Soul Power - Grandmaster Roc Raida* - 52 Beats 2008 (CD) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
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Search This Blog. Popular Posts. Back when I had time to devote to this slice of the internet, I'd put together compilations or mixes to commemorate days like today, We know how it goes; the long Soul Power - Grandmaster Roc Raida* - 52 Beats 2008 (CD) Day Weekend sets in, and you're looking for the function. Or maybe your spot is the function. I rate CDs on a scale of elements, as in Chinese lore. Wood, Earth, Metal, Fire and Water, Soul Power - Grandmaster Roc Raida* - 52 Beats 2008 (CD).
This CD rates at 5 out of 5. It has every element. Especially the element of Fire. They can also be purchased at The Record Archive and online. This CD needs to be heard nation-wide. Go out and get it today. This video is off the hook for a local video. These guys are killing it across the ROC. The Dead Catholics Interview Part 1 yeah, they're that cool. Rochester's newest bishops in the diocese of grunge.
However, it is not. It's grunge, it's stripped down and minimalist. Progressive grunge. No, seriously. Listening to these guys and imagining the live show takes me back the old days of unwashed hair, torn flannels and homemade t-shirts with "Flipper" scribbled on them. Those were the days.
The days of carefree guitarists and wacky vocals that somehow made you bang your head to the angst emitting from the amps. This interview was so much fun and these guys This is the collective band interview, and coming up in two weeks is the "I Hate List" from Justin Willoughby and gang. Enjoy it, if you like you can have a doggy bag if you can't finish it. Let's get some introductions. I'm originally from Webster. Justin: I'm Justin and I used to play bass. Well, I still do for the time being until the release party.
I also recorded the album with them. I technically already left but I'm going to stick around for the release, I also made the flier which is awesome.
Ryan: I'm Ryan and I play drums. I'm also from Webster, I grew up with Jacob. We've known each other a long time. Ryan: Well, we had always hung-out even after high school, then I started playing drums about six years ago and Jacob wanted to start a new band; things evolved from there.
Jacob: I primarily played bass before this and Ryan was playing guitar. Once he switched over to drums, I started also getting bored with dead-end guitar players in Rochester, so I would end up writing songs. You run into guitarist problems a lot here. Ryan was always there for the good times and the bad. If we were gay it would totally make a lot of sense. I take it this was a good click for you Jacob. Jacob: It was pretty good, I had pre-written a few songs, so we gave those a whack to see how they would turn out.
They came out good, we didn't think they could get any better so we called it a day. It all sounded just like it does now, just sloppier. We tried to raise the bar in a few places without letting anybody know it. We like to keep the expectations low, if you know what I mean. We figure somebody out there is going to like it if we do. You guys seem like you work well together. Justin: I've been playing with them since February which just seems like forever with these guys.
They fired their last bassist a week before they had a show because they are so awesome like that. That's where I stepped in. It's such a pain in the ass driving all Soul Power - Grandmaster Roc Raida* - 52 Beats 2008 (CD) way out to practice.
Kidding aside, I'm trying to start a company and finishing school so the time I can devote is slim to none. I'm also trying to film a skate video, things are just ridiculous. Justin: Just me and a few of my friends. We made a video for the Krud Co.
It doesn't mean it was the best on the world, but it was pretty sick. It's a shame because we really are going to miss Justin. I probably shouldn't say that though. I kind of regret it now. We've been busy working on the CD and I've been working a stupid shift all summer, so it has taken a lot of time away from me to take care of things like finding a new bassist.
That will all be changing soon. I'll be able to put more focus and time into the band the way I would like. Jacob: I think we've had maybe one rehearsal together in the past month. We hope to remember our parts. Justin: We spent so long recording that album that when we get together it just happens now.
We don't even have to rehearse. We know it's as good as it's going to get. We'll play a song half-way through and figure that sounds decent. It's so loud at the show, so even if it doesn't come off decent, no one will know.
Where did you record? Justin: We recorded at 4th Floor Studios, which is actually on the 3rd floor. It was at this dude's house, it was a pretty sick attic set-up. The floor boards were pretty sketchy too, like a punk band was kicking the shit out of the floor.
Somehow the nails in the floorboard underneath carpet were coming up, which means you would really have to go out of your way to screw that up. Jacob: It was at Paul Rusinko's house. He's one of our friends on MySpace.
We should be getting all the rest of the material, like artwork, this week. We only have a few days left and I'm starting to realize we need that stuff soon. Justin: It might be a "make your own cover" CD and we'll sell it for half price. Jacob: We've got ten tracks and it's about fifty minutes long.
Jacob: Yeah, he did all that. We were pretty happy with the Soul Power - Grandmaster Roc Raida* - 52 Beats 2008 (CD) things came out. All the songs have a nice presence but they didn't sound too polished and that's what we wanted. We wanted it to be a little rough around the edges. Jacob: Justin and his wife primarily. Justin:What did he ask? Jacob: He asked about the artwork, tell him about the artwork. Justin: What am I supposed to say? Jacob: He and your wife, you worked on the artwork Justin: Oh, yeah.
Jacob: Most people don't get it at first, what the picture is. Jacob: We were going for a dingy, bland thing. We took a few photos in the old subway. Justin: Because if you are band in Rochester, you have to do at least one shoot in the subway. Jacob: lights his cigar I guess Type O Negative. I'm a true fan because I'm afraid to admit they are my favorite.
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