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Audio: UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 91 (MIXED BY ML7102)

Posted in infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on December 14, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

PODCAST 91

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 91 (MIXED BY ML7102)
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UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST – INTRO91
Miriam Makeba – Zenizenabo
Ramsey Lewis – Softly, As A Morning Sunrise
C-Rayz Walz – Body You
WestSide Doom (Westside Gunn x MF Doom) – Gorilla Monsoon (ML7102 Remix)
Boogie Down Production – We In There
Rare Earth – He Who Picks A Rose
The 5th Dimension – The Hideaway
Olatunji! – BaBa Jinde (Flirtation Dance)
The Jacksons – Give It Up
Miles Davis – Tadd’s Delight
Infinito 2017 – NOANSWERSFORQUESTIONS
Material ILLSIDE – OUTRO91

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Audio: Underground FeedBack Stereo 80 (MIXED BY ML7102)

Posted in infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on September 28, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

PODCAST 80

Underground FeedBack Stereo 80 (MIXED BY ML7102)

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INTRO – UFSTEREO
The Bush Babies ft. De La Soul – The Love Song
Rah Digga – Lessons of Today
Planet Asia – Pure Coke
Ramsey Lewis – Hang on Sloppy
Infinito 2017 – Barberism Pattrolers Pathogen
Amel Larrieux – Sweet Misery
C Rayz Walz – Buck 80
Stevie Wonder – All I Do
Grouch – Brain Stormin
Sergio MEMDES & Brasil 77 – Asa Branca
Material Illside – Undergroundfeedbackstereo

Audio: UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 78 (Live mix by ML7102)

Posted in infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on September 15, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

PODCAST 78

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 78 (Live mix by ML7102) live mix from ML7102 Of soul selection on vinyl and hip hop selections.

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Miriam Makeba – Liwa Wechi
The 5th Dimension – Summer’s Daughter
Rare Earth – He Who Picks A Rose
AESOP ROCK – Labor
INFINITO 2017 – Loop Of Storms
The Geaux – Quarter Mile
The Soul Children – Don’t Know What This World Is Coming To
Olatunji! – Jin Go La Ba (Drums of Passion)
Pruven x Vast Aire – Ape Opera
Deloris Addison and The Gospel Pearls – Swing Down Chariot
Material ILLside – UFS OUTRO

Audio: Infinito 2017 – African of Kenya Ether Part 18 ( @culturepower45 ) @infinito2017

Posted in infinito 2017, NYC, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on September 3, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Infinito 2017 – African of Kenya Ether Part 18 @INFINITO2017 Get the album at www.culturepower45.com @CULTUREPOWER45

18 EQUAL (COVER) FRONT

The prolific Infinito 2017 returns center stage via the steadfast Culture Power 45 vinyl only label with one of his most personal releases to date: ‘African of Kenya Ether Part 18’. Poised as the 18th chapter of a 17 series box set where we find Infinito discovering he has lineage connected to Kenya and parts of Western North Africa, specifically the LUHYA tribe.

The soundscape is vocally packed with Infinito’s signature on/off beat flow that tackle concepts that range from gentrification, colonial oppression, to empowering black people as evidenced by the Dion Brown produced ‘Action to Take Back Our Land” and ‘Move and Confront’ produced by Japan based boom bapper Ill Sugi.

To date Culture Power 45 has continued to deliver superior vinyl only sure shots. This Infinto 2017 banger is sure to carry on the tradition.

www.infinito2017.com
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JOEAFRICAN
credits
releases October 6, 2017

Production by Dion Brown, ILLsugi, Kiza Beats and The Deity Complex
Art work by Marcellous Lovelace
Mixed by Vortx of DistorsunK

@CulturePower45 Philadelphia Listening (@BreweryTownBeats) @FATNICEMC

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 1, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Culture Power 45 Philadelphia Listening (@BreweryTownBeats) Thanks to everyone who came out to Brewerytown Beats for the Culture Power45 ‘Fruition’ Listening Session. With your support the store copies sold out however they are still available at www.culturepower45.com

Extra thanks to Embassy: Interactive, LLC for shooting. #culturepower45

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 62 (Hosted by WHERE?) @semiratruth

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on May 12, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

PODCAST 62 WHERE

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 62 (Hosted by WHERE?) A Podcast / Radio broadcast of some of the most interesting hip hop produced showcase of constant flavor by WHERE?

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Undergroundfeedbackstereo – Intro
Empee – Never CMO
Micranots – Culture
Infinito 2017 – AFC (ALL FAT CAPS)
DVS – Devons Lament
Howard Nkosi – Sonny Man
Undergroundfeedbackstereo – Outro

 

 

Video: Oddisee – CounterClockwise

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on June 3, 2015 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Oddisee’s production simmers in its own orchestral gumbo. You sense he’s really a jazzman in different form, inhabiting the spirit of Roy Ayers and other past greats. The Fader’s compared him to a musical MC Escher, calling hailing his “grandiose and symphonic sound” and “relevant relatable messages.” Pitchfork praised his “eclectic soulful boom-bap.”

From the upcoming Oddisee solo album “The Good Fight”

“CounterClockwise is about being there for people & them working against you as a result. Becoming the bearer of their problems because they know you can handle it,” Says Oddisee.

This is the second song from the Brooklyn by-way-of Prince George’s County musicians upcoming solo album “The Good Fight.” The song explores the counterproductive nature of some relationships that end up draining those involved. Disorienting and complex layers of backsliding record slips, driving drums, and haunting vocalizations push the song forward while Oddisee’s crisp and calm vocals tell the story of people moving in different directions. And while anger may be somes primary drive, and fire may be their weapon, Oddisee reminds us that water is their easy match.

Premiered @ Billboard: http://www.billboard.com/articles/col…

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About The Video:
In order to visually represent this idea director Brandon Black and Director of Photography Zack Schamberg filmed Oddisee walking backwards throughout multiple boroughs in New York over several nights. Then they reversed the footage to make everyone else move backwards. Next the director shot the footage at night but boosted the light to appear as though it was day in order to add to the disorienting affect, making night seem like day, and forward seem like backwards.

Check out Director Brandon Black on Instagram: @brandonblack

Oddisee Tour Dates
April 11 – Hartford, CT @ Trinity College
April 23 – Flagstaff, AZ @ NA University Castro Auditorium
April 24 – Mesa, AZ @ Club Red
April 25 – Santa Fe, NM @ The Underground at Evangelo’s
April 26 – Albuquerque, NM @ Stereo Bar
April 27 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes Other Side
April 29 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
April 30 – Oakland, CA @ Leo’s Music Club
May 2 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
May 5 – New York, NY @ Knitting Factory
May 6 – Washington, DC @ TBC
May 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
May 8 – Narragansett, RI @ Wheelhouse
May 9 – Pittsburgh, PA @ TBC
May 13 – Toronto, ON @ TBA
May 14 – Ottawa, ON @ The Ritual
May 15 – Quebec City @ Le Cercle
May 16 – Burlington, VT @ TBC
May 17 – Boston, MA @ Middle East
July 2 – Vienne, FR @ Jazz a Vienne Festival
July 3 – Nice, FR @ Nuits Carrees Festival
July 5 – Brussels, BE @ Couleur Cafe Festival

About The Album “The Good Fight”
Imbued with love, honesty, and selflessness, The Good Fight is virtuosic in its musicality, direct in its language, and infinitely relatable.

In a landscape overrun with abstract indulgence and shallow trend-chasers, the Prince George’s County, Maryland artist has created a record that reminds you that it’s music before it’s hip-hop.

For Oddisee, “The Good Fight” is about living fully as a musician without succumbing to the traps of hedonism, avarice, and materialism. It’s music that yields an intangible feeling: the sacral sound of an organ whine, brass horns, or a cymbal crash. It’s a meditation on our capacity to love and the bonds binding us together. It’s our ambition and greed warring with our sense of propriety – a list of paradoxes we all face when living and striving.

Oddisee’s production simmers in its own orchestral gumbo. You sense he’s really a jazzman in different form, inhabiting the spirit of Roy Ayers and other past greats. The Fader’s compared him to a musical MC Escher, calling hailing his “grandiose and symphonic sound” and “relevant relatable messages.” Pitchfork praised his “eclectic soulful boom-bap.”

“The Good Fight” acknowledges the stacked odds, but refuses to submit

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“Sounds Beautiful Like The Truth”
Mello Music Group, 2015

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