Via Rosa – “Something New”
Produced by IKAZ
Video: Anthony Tueros and Kimball House Productions
Starring: Via Rosa and Nosidam
New video from Via Rosa (THEM People), from her recently released EP, DeathViaLove.
Shot on location at the Kimball House.
Throwback Thursday: Jams Dean – “Yoga Pants” (Live at Kimball House Rock IV)
Kimball House Rock IV
Sponsored by Indio Cerveza
Jams Dean debuts the song “Yoga Pants” at Kimball House Rock with DJ Earn Money on the decks. Sharkula was also on hand for the performance, treating the audience to a unique style of improv ad-libs while assuming hype man duties.
Jams and Sharkula released a collaborative project in 2012, head over to Bandcamp to check that out.
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Rich Jones – “Push The Button” (Prod. by Doc Da Mindbenda)
We haven’t heard new material from 2nd City Citizen Rich Jones since last summer’s 3-Peat. That trend seems to be coming to an end, as Rich has recently dropped this Doc Da Mindbenda-produced romp, “Push The Button,” which premiered on GoILL.net last week.
Elee X – “City Of God” (ft. Kala Ra)
Continuing his recent trend of releasing self-described “lo-fi ganxta” singles, Elee X (Impolite Society) is back with a new cut, featuring (and produced by) Kala Ra. Check it out; “City of God” is one of the realest songs you’ll hear this year.
Netherfriends – “Seasons” (ft. Black Matt)
Following “Sex Beat,” which dropped last year, “Seasons” is a new cut from Netherfriends‘ upcoming Kanye West sample album, Netherfriends Goes West.
Chicago: Catch Netherfriends at Cole’s Bar this Friday. For show info, click here.
Hurt Everybody – “Infinite Psyduck” (Prod. by Khalfani)
New cut from Hurt Everybody over a syrupy track from Khalfani (Impolite Society). It won’t take you 100 Ultra Balls to catch this one; peep it below.
Chandler London – Ritchie: A Space Odyssey
Boldly go with Chandler London on Ritchie: A Space Odyssey- the introduction to his “rap space-opera.”
As if by transporter, the EP appeared seemingly from out of nowhere and was instantly gobbled up by hungry fans and praised by critics at Chicago Reader, Fake Shore Drive, and Gowhere Hip Hop, among others.
London has a knack for creating imagery more vivid than a Holodeck session; on Ritchie… he does so over instrumentals from Kid Cudi’s Satellite Flight album, which just dropped a few weeks ago.
DOWNLOAD: Chandler London – Ritchie: A Space Odyssey (Sendspace DL)
01. Space Oddity
02. Attack Of The Killer Robots
03. Ritchie And Clio