We gotta say big ups to the homies over in Cleveland, THA GEEKS! They’ve been hard at work over the last couple years…from traveling the world…to keeping the positive beats flowing out of CLE…to assuming the large roll of keeping proper greenery around…they’re definitely putting in the work to keep a buzz. This track in particular, Tip Toe, catches my attention because of how well everything throughout ALL of the production flows. From the catchy lyrics to the smooth screwed video to the incredibly beautiful beat…this tracks an underground banger, and 100% original. You’ll be seeing these cats around…make sure you say what up!
Just ran across this track, and I have to share. The lyrics on this carry some serious flow. I love the droney synths and bouncy percussion which make up this underground style hip hop beat.
Big up Trellion on the words, Miggy Manacles for the beats.
More by Miggy Manacles aka Morriarchi here.
For the past two months I have hit replay on this album day after day like religion. I think that its been just enough time for me to digest the fullness and freshness of this beautiful piece of sonic art. Terry D by Thriftworks takes electronic music to a new level of passion, a new height of creation. With impeccable production and mastering, Terry D is an album to spend some time with. Bubbling synths and magical sweeps, wrapped around twisted hip hop and poetic sound frames characterize this fascinating release.
Pick up the album digitally here. Name your price!
Luckily for those of us who have been patiently waiting, Thriftworks has just released his newest collection of sounds. In this rare and exquisite mix, filled with mostly unreleased music, Thriftworks takes us on a journey of magnificent proportion. Wow… Upside down that’s Mom. Wow.
Peep some ultra rare footage below. We have BluPrint moving, DayDreams singing and Thriftworks cranking!
Stewart Villain is playing in Seattle tonight at The Crocodile alongside Kung Foo Grip, Fresh Espresso, and Nissim. North West hip-hop stand up! Make sure to get down to The Croc and get your daily dose of beats.