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After many trials & tribulations & some delay, the latest release from AGiLE SOCiETY was finally given the “green” light. Unearthed for your listening pleasure the two-part instrumental project had to battle through the distributor’s assumption that it was packing samples. However, when it comes to creative forces of AGiLE SOCiETY the sounds they were hearing indeed were not samples but the purposeful natural creations of the skilled artists behind “the UNMiXED 420 LiST“. The soul of side B had semblances of vocals that indeed were not but had the work called into questioning.

In the modern day music scene, it’s becoming less & less likely to have such original compositions, especially in hip-hop! However with “the UNMiXED 420 LiST” we’re treated with a double dosage two-part manifesto of instrument driven sounds compiling into one purely excellent listening session. Beat lovers and instrumental junkies rejoice, maybe puff a few dragons, and soak in the vibes of AGiLE SOCiETY in the purest form.

SIDE A FAVORITES: Cult, Go Harder, Let It Flow, Toy Story

SIDE B FAVORITES: Citybus, Coil, Open, Quagmire, Touch

These favorites just happen to be my personal vibes. Being an emcee myself when I listen to instrumentals I’m kind of always judging by whether I would really want to craft a record myself out of what I’m listening to. So with that those favorites are just the joints that had my lyrical mind flowing the most, however, there’s a ton to love throughout these two sides outside of my personal faves & even the records I maybe wouldn’t particularly write to are still standout offerings worthy of vibing out to. AGiLE SOCiETY continues their hot streak with yet another stellar release of which more is sure to come soon.

BEAT TAPE

“Refreshingly Crisp Sonic” New Beat Tape from Sapiano Sounds

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C O N S I S T I N G  O F  1 0  D I V E R S E  T R A C K S , S A P I A N O
H A S  C R E A T E D  A L L  T H E  E L E M E N T S  T O  B E C O M E  A
T I M E L E S S  P I E C E  O F  A R T  T H A T  C H A N G E S  T H E
L A N D S C A P E  A N D  F E E L  O F  F U T U R E  H I P H O P  A N D
R & B .  S A P I A N O  S A Y S  H E  I S  H U M B L E D  T O  H E A R  T H E
P O S I T I V E  R E A C T I O N S  T O  T H I S  P R O J E C T  A N D  I S
F O C U S E D  O N  L E A V I N G  A  L A S T I N G  I M P A C T  O N

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Dubterraneous One Be Lo-Fi and instrumentals

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One Be Lo “After digging through my ‘90’s tape collection, I found old loops, samples & unreleased beats that I haven’t heard since cd’s became the popular format. The first batch of records (Inherited from my Stepfather…Ok maybe I borrowed them…Maybe I just took the records and never gave them back, but he didn’t have a record player any more so they begged me to spin time with them.) I ever chopped, are on these tapes. In the beginning when I first started making beats, I didn’t own any equipment besides a tape deck. I recorded samples from vinyl onto cassette so I could dissect them in my Walkman or in the car on the way to the studio with Decompoze. We booked sessions with D.L. Jones, and chopped the records in his basement. He had the ultimate set up which included the Akai S950 rack model and the infamous SP1200. We brought the records over, told D. L. where to chop, add drums, sequence, then put on tape so we could go home and write rhymes. Usually the sessions were 4-5 hours and we always left with 2 beats each. That period lasted around 2 years, then we eventually started making beats on the MPC 2000 XL.”

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“Instrumentals to Commit Crimes To” By Sin Crawford (Short Film) Beat Tape

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"Instrumentals to Commit Crimes To"

Instrumentals to Commit Crimes To is the first installment of producer Sin Crawford’s new instrumental series. His production style is reminiscent of the old with gritty sonics over dusty drums that create an immense listening experience. Sin uses dialog as a fixture to glue the project together and tell his story without using words. The introduction into the underworld titled “The First Day I Met You” sets the stage of the album over a somber yet aggressive soundscape that lets you know his foundation and entrance into the game was met with resistance that Sin embraced with open arms. Pay dudes featuring international saxophonist Randy Resnick is a standout track from the album. The stage is set to let you know that paying dues comes in many different ways. Randy Resnick’s impeccable skill on the saxophone is evident as his Melodie’s drive the song to a hypnotic point. Sin Crawford delivers a stellar listening experience that will have the listener engulfed from start to finish. 

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