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This holster from Desantis comes with the quality guarantee of a much-loved company. My parents were cool enough to let me turn their family room into a full-blown recording studio with a vocal Nine In My Pocket - Third Sight - Symbionese Liberation Album (Vinyl. All I did was loop the bass line and then repeat the beginning part of it. I got lucky finding that little bass line piece and added drums to it. He heard it and wrote around the hook.
Talk about your relationship with him. Jihad: Damn, Kenny was a true friend and he had a huge impact on my life. I used to go by his show and freestyle. We became fast friends after the initial meeting but even more than friends that dude supported Third Sight in every way he could. Kenny worked at a record store in San Jose and he had an incredible vinyl collection.
When he saw me upset he offered to sell his records back to the store to raise the cash. I told him not to do that but that offer really touched my heart. We all liked underground hip-hop and he was a big supporter of our movement back then. He was one of the few on college radio who supported local hip-hop back then.
How did you come to design hip-hop record covers? What was your involvement in independent rap? My roommates and I were a pack of art school kids making paintings and a huge fucking mess around the clock upstairs.
And the Anticon dudes lived in the basement apartment making music and a shitload of noise nonstop. We would hang out a bit in the process. D-Styles: I think life happened. I spent less time making beats and more time scratching. Also I was putting out a lot of battle or break records. Also, I started doing more shows with the Skratch Piklz. During the interim, were you constantly making songs? When Album) the last time you heard the album?
What about it strikes you now? Jihad: Yes, I record as much as I can. Back in the day I had more rhymes than beats but now I have more beats than rhymes. That album I had my fingerprints all over the way it looked and the title, etc.
D-Styles: I would send Jihad a beat once in awhile. Jihad would come down to Vegas to do the rough vocals. Which of the two would you say represents Third Sight to the fullest? What strides do you think were made in between the first and second projects? I think D-Styles just progresses more and more with time.
LP cuts on there are incredible. D-Styles: SLA album is mainly me on production so it has a very angry vibe to it. Golden Shower Hour has more range to it and more styles. You guys are sort of like a more literary version of horror rap, dark subjects but with a playfulness around the violence.
Is there a concerted effort to try and merge the light and the dark? Jihad: My sense of humor has bled through the fabric of the music as my overall mood changed. I enjoy making people laugh when I can so I fit it in when it is appropriate. Where and how was this second album recorded? Talk a bit about Disgruntled Records, the working process and the vision for the label. D-Styles: Most of the pre-production was recorded in Las Vegas.
There was no vision for a label really. We just needed a label name to put out the album LP we kept disgruntled as the label. There was probably a Post office shooting by a disgruntled worker on the news and that had some influence on the name also. Jihad: The label name was a response to my being mad temporarily at how Du Funk handled the GSH and my overall attitude towards the music industry around us.
More than a new vision for the label it was about continuing to put out our brand of music on the independent side. It put me in the driver seat for a lot of the label decisions. Talk about the process of putting this one together.
The whole independent music scene had died down a bit. I took us a long time to press vinyl and when we did it was through a German company that primarily distributed to Europe and Japan. We sold out of the inventory we had in Europe and Japan and that was cool.
There is a scene for everything in Japan. Which cuts are your favorites? Jihad: I tend to really like the songs that D-Styles cuts on the most. Not only are his cuts super nice and super clean but I am usually used to the beats and the rhymes by the times he lays down his cuts so they are like the icing on the cake. I get to delve into the patterns and his phrase selection is always bonkers.
I start to wonder where did that phrase come from? His cuts are like Easter eggs you have to find and enjoy in a film. How does it differ? The Virgin Suicides Music for Museum. Everybody Hertz. Late Night Tales: Air. Discography Phoenix Darkel Authority control MusicBrainz release group. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file.
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