Come join us as we close out the Summer, it’s time once again for Kimball House Rock!
Last month, Netherfriends dropped Volume 1 of his “Kind of Buzzed” series for our June podcast. Volume 2 features Swords the Ronin (Second City Citizens) freestyling over improvised beats, live at Cafe Mustache. Peep the video, and grab the track below.
In the spirit of Miles Davis’ Kind Of Blue, Netherfriends put together “Kind Of Buzzed”- a series of improvised beats, cooked up fresh on the spot, and garnished with the freestyles of different Chicago Hip Hop artists.
Video: Live @ KHJK
Netherfriends is the focus of this mini-documentary, created by the folks over at KHJK (Lawrence, KS – 90.7FM). Throughout …Transition, Netherfriends discusses his shift in musical direction and the Chicago Hip-Hop scene. The video also includes some performance footage from the Kimball House and Empty Bottle- with an ill guest appearance from Second City Citizen, Rich Jones. P3ACE!
Freestyle loops, beats, and lyrics from Netherfriends featuring Blakkass Westley (Impolite Society), Chandler London, and Rich Jones (Second City Citizens). Also featuring Danimal The Choppa on MPC. In the spirit of Miles Davis’ Kind Of Blue; recorded live at Kimball House. As always, the Kimball House Podcast is available on iTunes for the free.
Subscribe & Download: KHP Podcast 006 – “Netherfriends – Kind Of Buzzed”
Produced and Directed by Danimal Tha Choppa
When the strict conventions of the Midwest become too much for Rich Jones (Second City Citizens) and Chandler London, the pair hatch a plot to embark to a more even-handed part of the country. From the Middle of the Map to the Rocky Mountains, peep the video and download the track below.
The Deli is an independent publication and website that focuses on local indie music scenes and emerging artists (from rock to folk, from punk to indie pop, with a little bit of hip hop). It currently publishes a printed magazine about the NYC music scene and has daily updated , separate webpages tackling the new emerging music in cities like NYC, LA, SF, and Nashville [and Chicago!].
The Deli Chicago is a resource for Chicago musical artists and fans. We want to be a place for bands to share their music with others, and for fans to make their own decisions about what local music they enjoy. – The Deli Chicago Mission Statement
Among the many talented artists to grace the list(s), Impolite Society were named among The Deli’s best Chicago Hip-Hop acts, placing at Number #11 in Popularity, and Number #15 for Web Buzz. Shout out to Rich Jones (Second City Citizens), who also broke the top 20.
Want to see what all the buzz is about? Catch ImSo live at Underground Lounge on Feb. 24th.