New video from The Physics, my favorite crew from the town, off Digital Wildlife. Just when you think Thig’s on some super creeper status in the video, there’s a nice twist at the end…
Back like we never left, SNSS kicks off 2013 with new music from folks like Skillz, Dag Savage, Yoshi, ASAP Rocky, Kid Cudi, Game, iLL Camille, Elijah Blake, JaVonte, Slum Village, Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, and more. Plus, we were joined in studio by some of our favorite artists and people in the town: J. Pinder, Raz Simone, and Malice & Mario Sweet.
If you haven’t peeped our “Best of 2012″ episode from last week, you can still grab that here.
Enjoy and make 2013 your best year yet!
Show #395 (1-6-13)
- Skillz – “2012 Rap Up”
- Kendrick Lamar ft. Jay Rock – “Money Trees”
- Dag Savage (Johaz & Exile) – “Twilight”
- **INTERVIEW WITH J. PINDER, PT. 1**
- J. Pinder – “King” (Local Music)
- Yoshi ft. Akira Shelton – “Slow Down (Gold Digger)”
- **INTERVIEW WITH J. PINDER, PT. 2**
- ASAP Rocky ft. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Badass, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson, & Big K.R.I.T. – “1 Train”
- Craig Mack ft. Notorious B.I.G., Rampage, LL Cool J, and Busta Rhymes – “Flava In Ya Ear (Remix)” (Throwback of the Week)
- **INTERVIEW WITH RAZ SIMONE, PT. 1**
- Raz Simone – “Cold” (Local Music)
- Kid Cudi – “King Wizard”
- **INTERVIEW WITH RAZ SIMONE, PT. 2**
- Game ft. K. Roosevelt – “Can’t Get Right”
- iLL Camille ft. Rapsody & SiR – “Same Lights”
- JaVonte – “Supernova”
- Elijah Blake – “Beloved”
- 2 Player Co-Op (Trackademicks & 1-O.A.K.) – “Nothing Looks The Same”
- **INTERVIEW WITH MALICE & MARIO SWEET**
- Big Boi ft. Sleepy Brown – “The Thickets”
- Louis V ft. Nipsey Hussle & Dizzle – “On My Grind” (Local Music)
- Wale ft. Scarface – “Limitless”
- Slum Village ft. Guilty Simpson – “Decadence”
Link to download/stream the mp3 of the show – http://www53.zippyshare.com/v/31736896/file.html
(back up / streaming link – http://linkmixes.com/z0s2qdw5mirh)
(2nd back up – http://www.sendspace.com/file/dq1lzu)
If there are any problems with the links or if you’d like to be added to our weekly email list to receive the playlist and download links after every show, just shoot me an email, DJHyphen@gmail.com.
As I’ve mentioned numerous times on TAOD, Twitter, SNSS, Facebook, various hip-hop panels, and just about any other place someone’s made the mistake of giving me a voice, the Physics are my favorite musicians in the Northwest. They make the exact kind of hip-hop I love: soulful, genuine, complex, smooth, laid back, dope music. They’ve put out a few projects over the years (which I highly recommend you cop right here) and now they’re back with their third full length LP, Tomorrow People.
They’re asking for assistance via a Kickstarter Campaign and any support you can provide will be well worth it. Cop the album, a shirt, a hat, or even just donate a dollar to support the cause. Anything you can provide is appreciated. More information in the video above and the copy below:
After making music together for over a decade and a half, we are close to finishing our third full-length album, Tomorrow People. We are excited to release it on August 25. All we need is help from you.
Tomorrow People is pretty much about dope raps, dope beats, and dope hooks. After putting out our last LP, Love is a Business, and touring with the Blue Scholars last fall, we went straight back to the lab to produce a rap record that is more lyrical than our last, featuring some of Seattle’s best like Jake One, Sol, Grynch, Vitamin D, J. Pinder, and more. With this release, we are on the cusp of attaining our goals as musicians, knowing that tomorrow is unknown, but hoping that tomorrow will be amazing.
Those who pledge will have access to a wide range of incentives, including digital and physical copies of the album before the release date, Kickstarter-exclusive shirts and snapback hats, a verse from Thig, a beat from Justo, invites to a private Seattle hip hop BBQ, and more.
All funds raised through this campaign will help fund the mixing, mastering, duplication, and promotion of Tomorrow People. Anything we raise above our goal will go straight into a still-unannounced fall tour. The more backers we get, the more cities we can play in.
Please help us spread the word, and help us bring our music straight to you! Your support is GREATLY appreciated.
“If you don’t see me, I’m gone/
Might be in the wind on my own/
And if I’m movin’ too fast/
It’s cause these moments won’t last”
I’m pretty ashamed that the video for The Physics’ “These Moments” has been out for weeks and I haven’t tossed it on TAOD yet. Better late than never though!
If you aren’t up on the Physics, clearly you don’t come here often or listen to SNSS. These guys make my favorite music from the Northwest and their new album, Love Is A Business, is yet another testament to their abilities. Get familiar with all their music here and STOP SLEEPING.
Here’s another taste of one of my favorite tracks on LIAB:
I forget which show it was at, but while out and about at the Nectar a while back, I ran in to the homey Thig Natural of the Physics and we started talking about videos. Since I see more music videos at my day job than you’ve seen in your life, I’m always down to share some of what I’ve learned in the music video industry. While I can’t take sole credit for sparking this idea, I remember telling Thig that they HAD to do a video for “I Just Wanna Beat,” since it’s a classic record. Not just a classic NW record. A classic.
Lo and behold, the crew hooked up with Jon Augustavo and dropped the visuals right in time for the end of the summer. To bring it full circle, it was filmed in Suzzallo Library at the University of Washington, where I spent many hours of my youth raising havoc while my mom worked in her office there.
Oh, and you’re lyin’ if you can’t relate…IJWB. Download the High Society EP here.