Last year D.C.'s Sockets Records–working in partnership with True Panther Sounds–released the debut record by Brooklyn's Fly Girlz. On Da' Brats From Da' Ville six teenage MCs rapped over tracks composed by Nathan Corbin, a member of weirdo-industrial-improv group Excepter. The record was a big success. It bridged the hipster-to-local divide. It got on morning [...]
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Admit it, the coolest thing your high school band ever did was tape a cover of "Creep" using your dad's webcam. Doesn't seem that cool now, does it? Certainly not as cool Fly Girlz, a group of teenage MCs who recently made an album with Nathan Corbin (aka Zebrablood) of synth-noise band Excepter.
Tonight DC-based [...]
Sockets, the local record label that has released works by Hume, Little Women, and Extra Life (and, in the interest of full disclosure, myself, albeit a while back), recently posted a Spring mixtape on its freshly redesigned website.
All sorts of good stuff here, most of surprisingly melodious, from Nick Rivetti (aka Ricky Rabbit of [...]