides delivering the punch to knock American drum n’ bass from monotony, he clearly operates free from the pre-set limitations that jungle can present. Higgins has provided the scene with added vigor as […]
In 2002 Brian Huffines and Aaron Hodge began collaborating on new music as a way to experiment outside of their own rock bands at the time. Since they were both guitarists, the two decided to eliminate the electric guitar and generate sounds using primarily keyboards, sampling, computer software, and other various sound generating techniques. The […]
Once again Rhymesayers delivers. This time it’s with the incredible duo Soul Position, comprised of rapper Blueprint and producer RJD2, who comes directly from their follow up to 2003’s 8 Million Stories. Although not as cohesive or dope as Blueprint’s acclaimed solo LP 1988, or even as groundbreaking as RJ’s Deadringer or its follow-up Since […]
A musical history book, chronicling the electronic streets of San Francisco, is brought to you in Om Record’s reflection of its first 10 years – Om: 10 – A Decade of Future Music. This mirror ball reflects the many artists who have called Om home, including L.A.’s house master Marques Wyatt, Chicago’s angelic and groove-mighty […]
Shakespeare Behind Bars (Hank Rogerson) “As you from crimes would pardoned be. Let your indulgence set me free.” This line within the epilogue of William Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, rings a loud chord and represents the essence of this documentary, set within the walls of Kentucky’s Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. Shakespeare Behind Bars is an […]