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    Yogi “Listen, And It Can’t Be Heard” Release | @HRSociete

    Check out the latest release from Hot Record Société’s Yogi, a multiple-track beat tape full of sample-driven slaps. You can name your price for this project over at Bandcamp.

    Look, and it can’t be seen.
    Listen, and it can’t be heard.
    Reach, and it can’t be grasped.

    Above, it isn’t bright.
    Below, it isn’t dark.
    Seamless, unnamable,
    it returns to the realm of nothing.
    Form that includes all forms,
    image without an image,
    subtle, beyond all conception.

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    Pragmatic Theory “SYNAESTESIA” Release | @Rhythm22music

    The Pragmatic Theory returned about a week or so ago with SYNAESTESIA, a new beat-tape compilation featuring 36 different mostly synth-influenced beats from different producers around the world. Check out the tracklisting below, and download the project for free over at Bandcamp.

    1. Sayee – METEOR IMPACT 01:34
    2. Doc iLLingsworth – Tomorrow Came 02:36
    3. Infinite Potentials – Wuts Gonna Happen… 02:02
    4. Chief – LOW THUMP 02:49
    5. Brock Berrigan – Gluten Free Lapdance 02:04
    6. Nameless – TRILLIONaires 02:18
    7. Melodiesinfonie – Low It Down 04:10
    8. S.F.T – All In Check 03:20
    9. Psymun – Animal Kingdom 03:30
    10. Kiyani – SPRSLVRINTRLD 00:32
    11. RunRun Raw – Green Morning & Night Tea 01:50
    12. Glyphick – Springboard 03:39
    13. STRAANGE – ..CuttinUp.. 02:42
    14. Question – Una Nota 02:56
    15. Keor Meteor – Nevada 01:13
    16. Twit One – Zwielichtige 01:58
    17. Sixfingerz – Put The Hurt Down 03:29
    18. Prozak Morris – Carnal Knowledge 03:26
    19. Jaames – 1999 03:10
    20. Blap Deli – Laundry 03:32
    21. Snubluck – Not So Bad 04:18
    22. Lidly – Float On 02:29
    23. Shuffle Jack – Warm And Fuzzy 02:50
    24. Robot Orchestra – Autumn Leaves 02:58
    25. Handbook – You Don’t Have It 02:35
    26. Weirddough – Dressed Down 01:43
    27. Wun Two – Light 01:31
    28. Dj Breeze – Reel Life 02:19
    29. Maw- – Yokogao 01:51
    30. The Extremities (Fresh Kils & Uncle Fester) – Check Your Led 02:32
    31. Es-K – Critital Thinking 02:43
    32. DJ Sapien – Live For This 02:08
    33. Dr Dundiff -ThisLifeBOUNCE 03:36
    34. Pawcut – To Mari 2 02:15
    35. Funky Notes – CHECK YOUR HEAD 03:14
    36. Ben Bada Boom – P.Y.S. (Pretty Young Synth) 02:23

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    Shafiq Husayn “It’s Better For You” Release | @ShafiqHusayn

    Check out this three-track EP project from Shafiq Husayn, that also includes the three instrumentals for each song. It’s Better For You is available digitally or on vinyl for £3 and £7, respectively. More info below. Purchase here.

    As one third of SA-RA Creative Partners Shafiq Husayn helped change the world, producing, writing and collaborating with a diverse cast of artists, from Common to Kanye, Jill Scott to J Dilla and Erykah Badu, the aspects of music that SA-RA helped reintroduce to Hip Hop and RnB can be heard today throughout the current musical climbate. Citing the influence of the greats like George Clinton, Prince, Herbie Hancock and Jimi Hendrix, Shafiq’s sky high level of quality and musicality is noted and admired all over the world. Featurng Anderson Paak (formerly know as Breezy Lovejoy) It’s Better For You is the first song lifted from forthcoming album The L∞P, a project that includes collaborations with the likes of Hiatus Kayote, Thundercat, Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Fatima and many more. Due for release early 2015. This is the first solo work from Shafiq since 2009’s the critically lauded album En-A-Free-Ka.

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  • Betty Ford Boys “Uppers / Downers” Release | @suffdaddy @dexter_mpm_wsp @BrenkSinatra

    Press play on this modern day funky trip with the Betty Ford Boys, which is the collective goodness of producers Suff Daddy, Dexter and Brenk Sinatra. Check the video for “So Fine” above. Check them on Facebook.

    “Uppers / Downers” is the first release by the Betty Ford Boys (Suff Daddy, Dexter, Brenk Sinatra) since their 2013 album “Leaders Of The Brew School”. It is a limited hand-stamped & sealed 10”. 1.000 Copies. “Uppers / Downers” will only be available during the “Retox Tour” in October / November. Remaining copies might pop up at selected vinyl stores later on. The six songs from the EP will not be on the album.

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    Mozaic “I-95″ Release | @MightyMozaic

    Check this 19-track production project from Grand Rapids’ Mozaic, titled I-95, that you can download for only a buck. You’ll dig this one; press play below and download from Bandcamp.

    I-95 is a an album that dives into my journey of 2014. From heartbreak, to finding new love, to failures and accomplishments, I combined those experiences and created a soundtrack real people relate to. #I-95

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  • Chuuwee “Friends” Video | @El_Ch3z

    The very talented Chuuwee has returned again this week with yet another video from his The Chuuwee Channel, which is out now. Walk with him as he discusses the different levels of friendship. You can purchase the release now from iTunes.

    Directed by: Daniel Phoenix
    Edited by: Ryan Calavano for Less is More Visuals
    Produced by: Jessie Frank
    Cinematography by: Ilgar Burdani
    Location Manager: Frank Terrazas
    Lighting by: Luis Gonzales
    Make Up Artist: Leslie Mendoza
    Wood Works Media presents a Vinyl Villains Production

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    Apollo Brown & Ras Kass “Blasphemy” Release | @ApolloBrown @RasKass

    After a few singles, producer Apollo Brown and emcee Ras KassBlasphemy album has released. The project is 15-tracks deep with features from Slaine, Pharoahe Monch, Rakaa Iriscience, Royce Da 5’9″, Sean Price, Xzibit, and others. Free listens below and purchase from Bandcamp.

    Blasphemy, the collaborative album from esteemed Mello Music Group producer Apollo Brown and Ras Kass, is a thought-provoking and highly personal treatise on the unspoken. The sub-rattling and operatic opener “How to Kill God,” a scathing indictment of major religions and the transgressions enacted in their name, serves as a statement of purpose. No “ism” is out of bounds, no topic too untoward. Whatever you hold sacred isn’t above aggressive inquiry.

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