I’ve been exploring SoundCloud on my phone a lot lately. It’s nice since I can lock my phone while it plays. I stumbled across this 2-hour hip-hop mix by Diplo that has a bunch of songs you may recognize from BMX videos. It’s one of those playlists you can enjoy the whole way through. (or at least I did). From Dan Cox in Voices, to Bob Scerbo in Please Kill Me, there’s some real gems in here. Read more for a full track listing.
A little Project Pat never hurt anybody.
This song has been stuck in my head. Somethin to it. Migos – 48
I know this track has been out for a while but it’s starting to infect my ears and I can’t get enough of the chorus.
Listen, jam out, and dispel any case of the Mondays you may have. While the feds watch.
Fredo Satana , Future , & Pusha T followed by an 11 min EP from Incandescent.
Here’s a new music monday for yall. Some choice tunes and good vibes for ya to bump during the week. What do you guys think of the playlist format? you can skip through the tracks. Maybe even hear a song you might of not heard otherwise. We got a new tee in the works. Keep ya eyes peeled.
20-2-Life – Inside Looking Out
I pulled a couple tracks for this Music Monday. Moar tunes!
I stumbled across this on last.fm today. I find the music interesting.. so I looked further into them and it’s some pretty rough stuff. Not something I’d play before I went out for the night but it’s worth a hear. Continue reading for the video of the first track off their album. It starts off with a Charles Manson sample..
The Chariot has been one of my favorite bands for quite some time now. I’ve been listening to their older albums pretty frequently. And when Steiner showed me David De La Hoz from their fourth album, Long Live I got really pumped. The film is all one continuous clip with numerous instrument changes and line up switches. The amount of work that had to go into this production is amazing. Yea.
if your extra curious, you can find the lyrics here