Today, Controlled Substance/87 Recordings released Rebelution‘s “Remix EP”! This is a collection of reworking and remixes by the band and pals that cannot be missed featuring Zion I, Yeti Beats, and many more.
Ever since their first single “Courage to Grow” in 2007, the band has become a breakthrough force for those who love the sound paved by Sublime, and have toured constantly, reached Billboard Reggae number 1, and played alonside acts like Lauryn Hill and Slightly Stoopid. Rebelution is currently on Tour with Pepper and Junior Reed, check out tour dates here.
Here’s a sneak peak track off of the EP. It’s a remix of Rebelution’s popular song “Safe and Sound” featuring Zion-I with a dirty verse in there I might add. Enjoy!
You can Download the EP Free Here
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With the release of their new EP, Old Wives’ Tale joined up with South Rocket Droogs for the development of a new website ‘Late-Night Paraphernalia’ to promote the production of this album. The site contains a compilation of photographs and video samples for each track off the album to help spark initial interest in their newest project. Please enjoy these few photos and video offered and feel free click the image above to be directed to the exact site.
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The Haken Contnuum
The Haken Continuum is one of the sickest instruments I’ve ever seen, and it better be for a hefty $5290 for a full size one. Since it’s a midi controller mixed with a keyboard mixed with a huge touch pad, it can pretty much do it all.
The OtamaTone is one of those instruments that once you’ve got one you still might not be able to figure out why, but you’d still be happy about it. For $52, why not? Also I found people who buy an OtamaTone, also often buy this Stylophone Beatbox for a cool $27 + shipping. Watch the next video and you’ll see why:
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