Sunday, January 31, 2010

Impressions of the Inexpressible Invisible



Electric Egypt amazing album "Impressions of the Inexpressible Invisible" has recently been re-mastered and re-released by Japanese label Moamoo. u can cop it here!





Electric Egypt returns to the urban world (for a little while anyway) to enirch us with his mystical journies in audio form. Download E.E.'s single "East of the River Sepik" Thanks to Dublab!

East of the River Sepik - Electric Egypt by BluntGutsNation

Shouts To Infinite Potentials for putting me on to this gem!

Impressions of the Inexpressible Invisible



Electric Egypt amazing album "Impressions of the Inexpressible Invisible" has recently been re-mastered and re-released by Japanese label Moamoo. u can cop it here!





Electric Egypt returns to the urban world (for a little while anyway) to enirch us with his mystical journies in audio form. Download E.E.'s single "East of the River Sepik" Thanks to Dublab!

East of the River Sepik - Electric Egypt by BluntGutsNation

Shouts To Infinite Potentials for putting me on to this gem!

VIBE.OVER


Check out Aspect 1 and his latest project VIBE.OVER. If you were fortunate enough to catch a live show consider yourself lucky. This cat only does shows on occasion for his main focus is the beats !

Tainted Love - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

Concert - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

Rock With U - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

VIBE.OVER


Check out Aspect 1 and his latest project VIBE.OVER. If you were fortunate enough to catch a live show consider yourself lucky. This cat only does shows on occasion for his main focus is the beats !

Tainted Love - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

Concert - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

Rock With U - Aspect 1 by BluntGutsNation

Dibiase Beat Set

Bang it Out !!

Dibiase Beat Set

Bang it Out !!

Friday, January 29, 2010

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Happy Birfday TOKi

In celebration of TOKiMONSTA's B-Day she made a 20 minute mix of some ill shit. So roll up a blunt and smoke one for TOKi.

Get Get Get it!

http://www.zshare.net/audio/71774142ac96eea9/

Happy Birfday TOKi

In celebration of TOKiMONSTA's B-Day she made a 20 minute mix of some ill shit. So roll up a blunt and smoke one for TOKi.

Get Get Get it!

http://www.zshare.net/audio/71774142ac96eea9/

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

New Dam Funk!




Dam Funk just released his 5 vinyl box set of "Toeachizown" (which I think was one of last years best releases) and for his fans who were waiting for the vinyl to be ready, he releases a new track for free. Titled "Speak The Truth" is not on Toeachizown, but was just completed. Another ill track with Dam Funk showing more of his vocal side, which I think works great on this track.

Well Got Dam Funk!

Dam Funk - Speak The Truth
http://www.stonesthrow.com/jukebox/damfunk-speakthetruth.mp3

New Dam Funk!




Dam Funk just released his 5 vinyl box set of "Toeachizown" (which I think was one of last years best releases) and for his fans who were waiting for the vinyl to be ready, he releases a new track for free. Titled "Speak The Truth" is not on Toeachizown, but was just completed. Another ill track with Dam Funk showing more of his vocal side, which I think works great on this track.

Well Got Dam Funk!

Dam Funk - Speak The Truth
http://www.stonesthrow.com/jukebox/damfunk-speakthetruth.mp3

"What you do to me"


My good friend Nigel One let me in on his new project entitled Hellamega. Hellamega is a collaboration featuring Nigel one and Peripheral, a full length album is to be released on Skew records in mid February- March. Check out this promotional video for the groups single "What you do to me".



Big ups to my man !! Video produced by 9planets

"What you do to me"


My good friend Nigel One let me in on his new project entitled Hellamega. Hellamega is a collaboration featuring Nigel one and Peripheral, a full length album is to be released on Skew records in mid February- March. Check out this promotional video for the groups single "What you do to me".



Big ups to my man !! Video produced by 9planets

Vlooper x Modlee



Canadian producer VLooper has brought his abstract, disconnected soul sound to a wide variety of projects, from solo records like the neon blaster series to his "Bullesbubbles" collaboration with African beatmaker KenLo.



The latest, "Digital Flowers," pairs up his skittery sonics with buttery R&B courtesy of spouse Gabrielle Modlee.



http://www.zshare.net/download/71703187f8338a5e/



Get it!

Vlooper x Modlee



Canadian producer VLooper has brought his abstract, disconnected soul sound to a wide variety of projects, from solo records like the neon blaster series to his "Bullesbubbles" collaboration with African beatmaker KenLo.



The latest, "Digital Flowers," pairs up his skittery sonics with buttery R&B courtesy of spouse Gabrielle Modlee.



http://www.zshare.net/download/71703187f8338a5e/



Get it!

0.

Just the other day my man Infinite-Potentials sent us this ill beattape on soundcloud(Good Lookin Out). This shit is bangin as fuck so check it out. Anyway the dudes name is 0. and the albums is called ennui . He is part of the epic Indigo Pyramid so keep an eye out for this cat. Him and his crew are gonna be doin big things in 2010.

Grab it. Dont miss Out.


0.

Just the other day my man Infinite-Potentials sent us this ill beattape on soundcloud(Good Lookin Out). This shit is bangin as fuck so check it out. Anyway the dudes name is 0. and the albums is called ennui . He is part of the epic Indigo Pyramid so keep an eye out for this cat. Him and his crew are gonna be doin big things in 2010.

Grab it. Dont miss Out.


Monday, January 25, 2010

Cafe Del Unda - You Dig? Mix Song (Two)


It's like 70+ outside during the daytime here...it's fucking January! I almost got stung by a bee today. Shit chea. I know its not nice like this in other places so here's a new Cafe Del Unda mix to keep that ass warm. Funk/Boogie/Soul Jazz/Brazilian/Nigerian goodness. Like bootleg liquor on a Sunday night.

Get Dat.

Cafe Del Unda - You Dig? Mix Song
http://www.zshare.net/audio/71700512dfba04f6/

Oh yea, song is two in Thai.

Cafe Del Unda - You Dig? Mix Song (Two)


It's like 70+ outside during the daytime here...it's fucking January! I almost got stung by a bee today. Shit chea. I know its not nice like this in other places so here's a new Cafe Del Unda mix to keep that ass warm. Funk/Boogie/Soul Jazz/Brazilian/Nigerian goodness. Like bootleg liquor on a Sunday night.

Get Dat.

Cafe Del Unda - You Dig? Mix Song
http://www.zshare.net/audio/71700512dfba04f6/

Oh yea, song is two in Thai.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

live in Paris,La Maroquinerie


The Bad Kid live in Paris. What I love about this show is that it features an emcee set and dj set !

http://www.zshare.net/audio/71523904909c419f/

hot shit!

live in Paris,La Maroquinerie


The Bad Kid live in Paris. What I love about this show is that it features an emcee set and dj set !

http://www.zshare.net/audio/71523904909c419f/

hot shit!

T5 Soul Sessions : First up (Prefuse 73)


The promotional giveaway (limited copies) from NYC clothing store/line Triple Five Soul. This is the first in the T5 Soul Sessions series. Scott Herren refers to his work on Volume 1 as "a small sample of what I go home and listen to. More than a traditional mixtape, I preferred to let the introspective side in and share the sounds that I play when I’m cooking dinner, just thinking, or not sitting behind an MPC and various instruments for 12 hours!"


Prefuse 73 - 07 - [unknown] by BluntGutsNation


Prefuse 73 - 18 - [unknown] by BluntGutsNation

Unfortunately, at Herren's personal request, he will not release any information regarding the artists or track information from this compilation. This collection contains random Latin American tracks of different styles with few, new original material by Prefuse 73 in the mix.
Stay tuned for later episodes in the series !
Epic !!!

T5 Soul Sessions : First up (Prefuse 73)


The promotional giveaway (limited copies) from NYC clothing store/line Triple Five Soul. This is the first in the T5 Soul Sessions series. Scott Herren refers to his work on Volume 1 as "a small sample of what I go home and listen to. More than a traditional mixtape, I preferred to let the introspective side in and share the sounds that I play when I’m cooking dinner, just thinking, or not sitting behind an MPC and various instruments for 12 hours!"


Prefuse 73 - 07 - [unknown] by BluntGutsNation


Prefuse 73 - 18 - [unknown] by BluntGutsNation

Unfortunately, at Herren's personal request, he will not release any information regarding the artists or track information from this compilation. This collection contains random Latin American tracks of different styles with few, new original material by Prefuse 73 in the mix.
Stay tuned for later episodes in the series !
Epic !!!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Amenta & fLako!



RBMA 2010 participant Amenta & producer fLako release two free tracks via Up My Alley . Had the pleasure of meeting Amenta while I was up north in Toronto for the winter. Big big shout out to her and Mymanhenri of 92bpm. Have a neck-snappin' time in London! Much love to the fam up north!

Get Dat:
fLako & amento – Do You
fLako & Amento - 04500

BluntGutsNation

Amenta & fLako!



RBMA 2010 participant Amenta & producer fLako release two free tracks via Up My Alley . Had the pleasure of meeting Amenta while I was up north in Toronto for the winter. Big big shout out to her and Mymanhenri of 92bpm. Have a neck-snappin' time in London! Much love to the fam up north!

Get Dat:
fLako & amento – Do You
fLako & Amento - 04500

BluntGutsNation

Mayer Hawthorne!

The retro soul singer/instrumentalist/DJ/producer blew my mind the first time I heard the single, "Just Ain't Gonna Work Out". I was chillin over at the Blunt Guts house when Raoul Duke put the heart shaped vinyl on his turntable and my ears melted. The first words out of my mouth were, "Yo...what the fuck is this!" Well, "this" was Mayer Hawthorne aka DJ Haircut aka Artist of the Year declared by Real Detroit magazine. I can't wait to hear his new stuff this year, apparently Mayer's dipping into some Brazilian music! Check out the article below from Real Detroit, followed by a Dusty Fingers video of Hawthorne @ the Groove Merchant record store in San Fransisco, and lastly his new mix of rare soul 45s titled, "Soul With A Hole Vol. 1".

Written by Treasure Groh, photo by Jeremy Deputat. Published in Real Detroit Weekly, December 29, 2009.

"I was in my car not too long ago listening to 89X, a common occurrence if you must know. And as I was cruising down Woodward Avenue, a familiar sound popped up — a chime-like sound of a piano and a silky voice slowly crooning: “Whoa …maybe so, maybe no,” before a snazzy beat dropped and the chorus came in. I smiled before tweeting that I just heard Mayer Hawthorne on the radio, surprisingly for the first time. You see, Mayer Hawthorne is a big deal these days. His album has been greeted with critical acclaim and the adoration of many an artist, from the likes of Alicia Keys to Justin Timberlake. He’s signed to famed Stones Throw Records and has become, in half a year’s time, a musical golden boy — and he never even planned it. I’ve written about him twice in one month. Even my own mother likes him. That, ladies and gentlemen, is true talent.

The interesting thing about having an artist from Michigan blow up around the globe is this: we knew him before. Hawthorne’s buzz in the Ann Arbor/Detroit area was undeniable years ago when he was better known as DJ Haircut with the group Athletic Mic League and better known as a hip-hop artist than a retro-soul singer. While metro-Detroiters were already up on the new “it" boy, major publications are just now naming him a “breaking” artist. Tweets tagging the link to his first single, "Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out," littered cyberspace and many vinyl junkies made it a point to cop his red heart-shaped seven-inch. DJ Graffiti of A-Side Worldwide, Hawthorne’s management team, says, “Mayer Hawthorne had the best vinyl campaign I’ve seen for any artist,” when mentioning the album, A Strange Arrangement, which was pressed on vinyl and encased with a faux-alligator skin cover and another 45 that was pressed on green vinyl. Hawthorne has made music fun again. He’s made vinyl collectors happy, he’s given lovers of oldies a reason to buy new music and he’s created a classic-soul fan base out of teenagers and early 20-somethings who used to roll their eyes at such music. “It was Peanut Butter Wolf that convinced me that I should create a whole album of soul music … that wasn’t in my plan,” says Hawthorne. He’s shown everyone that even if you end up doing what wasn’t intended, it could change your life.

For something that wasn’t planned, A Strange Arrangement enjoyed a visit on the Billboard 200 hip-hop album chart and a number two peak position on the Heatseekers chart. Not bad at all for an impromptu record deal. Hawthorne has also recently been nominated for Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year for URB Magazine’s 2009 readers’ poll and has been chosen by many an outlet as song of the week for “Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out.” Even Playboy Magazine had something to say, choosing Hawthorne as a “breakout artist” early on in 2009 before many had caught on.

The upward mobility that Hawthorne’s career has taken as of late has developed a few rumors, but of the more benevolent species. Rumors seemed to pop up that, because of John Mayer’s fixation with the new crooner’s album, the pair would soon be creating a Mayer vs. Mayer album. And wouldn’t that make some sense? To Hawthorne it doesn’t, as he claims to have never yet met the musician. “Nor have I met most of these celebrities who send out messages about promoting me. That’s definitely been very surreal,” he admits. In addition to this maybe-so-maybe-no collaboration, Hawthorne has also been in the studio with Snoop Dogg and even has a feature on the hip-hop star's new album.

His opening set for the aforementioned John Mayer on New Year’s Eve 2010 is a far cry from the venues he was or is currently playing. Make no mistake, these smaller 500 person venues are most definitely selling out — as the Magic Stick did for Hawthorne’s show just weeks ago. Some may say that the process isn’t happening fast enough; that if Hawthorne is such a force of musical prowess why isn’t the entire country catching on at the same time? Why aren’t his songs being played on top 40 stations? Well, my friends, Hawthorne may not be the overnight sensation that, say, Taylor Swift is. He may not be raking in the award nominations at lightning speed or have videos that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to make. Hawthorne’s career is organic. He is slowly building an empire that won’t easily be crumbled; one that will stand the test of time and, in 20 years, people will still be remembering. Instead of creating an entire career in the States playing in arenas and selling millions of albums, he’s putting in work in Europe — where he just come back from a widely successful tour — and Australia, where he’ll be in the early half of 2010.

Maybe it’s the black-rimmed glasses, argyle sweaters and those undeniably hip Chuck Taylors that complete Hawthorne’s nerdy-cool uniform that have made the globe swoon for him. Or it could be his honeyed vocals, classy swagger and the fact that he’s created a resurgence of tunes that symbolize a simpler time. The best bet is that it’s all of the above. Everything that blends together to compose whatever Mayer Hawthorne is, well, it's simply intoxicating. We can’t get enough of Mayer Hawthorne. We are all hopped-up on whatever drug it is that he’s slipped into our drinks while we were intently listening to his songs. It’s contagious and we can't help but pass it on like an email chain letter. Whatever “it” is, it’s safe to say that it's a high we're in no hurry to come down from."

Here's Hawthorne digging for records. And yea man, I feel you on people blowing your phone up while your in the record store. Always happens.


Lastly...here's "Soul With A Hole Vol. 1" for sale @ Stones Throw.
http://www.stonesthrow.com/store/mixtape/mayerhawthorne/soul-with-a-hole-vol-1

Full yet?

Mayer Hawthorne!

The retro soul singer/instrumentalist/DJ/producer blew my mind the first time I heard the single, "Just Ain't Gonna Work Out". I was chillin over at the Blunt Guts house when Raoul Duke put the heart shaped vinyl on his turntable and my ears melted. The first words out of my mouth were, "Yo...what the fuck is this!" Well, "this" was Mayer Hawthorne aka DJ Haircut aka Artist of the Year declared by Real Detroit magazine. I can't wait to hear his new stuff this year, apparently Mayer's dipping into some Brazilian music! Check out the article below from Real Detroit, followed by a Dusty Fingers video of Hawthorne @ the Groove Merchant record store in San Fransisco, and lastly his new mix of rare soul 45s titled, "Soul With A Hole Vol. 1".

Written by Treasure Groh, photo by Jeremy Deputat. Published in Real Detroit Weekly, December 29, 2009.

"I was in my car not too long ago listening to 89X, a common occurrence if you must know. And as I was cruising down Woodward Avenue, a familiar sound popped up — a chime-like sound of a piano and a silky voice slowly crooning: “Whoa …maybe so, maybe no,” before a snazzy beat dropped and the chorus came in. I smiled before tweeting that I just heard Mayer Hawthorne on the radio, surprisingly for the first time. You see, Mayer Hawthorne is a big deal these days. His album has been greeted with critical acclaim and the adoration of many an artist, from the likes of Alicia Keys to Justin Timberlake. He’s signed to famed Stones Throw Records and has become, in half a year’s time, a musical golden boy — and he never even planned it. I’ve written about him twice in one month. Even my own mother likes him. That, ladies and gentlemen, is true talent.

The interesting thing about having an artist from Michigan blow up around the globe is this: we knew him before. Hawthorne’s buzz in the Ann Arbor/Detroit area was undeniable years ago when he was better known as DJ Haircut with the group Athletic Mic League and better known as a hip-hop artist than a retro-soul singer. While metro-Detroiters were already up on the new “it" boy, major publications are just now naming him a “breaking” artist. Tweets tagging the link to his first single, "Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out," littered cyberspace and many vinyl junkies made it a point to cop his red heart-shaped seven-inch. DJ Graffiti of A-Side Worldwide, Hawthorne’s management team, says, “Mayer Hawthorne had the best vinyl campaign I’ve seen for any artist,” when mentioning the album, A Strange Arrangement, which was pressed on vinyl and encased with a faux-alligator skin cover and another 45 that was pressed on green vinyl. Hawthorne has made music fun again. He’s made vinyl collectors happy, he’s given lovers of oldies a reason to buy new music and he’s created a classic-soul fan base out of teenagers and early 20-somethings who used to roll their eyes at such music. “It was Peanut Butter Wolf that convinced me that I should create a whole album of soul music … that wasn’t in my plan,” says Hawthorne. He’s shown everyone that even if you end up doing what wasn’t intended, it could change your life.

For something that wasn’t planned, A Strange Arrangement enjoyed a visit on the Billboard 200 hip-hop album chart and a number two peak position on the Heatseekers chart. Not bad at all for an impromptu record deal. Hawthorne has also recently been nominated for Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year for URB Magazine’s 2009 readers’ poll and has been chosen by many an outlet as song of the week for “Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out.” Even Playboy Magazine had something to say, choosing Hawthorne as a “breakout artist” early on in 2009 before many had caught on.

The upward mobility that Hawthorne’s career has taken as of late has developed a few rumors, but of the more benevolent species. Rumors seemed to pop up that, because of John Mayer’s fixation with the new crooner’s album, the pair would soon be creating a Mayer vs. Mayer album. And wouldn’t that make some sense? To Hawthorne it doesn’t, as he claims to have never yet met the musician. “Nor have I met most of these celebrities who send out messages about promoting me. That’s definitely been very surreal,” he admits. In addition to this maybe-so-maybe-no collaboration, Hawthorne has also been in the studio with Snoop Dogg and even has a feature on the hip-hop star's new album.

His opening set for the aforementioned John Mayer on New Year’s Eve 2010 is a far cry from the venues he was or is currently playing. Make no mistake, these smaller 500 person venues are most definitely selling out — as the Magic Stick did for Hawthorne’s show just weeks ago. Some may say that the process isn’t happening fast enough; that if Hawthorne is such a force of musical prowess why isn’t the entire country catching on at the same time? Why aren’t his songs being played on top 40 stations? Well, my friends, Hawthorne may not be the overnight sensation that, say, Taylor Swift is. He may not be raking in the award nominations at lightning speed or have videos that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to make. Hawthorne’s career is organic. He is slowly building an empire that won’t easily be crumbled; one that will stand the test of time and, in 20 years, people will still be remembering. Instead of creating an entire career in the States playing in arenas and selling millions of albums, he’s putting in work in Europe — where he just come back from a widely successful tour — and Australia, where he’ll be in the early half of 2010.

Maybe it’s the black-rimmed glasses, argyle sweaters and those undeniably hip Chuck Taylors that complete Hawthorne’s nerdy-cool uniform that have made the globe swoon for him. Or it could be his honeyed vocals, classy swagger and the fact that he’s created a resurgence of tunes that symbolize a simpler time. The best bet is that it’s all of the above. Everything that blends together to compose whatever Mayer Hawthorne is, well, it's simply intoxicating. We can’t get enough of Mayer Hawthorne. We are all hopped-up on whatever drug it is that he’s slipped into our drinks while we were intently listening to his songs. It’s contagious and we can't help but pass it on like an email chain letter. Whatever “it” is, it’s safe to say that it's a high we're in no hurry to come down from."

Here's Hawthorne digging for records. And yea man, I feel you on people blowing your phone up while your in the record store. Always happens.


Lastly...here's "Soul With A Hole Vol. 1" for sale @ Stones Throw.
http://www.stonesthrow.com/store/mixtape/mayerhawthorne/soul-with-a-hole-vol-1

Full yet?

AKAI's New APC20

Awwww yes.

Akai introduces the APC20, the more affordable little brother of the APC40. This is Akai's second controller release dedicated to Ableton Live. Just like the APC40 it features a multicolor 8x5 button Session View Matrix, 9 high-quality faders and two-way communication with Ableton Live.

One of the cool features is that if you have an APC40 already, you can hook the APC20 up to it in it's "Combination Mode" and have access to 16 tracks and a 80-button grid.

And...here's the really ILL part.


You can run up to 6 APC20s at one time.

(Chris Tucker Voice) - GOD DAAMN!

Check out a video performance of the APC20 in action:


BluntGutsNation

AKAI's New APC20

Awwww yes.

Akai introduces the APC20, the more affordable little brother of the APC40. This is Akai's second controller release dedicated to Ableton Live. Just like the APC40 it features a multicolor 8x5 button Session View Matrix, 9 high-quality faders and two-way communication with Ableton Live.

One of the cool features is that if you have an APC40 already, you can hook the APC20 up to it in it's "Combination Mode" and have access to 16 tracks and a 80-button grid.

And...here's the really ILL part.


You can run up to 6 APC20s at one time.

(Chris Tucker Voice) - GOD DAAMN!

Check out a video performance of the APC20 in action:


BluntGutsNation

Savannah's Acid Throwing Woman



Check out her "I DIDN'T DO IT" T-Shirt.

Welcome to Savannah.

Savannah's Acid Throwing Woman



Check out her "I DIDN'T DO IT" T-Shirt.

Welcome to Savannah.

Mochilla - Hear The World (Mix)

I was meaning to post this about a month ago when I received it in my inbox, but it was lost due to a flood of emails from Nigerian royalty and tips on how to make my sex life better. The good people at Mochilla & VTech released a mix called "Hear The World" which consists of Ethiopian jazz, Colombian Funk, Brasilian Folk, Jazz, fusion and Hip-Hop. It also features music from Mulatu, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and the Suite for Ma Dukes Orchestra, Arthur Verocai, Azymuth, Quantic and his Combo Barbaro, Karriem Riggins, Jackson Conti, and Exile.

Can you say WORD?! (Say It Loud).

Get dat FREE mix here:
http://music.vtechphones.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/01-mochilla_vtech-final-2009.mp3

Peace to B. Coleman & the Mochilla fam for always droppin' heat. Don't Sleep!

Mochilla - Hear The World (Mix)

I was meaning to post this about a month ago when I received it in my inbox, but it was lost due to a flood of emails from Nigerian royalty and tips on how to make my sex life better. The good people at Mochilla & VTech released a mix called "Hear The World" which consists of Ethiopian jazz, Colombian Funk, Brasilian Folk, Jazz, fusion and Hip-Hop. It also features music from Mulatu, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and the Suite for Ma Dukes Orchestra, Arthur Verocai, Azymuth, Quantic and his Combo Barbaro, Karriem Riggins, Jackson Conti, and Exile.

Can you say WORD?! (Say It Loud).

Get dat FREE mix here:
http://music.vtechphones.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/01-mochilla_vtech-final-2009.mp3

Peace to B. Coleman & the Mochilla fam for always droppin' heat. Don't Sleep!

Lazer Sword Live



The whole Blunt Guts Crew hopped into Pancho's car on saturday and drove 2hrs up to Charlston, South Carolina to catch Lazer Sword droppin some serious heat. Their entire set was bangers from start to finish. Low Limit and Lando Kal fuckin murdered the burrito spot/bar. The place was packed and wild as fuck, proof that a beat show can go down in the south. Here is a video I put together of their face melting performance. Enjoy.


Pancho & Unda gettin some dranks

Pancho Villa, Lando Kal, Raoul Duke

Unda, Low Limit, Raoul Duke, Pancho Villa, Some demon guy, Lando Kal

Overall the show was fucking incredible, if Lazer Sword is coming anywhere near your town GO. During the show Low Limit Dropped an outrageous remix of Quasimoto's Broad Factor. Check it out.

Lazer Sword Live



The whole Blunt Guts Crew hopped into Pancho's car on saturday and drove 2hrs up to Charlston, South Carolina to catch Lazer Sword droppin some serious heat. Their entire set was bangers from start to finish. Low Limit and Lando Kal fuckin murdered the burrito spot/bar. The place was packed and wild as fuck, proof that a beat show can go down in the south. Here is a video I put together of their face melting performance. Enjoy.


Pancho & Unda gettin some dranks

Pancho Villa, Lando Kal, Raoul Duke

Unda, Low Limit, Raoul Duke, Pancho Villa, Some demon guy, Lando Kal

Overall the show was fucking incredible, if Lazer Sword is coming anywhere near your town GO. During the show Low Limit Dropped an outrageous remix of Quasimoto's Broad Factor. Check it out.

Pic of the Day


Pic of the Day