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“Clitmatist” by Hypenkrünk

“Biscuits-n-Davey” – Hypenkrünk

Hypenkrünk – performing two nights in New Orleans, LA – 5.23.2014 – 5.24.2014


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The Daily Times looks at Just Da Tip

Steve Wildsmith of The Daily Times interviewed DJ Fuq Yoo Infinity about the new Hypenkrünk release, Lords of Rap Volume 1: Just Da Tip.   The article serves as both a review of the disc and a preview of the release show, which occurred on February 1st at The Pilot Light in Knoxville, TN.

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Lords of Rap Volume 1: Just Da Tip by Hypenkrünk

Hypenkrünk
Lords of Rap Volume 1: Just Da Tip
2014

“Post-Op Cop”
“Clitmatist”
“Trappalachia (Meadow Fabulous)”
“The Devil’s Geometries”
“Doris Day”
“Armaghetto”
“Biscuits-n-Davey”
“See-through System”
“Mossy Oak”

DJ Fuq Yoo Infinity – beats
Nasty N8 – synth
D Mobile – guitar, synth
MC Realtree – lyrics, vocals

Produced by Hypenkrünk
Recorded at El Studio, Knoxville, TN
Mixed by Dustin Milotte at Secret Show Studio
Mastered by Arrison Kirby at El Deth
Art and design by David Dalton at Hot Mess Hotel
All songs by Hypenkrünk
2014 El Deth

“Biscuits-n-Davey” contains a sample from “Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love” by Peggy March

The Ripple Effect reviews The Micro Jackson EP

California music site, The Ripple Effect, had very nice things to say about The Micro Jackson EP, the most recent Arrison Kirby release, featuring Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers.

I like this The Grime person.

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Lords of Rap Volume 1: Just da Tip by Hypenkrünk to be released 1.28.2014

Lords of Rap Volume 1: Just Da Tip is the debut release by Knoxville based rap and psychedelia group, Hypenkrünk. Though they use aliases for this project, Hypenkrünk is a collaboration between musicians from across the music spectrum. The players hail from the backgrounds of hip hop, (Flashmob, Flack Jacket) electronica, (Star Mountain), jazz (Deep Green) and prog rock (Obadiah).

The lyrics of vocalist, MC Realtree, are as prurient as they are suggestive and subliminal. Where in one moment, he may be rolling in the dirt with an animal nature and the lowest of brows, in the next he is proposing an evolution of the collective consciousness and sharing glimpses into other worlds.

These lyrics overlay a bed of music that is at times danceable, industrial, improvisational, irreverent, ambient, rigid, rocking, progressive, gangsta and dancehall. It could be comparable to a Nine Inch Nails album, produced by Nigel Godrich and Dan the Automator, featuring 2 Live Crew in one ear and Outkast in the other…or maybe Sage Francis.

This is the twentieth release from the El Deth recording label. Get it online and in limited hard form on January 28th, 2014.

Stream the first single here:

 

 

Ox Fanzine reviews Aries

Germany’s Ox Fanzine did a rather positive and candid review of the recent Arrison Kirby album, Aries.

The last line of the review, translated, reads, ” A funny contemporary, that Arrison Kirby!” We’ll take it!

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The Micro Jackson EP by Arrison Kirby with Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers

Arrison Kirby with Dustin Milotte & Brite Flowers
The Micro Jackson EP
2013

“Burned Out”
“Do As”
“Action”
“Bomb”
“Living on my Own”
“Single Politician”

Written, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Arrison Kirby
except “Living on my Own” written by Freddie Mercury.

Arrison Kirby – vocals, acoustic guitar, beats, keys, drums
Dustin Milotte – guitars / additional guitar composition
Brite Flowers – bass / additional bass composition

Artwork by Aaron Shugart-Brown

Recorded at El Studio, Knoxville, TN

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Supajam previews The Micro Jackson EP

The mighty London music press outfit, Supajam, provided an early look at forthcoming, The Micro Jackson EP, by Arrison Kirby, with Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers.  Specifically, they shared the first single, “Action.”

There is this question of Paul McCartney playing Americana.  That is far too humbling of a comparison for comment.  Thanks, Supajam!

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