It’s finally here. I’ve been waiting the better part of a year to release this, but I finally have everything together. This is my first production mixtape. It’s a collection of songs that I’ve produced, spanning the last few years. Enjoy.
2. The Cranberry Show – Liquid Slinkys
3. DayNAge Feat. Athletic B – Danny Devito
4. Prophetic – So Cold
5. Super Fresh Bros. – We Killin’ Shit
6. LadyTwist – If… Then
7. Taiyamo Denku – Attack Teachings
8. Mad Static – Bass In Ya Eye
9. Speed – Who Is So Klean?
10. Rockzsolid Feat. Mad Static – Hip Hop Or Rap?
11. Madtown’s 2win Feat. Tweak & Mr. Eastside – When The Streets Take Over
Please click either of the covers or click here to download this mixtape.
Empires announced today that they are playing Lollapalooza 2012. Which means I can officially play the whole “yeah, I saw them at Marquette’s Annex” card. I also dropped their snare drum carrying their gear to the van, but let’s not get into that. Here’s an awesome free EP from Empires, as a teaser to their “Garage Hymns” album, due out June 12th.
I received more new music out of Chicago last night, this time courtesy of R.i.C., who was previously mentioned on here for his “Knockout” track with C Money of So Klean/Super Fresh Bros. This time, R.i.C. brings along Nicole Eboni for “Prove I Love You”, a bass heavy track with a real laid back feel to it. It’s really cool to see quality music like this from an artist who isn’t even out of high school yet. Check it out via Bandcamp or right here:
My, oh my. Super Fresh Bros., AKA C Money and Nate The Great of So Klean, released the first single off of their “Level One” album. From the second I hit play on this track, I was amazed at how far they’ve come from the first time that I heard them. I definitely wanna hear the whole album. Click the picture or right here to purchase this song from Amazon.
R.I.C. and C-Money just released this new track tonight, and my goodness it is worth the listen/download. C-Money and Nate The Great are currently working on the next Super Fresh Bros. mixtape, and if his verse is a preview of what’s in store, everybody better get ready to download that tape. I’ve listened to this three times just to hear his verse. This is also the first I’ve heard from R.I.C., but I like what I’ve heard. Click the cover or right here to get “Knockout”
A little over a month ago, I was in Chicago to shoot this video for So Klean. It was definitely an experience, being that I’d never shot in Chicago before. We ran into a cop on a horse while we were shooting the first performance, a nun that popped out of a back door in the alley, and Deadmau5 in Millennium Park. So yeah, that’s it. Cops, horses, nuns, and Deadmau5. Go watch the video and like So Klean on Facebook.
I’ll shoot your video, too. Email me at Allen.Halas@Marquette.edu or AllenHalas@AllenHalas.com for more info.
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So, I was in Chicago yesterday working on a music video with So Klean. We were hanging out at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, and we saw some guy with a mouse head run up to the stage. At first I didn’t believe it was really Deadmau5, but everyone around me was pretty insistent that it was. Then, C-Money from So Klean checked his twitter, and it turns out it was actually him. The guy loves to be on stage, I guess. He ran in, took some photos, and left before the security guard could catch him on his Segway.
Exclusive video: Well, like, 20 seconds of video. Deadmau5 says hello:
If you don’t know Gerald Walker by now, you haven’t been looking at this blog semi-frequently. He released a new song from his mixtape “The Other Half Of Letting Go”, due out September 20th. Don’t worry. There will be a link to it here. Click the picture to download the song. Personally, I’m glad to hear this track, because I remember hating all of the comments saying that he sucked on 2DopeBoyz before his “On Your Side” Mixtape changed everyone’s mind. Plus, there’s a Milwaukee shout out on here. Can’t hate that.