29 July 2012

Eddie K And Z-Man - Various Tracks

 This is a collection of 5 tracks from Gurp Cities own Eddie K and Z Man. I've had this for a while, haven't listened to it for a long time and I'm pretty sure some of these tracks have since been released, but that doesn't matter because it's good music. Peep game

22 July 2012

Dj Marz & Luke Sick - Crack Rock

More ripped from tape goodness from Dj Marz & Luke Sick. I don't know much about this tape, other than it's 25 minutes of Dj Marz cutting records and Luke Sick kicking raps and other random things. There may be other guests on this, I don't know. I'm not sure if this was ever released or even where I got it from. This could be from the Live and Drunk CD I used to have, but I can't seem to find that right now to check. The sound quality is all over the place, it starts good, gets loud and then goes back to normal. I did my best to clean it up, but I felt that cleaning it up too much would take away from the fact that this is more than likely a live recording.

15 July 2012

Sacred Hoop - Hoopleg

Hoopleg, an album of unreleased and rare Sacred Hoop tracks released in 2003. This album features some of my favorite tracks as Luke Sick flexes his range of styles. Featuring Brain, Extrakd, Son Tif, Vrse Murphy, Dj Marz, Dj Raw B, Dj Flare and Curator and Buckethead. This album should already be in your collection, but if not here is your chance to add it because Palo Alto's finest kills it as usual.

9 July 2012

Double Life - Live And Last 2 Serve

Double Life is L*Roneous, Gennessee and DJ Raw B. This album is a bootleg CD that was being sold on Atak a few years ago. As far as I know it was a collection of live material and the Last 2 Serve - Magnetic Personalities album. I don't know much more about this, just that its some rare west coast underground rap featuring some really talented artists. Enjoy

3 July 2012

Mystik Journeymen - Unsigned And Hella Broke Vol. 2

Another classic early Mystik Journeymen tape. I know that for most people walkman invaders and pressed for time were 2 of the harder Journeymen tapes to find back in the day, but for me UHB 2 seemed to elude me the longest. I don't remember where I finally got a copy from, just that I enjoyed the music and still bump it to this day.