PEACE GARDEN MAMA II faith fridays: is religion a dirty word?
I'm feeling a little sorry for religion these days; it seems to be getting a bad rap. And to be honest, I'm beginning to feel a little annoyed and a bit defensive for it. I just can't help but won... Posted on 5/20/11 at 12:00 AM
The latest Doomtree product is Sims’ “Bad Time Zoo,” which was produced entirely by Lazerbeak. The album will be released Feb. 15 on Doomtree Records. To celebrate, we asked a few questions of the Minneapolis MC.
“Quick Spins” are expedient, pretension-free album reviews. This installment tackles Dessa’s “A Badly Broken Code,” Miles Kurosky’s “The Desert of Shallow Effects” and Drew Danburry’s “Goodnight Gary.”
Budgeteer reporter Matthew R. Perrine selects his favorite local releases from the last year, from Cars & Trucks and a Kritical Kontact solo disc to Billy Southern's new one and a couple Marc Gartman projects.
It’s a veritable hip-hop blowout, with Brother Ali’s “Us,” Eyedea & Abilities’ “By the Throat,” Anti-Pop Consortium’s “Flourescent Black,” BK-One and Benzilla’s “Radio do Canibal,” A-Trak’s “Infinity+1” and “Hesitation Wounds,” the latest from Oldominion’s Sleep, all getting the Matthew R. Perrine treatment.
Minneapolis’ hip-hop scene is one strike away from losing its crown.
The first major embarrassment was hearing Kristoff Krane singing “Hip hop / I’m a little tadpole” at Luce a year ago, and No. 2 comes in courtesy of the Blend’s new EP, “Losing the Game.”
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