Watch the extended trailer for Tough Bond, the heavy new documentary featuring young people from the streets of Nairobi hooked on sniffing glue to survive. The film, made by Village Beat (you may remember them from The Very Best‘s recent music videos), will premiere at The Berlin International Film Festival on February 13. Our dudes The Very Best and Seye built the original soundtrack to this difficult, yet beautifully orchestrated peek into an urgent issue. We’re anticipating taking a closer look at the feature length.
I’ve been waiting for Amerigo to follow up on the great “Fela Soul” album he released a while ago!!!Guess what?My prayers i’ve come to life!!!
Join Gummy Soul’s Amerigo Gazaway as he embarks on a 55 minute “Quest to The Pharcyde”. Utilizing the original Jazz, Soul and Funk recordings sampled throughout A Tribe Called Quest’s extensive catalogue, Gazaway recreates classic productions — pairing his reinterpreted instrumentals with select vocals from West Coast “golden era” favorites, The Pharcyde.
As we approach the one year anniversary of 2011′s award winningFela Soulrelease, we’re pleased to give you a sampling from Amerigo Gazaway’s upcoming mashup project,“Bizarre Tribe: A Quest to The Pharcyde”. Utilizing dozens of original Jazz, Soul and Funk recordings sampled throughoutA Tribe Called Quest’sextensive catalogue, Gazaway recreates classic productions – pairing his reinterpreted instrumentals with select vocals from West Coast “golden era” favorites,The Pharcyde.
Full album drops on the one year anniversary of Fela Soul (Sept 13th). In the meanwhile, watch the teaser video and download the single below. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook/Twitter for more updates.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, feat. BJ the Chicago Kid – “Shame” (official video).
This is the follow up video to “Thuggin’” directed by Jonah Schwartz and presented by Madlib Invazion and DD172 Films. The tracks are “Later That Night (Bonus Beat)”, “Terrorist” and “Shame” all from the Shame EP.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Shame EP follows where Thuggin’ left off: with Gibbs effectively spooling street stories onto the Beat Konducta’s wax. “Shame” featuring singer B.J. The Chicago Kid, is Gibbs’ honest appraisal of a one night stand; “Terrorist” is all killer, no filler – a short, terrifying rap offset by a cheeky fusion jazz sample. The Shame EP also contains vocals, instrumentals and two bonus beats.
The duo’s as-of-yet untitled album is planned for release in the third quarter 2012. Artwork by Jeff Jank featuring an original illustration by Ashkahn.
A1. Shame feat. BJ The Chicago Kid A2. Shame (Instrumental) A3. Later That Night (Bonus Beat) A4. Shame (A Capella) B1. Terrorist B2. Terrorist (Instrumental) B3. The Morning After (Bonus Beat) B4. Terrorist (A Capella)
David Lynch’s “Eraserhead” Soundtrack Gets the Vinyl Treatment
Out August 7 Via Sacred Bones
On August 7 Sacred Bones (home to David Lynch-friendly artist Zola Jesus) will release a deluxe vinyl version of the Eraserhead soundtrack. Limited to a run of 1500, the deluxe album will include will feature a 16-page booklet, three 11-inch prints, and 7-inch single of previously unreleased cut, “Pete’s Boogie.” Preorder the album here.