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THE MOTHERFUCKING RAM!!!
Today we bring to you the first official Gas Galaxy summer track called Zodiac Killer. Produced by myself with some fine tuning and mixed by the one and only Chapter 7. This track has been in the making for a while as well as the artwork for many of these and we are happy to finally share this track and accompanying art with you and yours. I think it’s safe to say it goes pretty hard but you can decide for yourself. ENJOY.
Common’s first single, off The Dreamer, The Believer, dropping in November.
Common – Ghetto Dreams Featuring Nas
New track from Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks forthcoming Beck produced Mirror Traffic, dropping 8/23
Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks – Tigers
New Nikki Jean cut featuring Lupe Fiasco and one of my favorite mc’s Black Thought.Off Nikki’s just released album Pennies in A Jar.You can stream her entire album which is great over at AOL
Nikki Jean – Million Star Hotel Featuring Lupe Fiasco & Black Thought
New Van Hunt.Off his new Lp, What Were You Hoping For?.It drops September 27th
Van Hunt – The Savage Sincere L of P
“Conflict of A Man” is about a universal and timeless subject. “It is the quintessential tale of life,” says band creator, Jamire Williams. “Man or woman, whether you impose it spiritually, in your relationships, or in your life’s journey, it’s a constant relatable theme.”
The song was recorded live in the studio at Brooklyn Recording in New York by band members Jamire Williams on drums, Corey King putting together a string arrangement, Vicente Archer on bass, Matt Stevens on guitar and Chris Turner on vocals. Written by Jamire Williams and Corey King with friend and songwriter Alan Hampton, the song exemplifies what has become known as instant vintage, the ERIMAJ sound. They are present day musical leaders, modern visionaries, with roots in jazz, soul, electronic, r&b, and rock. Together, ERIMAJ is creating real, timeless music that fuses past, present and future organically. The New York Times calls “the music…properly new, part of something larger, and still unnamed.”