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Art: Bryan Daniel Joseph / DaDaSoulFace @Soulfacedada Remixing Books #remix #slice #collageart #styles #dadasoulface #design

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 17, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

DADASOULFACE (Bryan Daniel Joseph) kills vintage books & magazines w/ sharp utensils to create his mixed media art. His work is a form of automatism. I kills ancient books and slice thru vintage periodicals to harvest their souls for remixing. #artist #illustrator DM for prints, original works, & commissions.


@culturepower45 Cargo 3 (Available for Pre Order Now) @rashidhadee @fatnicemc @philmoregreene @adadgetsbusy @kennykeys @thaionedavis @ensilence

Posted in music with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 12, 2019 by Brother Perspective Magazine

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Lost Cargo 3 (Available for Pre Order Now)

Culture Power45 returns to trilogize the preeminent Lost Cargo series with ‘Repatriate’. This go round the CP45 crew holds no punches with the beats and rhymes. Fatnice opens up the immaculate sequence with the Rashid Hadee produced ‘Piece of Mind’. Chicago is definitely in the place to be with other jams from the likes of Adad x Kenny Keys (L.A.H) and Vic Spencer (38 Special). Beat master Gensu Dean shows up with rhyme ranger Yarbrough for the blast Go For Yours. Beat Society founder Hezekiah shows and proves with the Beat God/Mc Kev Brown to conclude it all with Step Ya Barz Up. This compilation is filled with gems to satisfy the needs of the avid Hiphop listener. Repatriate definitely takes you home where you belong. Album Featuring Britney ‘Ensilence’ Eggleston Tensei Navarro Philmore Greene Neak and more Art Work by Dadasoulface

2018 Going Beats by @dadasoulface #art #collage

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 28, 2018 by Brother Perspective Magazine


“Going Beats!!”


Collage mixed media


Ode to #beatmaking

From basements, attics, bedrooms, kitchens, studios, hotels, motels, and

everywhere in between. Wherever there is outlets, tabletops, and vibes.

Let’s see I’ve programmed beats on Ableton live (up to version 7), FL studio, an MPC 2000(still got mine), MPC 3000, Roland MS-1, Sound Forge, Acid Pro, Ensoniq Mirage, and my favorite piece SP-303( restinpeace)

Nowadays you can sample off YouTube or off of your laptop via MP3. That’s cool but for me it was records. The hunt for drum sounds. The search for a baseline to loop or chop up. Blending beats with records to fill aural space. Man, sounds are limitless!

Anyways respect the art.

Peace to all those established producers and the young guns rocking. 🙌🏽🙌🏽

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