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Evil Ebenezer and Factor – “Paul Giamatti” (Dir : Stuey Kubrick) – New Music Video Out Now!!

Peep the slick new Stuey Kubrick produced Music Video for Evil Ebinezer and Factor’s track “Paul Giamatti!

Perfect way to welcome the weekend, I’d say!

Download Evil Ebenezer and Factor “Paul Giamatti” On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/paul-giamatti-feat.-evil-ebenezer/id881330331

Enjoy! ~dhh

Ultraviolet

Sadistik – “1984″ – Official Music Video + “Ultraviolet” New Album Pre-Orders Available Now!!

Seattle-based hip hop artist, Sadistik just dropped his awe-inspiring new music video titled, “1984″! Check it out here:

It’s lifted from his brand new up-coming Ep called “Ultraviolet” featuring Eyedea, Nacho Picasso, Tech N9ne and more!!
Be sure to pre-order your copy right here:

Pre-order the 13 track album now on iTunes featuring Tech N9ne, Eyedea, Sticky Fingaz, Lotte Kestner, Nacho Picasso, Yes Alexander, and Terra Lopez. Receive an immediate download of 1984 with any pre-order!

DIGITAL PRE-ORDER

Pre-order the album along with physical bundles that include transparent purple double vinyl, t-shirt, hoodie, Spellbound lyric book, shot glass, and violet herb grinder for the ultimate ULTRAVIOLET experience.

PHYSICAL PRE-ORDER

To stay updated with the latest news on Ultraviolet and to easily find pre-order, music, videos, contact, and store links visit the brand new website:

WWW.IAMULTRAVIOLET.COM

ABOUT ULTRAVIOLET

“On UltravioletSadistik closes his eyes tight and reaches out towards the peripheries of perception through introspection and psychedelic escapism, transcribing the vivid images crawling on the dark purple walls of his Seattle studio. The day after he finished recording 2013’s critically acclaimed Flowers For My FatherSadistik (born Cody Foster) began writing the new record with a head full of acid, left field 60s & 70s cinema and palpable frustration with the world around him.
Falling somewhere on the spectrum between the confessionals of Atmosphere and dark heart of Cage, and inspired by the delivery and ethos of the legendary Eyedea, Seattle-based emcee Sadistik has been a force on the indie scene for the better part of a decade, opening for artists such as Lupe Fiasco and collaborating with the likes of Sage Francis, Astronautalis and Ceschi. He began Ultraviolet as an exercise in creativity, pushing himself to never take a day off and make the best album of his career for the second year in a row.
With production from SXMPLELIFE, Eric G, Maulskull and Kid Called Computer and guest shots fromEyedeaLotte KestnerTech N9neSticky Fingaz and Nacho PicassoUltraviolet peels back the layers behind Foster’s synesthesia (seeing sound as color or otherwise mixing of the senses) and reveals the colorful terrain just out of reach in the daytime when “the skies cry 365”. He details a shifting Pacific Northwest cloud cover while referencing everyone from Orwell to Burroughs and examining the self in the era of surveillance and diminishing returns.
Cult Leader” begins the album with an ominous banger emblematic of Sadistik’s finest, most nuanced writing. “1984” channels André 3000 in its opening bars before Sadistik abstractedly explores the omnipresence of big brother. “Cubic Zirconia” features interludes from Italian film icon Asia Argento and an urgent, melodic third verse harmonized with the vocals of Lotte Kestner. Eyedea delivers an eerily prophetic verse on “Chemical Burns” that reminds listeners just what a masterful lyricist and narrator of the human condition he was. Sadistik adopts a deft delivery on the track to complement that of his lost friend whose torch he proudly carries on through every album.
Ultraviolet is Sadistik’s unabashed nose dive into the subconscious mind, a three dimensional portrait painted in hues of psychosis and psychedelia. Drawing on his background in clinical psychology and cinematic predilections, he creates a richly layered world of his own and offers the listener a passing glimpse through the keyhole”.

Definitely one release you need to know about.

Peace! ~dhh

Sadistik

Sadistik – “Cult Leader” Official Music Video + New Album Announcement “ULTRAVIOLET” Out 7.1.14!

Check out the brand new music video for Sadistik’s “Cult Leader”!!

This track is from Sadistik’s third full length album, ULTRAVIOLET, drops July 1st, 2014 on Fake Four Inc. & features guest appearances from Tech N9ne, Eyedea, Sticky Fingaz of Onyx, Nacho Picasso, Sister Crayon & more.

We will be sure to keep you updated as and when the album becomes available.

For more information on Sadistik check out:
http://sadistikmusic.com/

Peace! ~dhh

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nanigan nickleby’s “Apropos of No More Snow” Zavala Redux – New Single!

Check out this slick new remix from nanigan nickleby’s track “Apropos of No More Snow” The Zavala Redux!!!

This is an updated version of the track with a new beat and an extra verse, the previously sombre song a bit more hope. The original beat is jacked from Fake Four, Inc. super-producer Zavala. www.fakefourinc.com

The original version is from the album Dead Letters in Exile which was also one of our Choices of 2013 and you can grab yourself a copy of the project here:

Be sure to stay in touch with nanigan on Facebook too:
www.facebook.com/nanigan

Enjoy! ~ dhh

MB Nasea

MOODIE BLACK’s “HAWK vs. VULTURE”Official Music Video + Limited Edition 12″ Picture Vinyl Out Now!!

Here is the brand new video from MOODIE BLACK for their track “Hawk Vs. Vulture”!
Check it out!!

This track is lifted fromMoodie Black’s new album Nasea out now on Dora Dorovitch (Vinyl), Jarring Effects (Digital France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxemburg) & Fake Four Inc via Redeye (CD and Digital rest of the world)!!
You can grab yourself a copy of the digital album from Fake Four here:

Also available; the limited edition 12″ picture vinyl via Dora Dorovitch!!
you can purchase the vinyl by clicking on the image below:
*Click here to purchase the "Nausea" Limited Edition 12" Picture disc!*

“Nausea. Disorienting. Anxious. Unsettled. It is hard to imagine better words for the debut release by post-noise rap pioneers Moodie Black. Like the concept of Nausea itself used in existential philosophies of Jean Paul Sartre, the album is a sonic confrontation with the beauty of an unsettled mood, a disconnection with what is everyday and common. Following up their 2013 self-titled E.P. that herald their mastery of integrating hip-hop styled rap with punishing noise, static, and industrial yet melodic soundscapes, Nausea offers audiences a different vision of what noise rap can be. Unlike the uptempo tracks found on their self-titled E.P. release (No Blood ft. Ceschi Ramos; Hipster Death; Last Griot ft. Dälek), Nausea reveals a more downtempo, near catatonic, dystopian, and beautiful mood. The band seems to have traded in raw, punishing static force, for more sophisticated ambient sounds and progressions. The album has a dark continuity and holds together well under its half-time rhythmic, head nod inducing pulses. Lyrics tell a story about the band’s frustrations with mass conformity, societal lack of sincerity, all while also paying homage to the transcendent quality of the human struggle as a meaningful one. Like the existential concept of Nausea itself, Moodie Black’s Nausea present sonic basic truths about human nature and existence. As its big beats, prodding rhythms, on point lyrical flows, wailing vocals, blissed out synth and dark guitars come crashing down upon us, Nausea upsets our everyday understanding of not only noise rap by shocking us into a new awareness about the genre, but also about what existence more generally, can be.

 

For more info on Moodie Black this is where to look:
www.moodieblack.com
www.soundcloud.com/moodie-black
www.facebook.com/moodieblackmusic
www.doradorovitch.fr/#!moodieblack/

 

This album is everything it says it is and much more.
Listen with caution…

 

Peace! ~dhh

 

MB - NAsea

Moodie Black – “Nausea” – Brand New Album Out Now!!

Peace all…

If you’re a fan of “Noise Rap” ie Dalek, BLACKIE, Death Grips etc. This Moodie Black album “Nausea” is a must! It dropped Today via Dora Dorovitch (Vinyl), Jarring Effects (Digital France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxemburg) & Fake Four Inc via Redeye (CD and Digital rest of the world)!! You can grab yourself a copy of the digital album from Fake Four here:

and for those that like collectables, check this out!
PRE-ORDER – Secure yourself a copy of Moodie Black’s Nausea on Picture Disc now !
http://www.doradorovitch.fr/#!PRE-ORDER—Secure-yourself-a-copy-of-Moodie-Blacks-Nausea-on-Picture-Disc-now-/c19sr/643C53A6-4C77-41A1-8CCA-050D8988DA0C

Pre-order Moodie Black’s atmospheric noise rap opus NAUSEA with limited coloring book by artist Jamee Varda!
https://www.circleintosquare.com/item/nausea#.U1-1Hfl_tio

Every pre-order of the Moodie Black Picture disc gets you into a contest to win a test pressing by drawing lots!!
MoodieBlackPress“Nausea. Disorienting. Anxious. Unsettled. It is hard to imagine better words for the debut release by post-noise rap pioneers Moodie Black. Like the concept of Nausea itself used in existential philosophies of Jean Paul Sartre, the album is a sonic confrontation with the beauty of an unsettled mood, a disconnection with what is everyday and common. Following up their 2013 self-titled E.P. that herald their mastery of integrating hip-hop styled rap with punishing noise, static, and industrial yet melodic soundscapes, Nausea offers audiences a different vision of what noise rap can be. Unlike the uptempo tracks found on their self-titled E.P. release (No Blood ft. Ceschi Ramos; Hipster Death; Last Griot ft. Dälek), Nausea reveals a more downtempo, near catatonic, dystopian, and beautiful mood. The band seems to have traded in raw, punishing static force, for more sophisticated ambient sounds and progressions. The album has a dark continuity and holds together well under its half-time rhythmic, head nod inducing pulses. Lyrics tell a story about the band’s frustrations with mass conformity, societal lack of sincerity, all while also paying homage to the transcendent quality of the human struggle as a meaningful one. Like the existential concept of Nausea itself, Moodie Black’s Nausea present sonic basic truths about human nature and existence. As its big beats, prodding rhythms, on point lyrical flows, wailing vocals, blissed out synth and dark guitars come crashing down upon us, Nausea upsets our everyday understanding of not only noise rap by shocking us into a new awareness about the genre, but also about what existence more generally, can be.

For more info on Moodie Black this is where to look:
www.moodieblack.com
www.soundcloud.com/moodie-black
www.facebook.com/moodieblackmusic
www.doradorovitch.fr/#!moodieblack/

This album is everything it says it is and much more.
Listen with caution…

Peace! ~dhh

 

MB - NAsea

Moodie Black – “N.A.U.S.E.A.” – Available May 6 – Pre-order Here!

Moodie Black have a brand new album coming next week!!
N.A.U.S.E.A. will be available from May 6 but in the mean-time you can pre-order your copy here via Dora dorovitch label - Fake Four Inc - Jarring Effects!

Here’s a small taste of what to expect:

“Nausea. Disorienting. Anxious. Unsettled. It is hard to imagine better words for the debut release by post-noise rap pioneers Moodie Black. Like the concept of Nausea itself used in existential philosophies of Jean Paul Sartre, the album is a sonic confrontation with the beauty of an unsettled mood, a disconnection with what is everyday and common. Following up their 2013 self-titled E.P. that herald their mastery of integrating hip-hop styled rap with punishing noise, static, and industrial yet melodic soundscapes, Nausea offers audiences a different vision of what noise rap can be. Unlike the uptempo tracks found on their self-titled E.P. release (No Blood ft. Ceschi Ramos; Hipster Death; Last Griot ft. Dälek), Nausea reveals a more downtempo, near catatonic, dystopian, and beautiful mood. The band seems to have traded in raw, punishing static force, for more sophisticated ambient sounds and progressions. The album has a dark continuity and holds together well under its half-time rhythmic, head nod inducing pulses. Lyrics tell a story about the band’s frustrations with mass conformity, societal lack of sincerity, all while also paying homage to the transcendent quality of the human struggle as a meaningful one. Like the existential concept of Nausea itself, Moodie Black’s Nausea present sonic basic truths about human nature and existence. As its big beats, prodding rhythms, on point lyrical flows, wailing vocals, blissed out synth and dark guitars come crashing down upon us, Nausea upsets our everyday understanding of not only noise rap by shocking us into a new awareness about the genre, but also about what existence more generally, can be.

MoodieBlackPress

It’s hard to say that you just listen to this album. It’s better to say you experience it. It is a sonic journey. Listen with caution”

Every pre-order of the Moodie Black Picture disc gets you into a contest to win a test pressing by drawing lots!!

PRE-ORDER – Secure yourself a copy of Moodie Black’s Nausea on Picture Disc now !
http://www.doradorovitch.fr/#!PRE-ORDER—Secure-yourself-a-copy-of-Moodie-Blacks-Nausea-on-Picture-Disc-now-/c19sr/643C53A6-4C77-41A1-8CCA-050D8988DA0C

Pre-order Moodie Black’s atmospheric noise rap opus NAUSEA with limited coloring book by artist Jamee Varda!
https://www.circleintosquare.com/item/nausea#.U1-1Hfl_tio

For more info on Moodie Black this is where to look:
www.moodieblack.com
www.soundcloud.com/moodie-black
www.facebook.com/moodieblackmusic
www.doradorovitch.fr/#!moodieblack/

Really looking forward to this one…

Peace! ~dhh

 

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Open Mike Eagle’s “Qualifiers” – Official Music Video Out Now!

Check out this slick new music video from Open Mike Eagle for his track “Qualifiers”!!

It may or may not be from his upcoming album “Dark Comedy” due to drop later this year… We’ll definitely be on the lookout for that and you should be too!!

For all things on Open Mike Eagle check out his official site here:
http://mikeeagle.net/

Peace! ~dhh

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Bike For Three’s “So Much Forever” – Sophomore LP Out Now!!!

The mysterious duo Bike For Three!, made up of Buck 65 and Greetings from Tuskan, is back with their first new material in 5 years!
It’s called “So Much Forever” and we really can’t wait to give it a listen..
Grab your self a copy in a variety of formats via Fake Four right here:
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For more information on Bike for Three this is where to look:
http://www.fakefourinc.com/artist/bike-for-three
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bike-For-Three/6135649343

Peace! ~dhh

Ceschi MirrorZ

Ceschi’s “Behind Bars” – A Series of Colaborations Mixed by mo niklz – Out Now!

Just in case you missed it; late last year Mo Niklz compiled a series of Ceschi’s collaborative efforts over the years and mixed them down with absolutely stunning results!! You may have heard some of them before but either way these albums are a must have for any true indie hiphop enthusiast..
These are the ones;
Go get em’ & don’t forget to name your price if you can!



“Over time I’ve done many collaborative songs. Some of these are probably familiar to you while others barely came out or never came out. After 10 plus years of rapping on other people’s songs it’s gotten to the point where it would be possible to gather quite a few albums worth of this material – like maybe 50. One day, before i was locked up, my friend Mo Niklz suggested that he’d like to compile mixes of key verses I’ve done on tracks with other folks. He came up with the title “ceschi behind bars” which was just awfully sad and funny at the same time – which may also be a good adjective combo to describe a lot of what i do. Mo searched far and wide for some of these tracks and had the patience of saint when i sent him constantly updated lists of tracks i was on – even from prison. Massive thank you to Mo for making this happen and thanks to all of artists who asked me to be on tracks over the years! - Ceschi “

If you’re a little lost as to where this is all coming from, we highly reccomend checking out and following Fake Four…
http://www.fakefourinc.com

Peace to Ceschi, Mo Niklz, all the artists involved here as well as every indie artist out there!! Keep doing your thing; we appreciate you!

Peaceful!~dhh