To celebrate an ever growing army of progressive rap members and a presence at this year’s South by Southwest festival, Uncommon Records just released this 30-minute sampler. For free. BUT it will only be available during the days of SXSW. If you’re one of the lucky ones to head down to Austin this week, you’ll be able to get a hard copy of this sampler if you attend one of the Uncommon Records affiliated performances.
The sampler includes a bunch of unreleased material off of highly anticipated albums due out from the label in the coming months. The three that come to mind for me, Aeon Grey’s debut on Uncommon Records, Atari Blitzkrieg’s first release with Uncommon, and the collaboration project of Taiyamo Denku and Agartha Audio. The sampler rounds out with new music from Short Fuze & Nasa, Acid Reign, DCK VNNGT and tons more.
Like I said, this will only be out for a limited time, so unless you see the Uncommon Records crew in Austin and grab one of the 200 or so physicals, then scoop this download up as soon as possible. Last day of SXSW is the 18th, so download accordingly. Artwork on this was done by friend of TECB, Jazzpants, and was mixed by someone who’s no stranger to mixing, Elmattic.
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