July 16, 2010


Sooner or later, I’ll set up a Tumblr account to link to everything I write elsewhere. I will also post old videos from Da Youngsta’s to create a bizarre cognitive dissonance. THEY CANNOT BE DA YOUNGSTA’S IF THEY ARE OLD. While a superficial impression may seem like I promote all of my extracurricular writing activities, nothing could be further from the truth. I have yet to link to my expose of the manufacturing flaws of late model Winchester rifles for Field & Stream. Nor have I mentioned my taste test guide to the premier cat cuisines, done for Cat Fancy. 9 out of 10 cats don’t know it’s Friskies.

In the interim, here are a few of the recent things that I have written for wooden nickels — including the first interview with DJ Kutmah since his release from the federal detention center in New Mexico.  If you’re looking for the most comprehensive list of notable music writing on the web, Hip-Hop is Read has been holding it down of late. Otherwise, links and MP3’s below the jump.

LA Weekly: First Interview with LA DJ Kutmah after His Controversial Deportation

LA Weekly: Open Mike Eagle Apologetically Talks About Art Rap

LA Weekly: WTF is Art Rap

LA Times: Henry Clay People Hit the Road

LA Times: E Super Play Low End Theory

LA Times: RIP Rammellzee: The Original Abstract-Rapping Outlaw

MP3: Open Mike Eagle ft. Nocando-“Unapologetic”
MP3: Open Mike Eagle-“Art Rap Party”

MP3: Henry Clay People-“This Ain’t a Scene”

MP3:  E. Super-“We Super”
MP3: E. Super-“Embedded in Me”

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