The newest video from MC SelfSays (Directed by Matt Barth) features famed New York producer Blockhead on the beat. The feisty Detroit rapper has a few new projects in the works at the moment — saying you can expect a new flexi-disc single out on Insect Records just in time for SXSW.
Boog Brown is getting ready for a big 2012: she just dropped her full length remix project “The Brown Study Remixes”; has a free birthday party planned at 529 in Atlanta on February 9th w/ yU performing live; has her first vinyl 7″ about to drop January 17th; is releasing her debut album with Apollo, “Brown Study,” on special edition vinyl in March; and is about to record a new project with famed West Coast fOnkateer Georgia Anne Muldrow that will be out this fall on Mello Music Group. To ring in the year though, Boog is giving away an all new track she & Apollo Brown put together titled “Detroit.”
Boog Brown’s “The Brown Study Remixes” is out now via Mello Music Group!! The official release date is December 20th, but iTunes exclusively has the album for sale today!
Boog Brown’s remix album “The Brown Study Remixes” featuring remixes from Georgia Anne Muldrow, 14KT, Dunc of DTMD, Def Dee, MarvWon, Has-Lo, and others. The album also features a brand new track produced by Apollo Brown, entitled, “Detroit.” Boog Brown’s original album “Brown Study” was produced by Apollo Brown and iTunes named Boog one of 2010′s Best New Hip Hop Artists alongside Nicki Minaj, Drake, J. Cole, Roc Marciano and others. The demand for the original “Brown Study” album has enabled Mello Music Group to release the original album on special edition brown vinyl early …
We don’t know who has been handling the bookings over at Boiler Room, but whoever it is has been hitting some homeruns lately. First they nabbed DJ sets by Thom Yorke and company from the release party for TKOL RMX 1234567, and then last week the live webcam captured Detroit techno icon Carl Craig performing a quick live set, with a whole studio’s worth of gear in place of the usual CD-J set-up. Craig starts off slow, toying with a strange handheld box controller before digging into many of his classic hits—particularly from his 69 alias. Eschewing Ableton means it’s not always the smoothest PA (you can even watch Craig’s furrowed brow as he seeks to make corrections on the mixing board. But if you want to witness a close-up look at how live techno can be made, it’s worth watching this 30 minutes closely.