Here’s a dope new video by Austin Mic Exchange veteran and Space Camp Death Squad affiliate Secret Levels. Alright, OK is a celebration of all the counter-culture expressions that have made Secret Levels the force he is today. Enjoy, and spread this one around!
I could give you a breakdown of GRID SQUID Entertainment, or I could let them tell it to you, up close and personal.
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Tagged AK1, ca the commoner, chief, grid squid, kazee queen, symmatree, the doomsday device
In preparation for the upcoming release of the instrumental project Slow Burnout, and the as of yet untitled new solo project, I decided it was time to drop another ‘mixtape’. I locked myself down in the studio for a weekend, and after a handful of marathon sessions, I created a follow-up to A Working Class Hero (Is Something To Be). The latest installment in my series of ‘mixtapes’, Nothing Gold Can Stay is further exploration into the musical influences I embrace.
Props to TPT, Jay Mackall, International Scoot, Dubfresh, Tflasha and Anya for dropping some real bars on a great beat.
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Tagged #realestmc cypher, anya, chief, dubfresh, international scoot, jay mackall, tflasha, the doomsday device, tpt
from the digital desk of IKE:
“The Paradise Lost Tapes is a collection of songs that will not be included on the official Paradise LP release, for a variety of reasons. As with Paradise, the entire project was written by IKE (Soul 20/20 | Los Angeles, CA), produced by Haris Q (LNS Crew | Austin, TX), co-produced by IKE, and mixed and mastered by Shawn Dell (Action Figures Music | Austin, TX). The album features Laws, Kydd Jones, Khaleel, and more.”
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Tagged action figures music, chief, haris q, IKE, khaleel, kydd jones, laws, lns crew, paradise, shawn dell, soul 20/20, the doomsday device, the paradise lost tapes
You never know when an artist is going to zone out and channel some realness for you on stage… that’s the beauty of when a passionate artist like Ceschi is given the chance to spill his soul in front of a crowd. At this past SXSW, he performed Beauty For Bosses off of the recently released Broken Bone Ballads, an album I am very much looking forward to taking in. Mad props to Fake Four for keeping things unflinchingly real in this world of falsification.