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Conscious Streams :: Perseph One’s ‘Sip’ Video Is Simply Powerful

Perseph One is having a killer December.  Sip is the second video off of the recent Freecember release from Fake Four records, Machine Mammal EP.  The clip finds her meditating in a trainyard, letting the Stephen Farris instrumental serve as the perfect roadmap for her lyrical explorations.  I am excited to see what the future holds for Perseph One and Fake Four.

-chief

Manifest Movements :: Chisme’s ‘Nada Tengo’ Released Via Fake Four’s Freecember

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What a wonderful December it’s been for my independent creative peers.  This Christmas Eve finds the homies at Fake Four releasing Nada Tengo by Chisme (also the homies) for Freecember Week 3.  Seeing REL and Progeny release their collective boom-bap magic on the same label that has signed Alligator Food and Perseph One brings me joy of the highest degree for the Texas independent hip-hop scene.  Maybe one day, if I get my musical act together in an evolved status, I may see about joining the movement.  It should go without saying, but make sure to cop this project, and take a moment to make sure your friends do the same.

-chief

Vox Stimuli :: Perseph One’s ‘Still Tippin Onslaught’ Video Blows Minds

Tons of work and collaboration went into Perseph One‘s video for Still Tippin Onslaught, the lead single off of the Machine Mammal EP, and it shows.  Ilea Henderson and David Ngyuyen shared directing duties.  Linda Cornflake curated art, while ARTICLE provided the track title burner for the video.  Donnie Walt curated the artists.  Shelby Hohl handled the lettering effects in the video, and Ronald L. Jones dropped the glitch assist.  Everybody you see gathered in the now-defunct Lost Ward House to provided the proper setting for the video’s mood.  This one hits hard in all the right places.

-chief

Leveling Up :: Perseph One’s ‘Machine Mammal EP’ Available For Fake Four’s Freecember

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Anybody who knows anything about Texas underground hip-hop within the past decade or so has more than likely at least heard of Perseph One.  She is one of those rare breeds of female MC where the female classification is an afterthought to the massive amounts of skill and forward thought she brings to the table.  Unbeknownst to myself, Perseph One has found her way to the mutual homies at Fake Four Records, and her Machine Mammal EP is now the week 2 offering for their annual Freecember promotion.  I am proud of her, happy to see my homies pick up such a skilled artist, and excited for the future of their union.

-chief