Mad Maestro is a long (read: looooooooooooooong) time ally and fam to Illamental, and has been instrumental (literally) in the creation of several of our projects including Building Blocks and several Vox Merger tracks.
Javon Frazier, producer for Mad Maestro, is releasing his Shadow Boxer LP, which includes new tracks and remixes like the one above – American Pie by Vox Merger + Kiesha Cotton. Visit MadMaestro.com to listen to here more of Shadown Boxer.
Tonight, 12/21 at 7:30pm Pacific time, tune in to Stacks TV with hosts Toquon & DJ Icy Ice. Bamm Tronics will be there for an interview, and Stacks TV will broadcast a sneak peek of the upcoming video for Jungle of Ones & Zeros, directed by Patricio Ginelsa and produced by Kid Heroes & Xylophone Films
If you miss the show, Stacks TV still has your back – you can watch replays at StacksTV.net!
Bamm Tronics will be opening up for the world renowned Long Beach group Ugly Duckling. It’s goin down live in Fullerton @ Commonwealth Lounge, Sunday, Dec 19th. 21 & over, $5 at the door. Come show your Illamental fam some love!
What does that mean? I’m not sure exactly but it sounds badass, doesn’t it? But I don’t come to you with nonsensical, overly-technical phrases without reason. If you’re a Triple Helix listener then you may have wondered where the new music has been in the last several years.
We had to take an unexpected hiatus due to circumstances beyond our control. We won’t bother you with the details. But what we WILL bother you with is more music from The Blocks, which is already in preparation and will be ear drum ready before you know it. Scouts honor.
Linked up with our homeboy Soul Chef out of Auckland, New Zealand. Check out our track on his new mixtape “Remember When.” Click on the album cover and download it for FREE!
Remember When Hip Hop was this? Remember When Hip Hop was that? At a time where the future of Hip Hop is regularly questioned, and the constant debate about what’s “real” is still a hot topic; it’s often times hard to see beyond the obvious. Whenthe same songs from the 70s and 80s were not only remixed in the 90s, but re-remixed again in the 2000s. When live instruments have been replaced with repetitive sounds. SoulChef’s release “Remember When…” takes a look back at the yesteryear of hip hop. His soulfully jazzy approach at production is mixed with live instruments and complimented by a talented line-up of artists who help paint his picture. This 10 track album is a nostalgic look at the fundamental Hip Hop we all originally fell in love with.