DJ Quest is back with another one
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The second video from Rap Camp is here. We connected with the legendary Crayone to direct and magic happened.
The final installment of the Disturbers saga. Recorded in Carmel Valley, CA somethin’ like 2001-2003, Previously unreleased. The Disturbers in this case were Son Tiff and Luke Sick and Curator (on Tallman only). Everything played, scratched, lifted, rapped, sang, arranged, produced and mixed by: Disturbers. Lead Guitar and drum programming and any instrument played live by Son Tiff. Turntables by Luke Sick. Pre-Party (Swamp Boogie Remix) by Jason Slater. Finally mastered by Deeskee for Weightless Audio Productions in late-2018. Megakut Latent Release Dept. A&R: Paul Gembus aka P-Minus (ATAK Distro)
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G-Pek and Luke Sick have just blessed us with the second and third installments in the Dankslob saga. If you caught the first one you already know. Grab it before it’s too late, vinyl after vol. IV drops.
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The second album from The Disturbers.
Layin’ a patch
Here we have the second installment in the Disturbers saga, Anansi Spider. This is where things really start to take off and I wrote in length awhile back the impact this tape had on me. If you’re familiar with it you already know. Palo Altos finest.
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Battery Chuckers Raw Motherfuckers
Some of us like to drink and some of us are really good at it, but few make it an art. Dev Rambis takes getting on gurp to a level only eclipsed by Busy Ranks. Deep in the gurp and mobbin’ like a muthafucka, take a trip through the harsh realities and joys of life with Dev Rambis.
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Ramping up to the 5th Disturbers release, “Infidel Producer” coming soon on cassette from I Had An Accident/Mega Kut Records, Gurp City Digital is releasing digital downloads (for the 1st time ever!) of the first 4 Disturbers tapes, starting with Moe’s Strange Hobby. There are many memories and stories to tell as I revisit these old 4-track sessions. Ask me about ’em sometime. DL it below for only $5, so you can start to put together the whole Disturbers puzzle if you haven’t already. – Luke Sick
Enjoy. Long live the Hoop.
At Zero Data Studios they don’t talk to the fuzz. What they do is put in major work.
Fuck around and get your whole project produced for a thow wow, all bangers. Let that sink in a little.
The big man is finally here. Fresh off stealing the show on Rap Camp: The Flood, Big Sammy delivers his long awaited Refrigerator Perry project. For a while I did not think this was ever going to see the light of day but it needed to drop and we made it happen. Fire it up and enjoy.
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On Tilt , QM and Luke Sick, have pulled together a dope lineup for their new compilation, The Tiltalation.
On Tilt, Monk Mandino, J-Lately, Dev Rambis, Eddie K, Brandon B, Ben Buck, L*Roneous, DJ Marz, Richie Cunning, D. Vincent, Diamond Lung, Big Shawn, Bad Larry, Kayer, Rime Force Most Illin’, Pudge, Squalid, Philo, Gus Cutty, Ritchy Flo, White Mic, Sacred Hoop, Monikape, DamCold$, S.T.A.T.I.K., Too Tough, Uncle Buck, Brycon, G-Pek, DJ Eons One, Yelir, Spex, Shag Diggler, Chaz One, Just Jay, Vrse Murphy, Z-Man
And just like that Luke Sick is back with another ill collab, this time with long time collaborator DJ Raw B as Born Illness. Eight tracks of pure science. Grab the cd and download grab ya shorty ya nuts and a forty or maybe a snack. Just get the album blood.
Luke Sick and Damien return to expand on the sound they built on their debut e.p. And that they did giving this album a funky ass twist making it sound like it could have came out of Palo Alto in the early 90’s. Phenomenal.
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First video off of Rap Camp: The Flood out now!