Tag: Philadelphia

May 25, 2017 /

Damn, how could people sleep on Res, man?

Philly songstress Res (rhymes with “peace”) definitely had a solid debut in her 2001 record How I Do, a tremendously underrated work which, to this day, still boggles my mind that it didn’t get her a bit more shine.

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October 12, 2016 /

I’ll admit, It’s been a minute I last listened to the Philly emcee Lushlife.Years ago I took a chance on his 2011 mixtape, No More Golden Days, and on first spin I was pretty impressed, digging more than a few tracks, for Lush’s energy and indie-inspired soundscapes.

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October 16, 2014 /

Well,  I’m about a year into my first legit big-boy job and I’m fully admitting that I’ll never be employee of the year, unless it’s being amazing at having daily existential crises about being a cube-dweller, but when it comes to having a dope work ethic Has-Lo and Castle have it on lock.

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July 9, 2012 /

For the last few days I’ve been feeling under the weather, dealing with sore throats, harsh coughs, and all kinds of mucus (oh God, the stuff that was coming out of my nose…), so I’ve been cooped up inside with a lot of medication and a lot of music.

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March 28, 2012 /

Man, how in the hell did I not hear of Lushlife?

While on my pron/music/net crawl I came across the Bandcamp of the Philadelphia-based producer and emcee Lushlife, with a single from his upcoming record Plateau Vision, “Big Sur.”  Giving it a shot, I liked what I heard: Very engaging production, and true to the guy’s name, quite lush with the sounds and his performance.

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