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Posted in FACE OFF, infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on July 27, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 72 (hosted by FAILURE) A Podcast / Radio broadcast of some of the most interesting sounds that you will be inspired BUT never have studio time and no albums always do work MAKE VINYL NOT DIGITAL FILES ONLY!


Common – Take It Ez (prod by 2 pc. DRK)
Nacrobats – He Who Is Him (prod by The Opus)
Juice – Reign (prod by Molemen)
Infinito 2017 – The Walking Blind (prod by Fathom9)
Weightless (Blue PrintxIllogic) – Paradise
Vic Mensa (Skit)
Public Enemy – Toxic


Audio: UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 70 (alone pain) @semiratruth @countbassd #undergroundfeedbackstereo

Posted in infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 13, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine


UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 70 (alone pain) A Podcast / Radio broadcast of some of the most interesting sounds that you will be inspired by. Don’t Live your life inconsistent, learn to create from a original thought!

Count Bass D ft Snoop Dogg – Too Much Pressure
Prettyblackgirl ft. Griffen, Thaione Davis, Pugs Atomz, Vic Spencer & Neodotcom – Derrick Rose
Truth Universal ft Wise Intelligent and Cee Knowledge the Doodlebug – Black Culture
Thaione Davis – Likkashot
MF DOOM ft Count Bass D – Potholderz
Infinito 2017 ft Count Bass D – Cant StandAgainst Me
High Mighty ft. Mike Zoot Mos Def EL P Of Company Flow – B Boy Document
Sudan Archives – Jellyfish (prod by Mauro Signore)
Material ILLside – UndergroundFeedBackStereo

Video: Pete Rock – Cosmic Slop | Official Video

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on April 28, 2015 by Brother Perspective Magazine

From the upcoming album “Petestrumentals 2”
coming on Mello Music Group June 23, 2015
Directed by Jay Brown & Zack Kashkett


Pete Rock was raised in Mount Vernon, but his face belongs on Mount Rushmore. The Chocolate Boy Wonder perfected an art form, inspired millions, and soundtracked a generation. By contrast, Teddy Roosevelt seems like a chump.

This is the man who Dilla told, “I wanted to be like you.” Kanye once called himself the “new Pete Rock.” But the original Pete Rock remains permanently vital. The evidence bangs in his latest opus, Petestrumentals 2, the sequel to the 2001 classic that helped define the hip-hop instrumental record. It marks the legend’s first album on Mello Music Group, a fitting union between the author of the boom-bap blueprint and the label that’s expanded upon his legacy.

Describing Pete Rock’s productions do them little justice. They resonate in your gut, heart, and brain. The title of one of these beats says it all: “Makes Me Feel Like.” You fill in the blanks based on your personal experience and current mood.

Petestrumentals 2 conjures memories of BBQ cookouts and 70s Blaxploitation scores, rattling summer jeep cruises and blunted Jamaican vacations. There’s a gorgeous requiem to Dilla (“Dilla Bounce (R.I.P),” where the originator pays tribute to the prodigy. You see the full range of Rock’s gifts on display: the meticulously chopped horns, unquantized drums, and air raid sirens. It contains the emotion of a thousand eulogies.
No record can’t be resurrected. There’s no sub-genre or era that can’t be converted into Rock’s singular brand of soul. His music is the closest thing we’ll ever get to a time-traveling DeLorean, effortlessly shifting between past, present, and future.

For the last 20 years, hip-hop heads have argued over the best Pete Rock original productions and remixes. Is it “They Reminisce Over You” or the “Shut ‘Em Down Remix?” Do you prefer Soul Survivor or the first Petestrumentals, his work with INI or the UN? His catalogue can’t be compressed into a bio; you need a book.
This is the latest chapter—an even 20 slaps and rhythmic levitations. It’s Pete Rock at his best, accelerating and kicking cosmic slop, extending wishes, hope, love, gritty drums and eternal wonder.

Video: Homeboy Sandman – America the Beautiful

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on February 26, 2015 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Anthem & Homeboy Sandman present “America the Beautiful” from the album HALLWAYS

Director, Photographer: Kiki Humanmonochrome
IG: @kiki_humanmonochrome

Jan 14: Alburquerque, NM at Launchpad
Jan 16: Englewood, CO at Gothic Theatre
Jan 17: Ft. Collins, CO at Aggie Theatre
Jan 19: Salt Lake City, UT at Urban Lounge
Jan 21: Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre
Jan 22: Seattle, WA at Neumo’s
Jan 23: Bellingham, WA at The Wild Buffalo
Feb 3: Madison, WI at Barrymore Theatre
Feb 4: Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue
Feb 6: Chicago, IL at Metro
Feb 7: Grand Rapids, MI at The Pryamid Scheme
Feb 8: Detroit, Mi at Magic Stick
Feb 10: Columbus, OH at A&R Music Bar
Feb 11: Cleveland Heights, Oat Grog Shop
Feb 12: Pittsburgh, PA at Altar Bar
Feb 14: New York, NY at The Gramercy Theatre
Feb 15: Hadmen, CT at Outer Space “The Ballroom
Feb 17: Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair
Feb 18: Northampton, MA at Pearl Street
Feb 19: Winooski, VT at Higher Ground
Feb 20: Portland, ME at Port City Music Hall
Feb 27: Philadelphia, PA at Union Transfer
Feb 28: Baltimore, MD at Ram’s Head Live!
Mar 1: Washington, DC at 930 Club
Mar 2: Carrboro, NC at Cat’s Cradle
Mar 5: Orlando, FL at The Social
Mar 6: Ft. Lauderdale, FL at Revolution
Mar 7: St. Petersburg at The State Theatre
Mar 9: Atlanta, GA at The Loft
Mar 10: Birmingham, AL at Zydeco
Mar 11: New Orleans, LA at House of Blues
Mar 13: Dallas, TX at Gas Monkey Bar N Grill
Mar 15: Houston, TX at Fitzgerald’s Upstairs

Video: Jean Grae – “underneathu”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on December 16, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

The video for “underneathu” from the album #5.
Available NOW on

Follow Jean on Twitter at @jeangreasy
On Facebook
On Instagram @jeanniegrigio

Do not follow Jean around in real life. Bad idea.

“underneathu” starring:
Jean Grae and The Everybody’s Pregnant:
Jean Grae: Jean
Quelle Chris: Walt Chocolate
Donwill: The Mechanic
Sonnymoon: Leticia J and Ricky Diamond
Fernanda Meier: Kiki
host: Adam Mansbach

Dutchess – Gimme The Mic [Official Visual]

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on November 1, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine
The 1st visual from the ‘Life of a Lyricist’ album dropping 11.14.14. Produced by Carlos ‘Six July’ Broady Directed by Nina Stakz

Video: Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me” with Kendrick Lamar

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on October 12, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me” with Kendrick Lamar 

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