Oct 12

It’s your lucky day…a new video game video for “Shrunk” and new tour dates from Aesop Rock.  He’s going back out with Rob Sonic & DJ Zone with Homeboy Sandman opening (although there will probably be some Lice moments during the show).


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Oct 07


Youth Speaks presents the 9th Annual Life Is Living tomorrow in DeFremery Park, Oakland (Adeline between 16th & 18th Streets).  The festival is free and runs from 10AM- 7PM.  The event features music, dance, spoken word performances, djs, food, health information,  and activities for kids.  This year, they are honoring the legacy of the Black Panther Party.  Free breakfast is at 10AM.  The Coup will be performing at 5pm.  More details are here.

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Oct 06


10DEEP’s Fall 2 look book.  Select pieces available here.

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Oct 03


Photography: Laura Austin // Model: Ted // Styling: Jennifer

The Quiet Life look book for Fall Delivery 2.  Select items available here.

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Sep 29

People of earth –

We are proud to announce our new FREE EP – Lice Two: Still Buggin’ … Should the majesty of free music inspire some charity, here are a couple places we feel your money could do some good:
helpkidscatchfish |

Have a fantastic day – Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman

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Sep 16



Oakland’s First Music Festival to Fight Child Trafficking.  Tomorrow, Sept 17, 2016 from 12-7 pm in downtown Oakland.  Tickets available here.

note: Del will be at this festival and will then be flying to Seattle to perform later in the evening.


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Sep 09


Finally got a chance to catch up on some full length listening, particularly Atmosphere’s Fishing Blues. 

They just kicked off The Shit We’ve Been Through Tour-tickets still available in select cities.

Date   Location   Venue  
09.09.16 Saskatoon, SK O’Brian’s Event Centre
09.10.16 Calgary, AB Elliston Park
09.11.16 Edmonton, AB Union Hall
09.13.16 Victoria, BC (SOLD OUT) Sugar Nightclub
09.14.16 Vancouver, BC (SOLD OUT) Commodore Ballroom
09.15.16 Seattle, WA (SOLD OUT) Showbox SoDo
09.17.16 Portland, OR (SOLD OUT) Roseland Theater
09.18.16 Bend, OR Midtown Ballroom
09.19.16 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
09.20.16 San Francisco, CA The Masonic
09.23.16 San Diego, CA (SOLD OUT) Observatory North Park
09.24.16 Los Angeles, CA Shrine LA (Outdoors)
09.26.16 Tempe, AZ The Marquee
09.28.16 Santa Fe, NM Sante Fe Brewing Company
09.30.16 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
10.01.16 Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House
10.02.16 Missoula, MT The Wilma
10.03.16 Billings, MT Babcock Theatre
10.05.16 Fargo, ND Fargo Civic Center
10.06.16 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
10.07.16 Madison, WI Orpheum Theater
10.08.16 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium
10.15.16 Anchorage, AK (SOLD OUT) Williwaw
10.22.16 Cinncinnati, OH Ubahn Festival
11.02.16 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
11.03.16 Detroit, MI Majestic Theater
11.04.16 Toronto, ON Rebel (formerly Sound Academy)
11.05.16 London, ON London Music Hall
11.07.16 Montreal, QC Fairmount Théâtre
11.09.16 Portland, ME State Theatre
11.10.16 South Burlington, VT Higher Ground – Ballroom
11.11.16 New Haven, CT Toad’s Place
11.12.16 Philadelphia, PA Theater of The Living Arts (TLA)
11.14.16 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
11.15.16 New York, NY Webster Hall
11.17.16 Boston, MA House of Blues
11.18.16 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
11.19.16 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
11.21.16 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall
11.22.16 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall
11.23.16 Milwaukee, WI The Rave / Eagles Club
11.28.16 Duluth, MN Clyde Iron Works
11.29.16 Minneapolis, MN (SOLD OUT) First Avenue & 7th Street Entry
12.01.16 Kahului, HI Maui Arts & Cultural Center
12.02.16 Honolulu, HI The Republik
12.03.16 Honolulu, HI The Republik

all roads lead back to RSE.

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Aug 26

“Nobody can save hip hop”

  Yeah, we’re that Nobody.

De La’s new album, and the Anonymous Nobody, out today.  Instead of dealing with the sample clearance from their past albums, they assembled musicians to jam and recorded over 200 hours of live music.  They then launched a successful Kickstarter, while going through the music and constructing new songs.

The album feature some more mature musings about mortality, infidelity, and even royalties.  Gorillaz’ collaborator Damon Albarn makes an appearance as well as  Justin Hawkins, David Byrne, Little Dragon, Snoop and 2Chainz.  The album begins with a glorious intro from Jill Scott:

They’ve also released a documentary chronicling the making of the album called, We’re Still Here (now).

It’s getting really hard for us to order music from distributors, so we’re just linking you…

Google Play:
Amazon MP3:

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Aug 19


They have just released the lineup for Hiero Day 2016, and it includes:

A-plus vs Architech
Blu & Exile
Beat Junkies
Da Boy Dame
Davey D
Dilated Peoples
DJ Fresh
Invisibl Skratch Piklz
J Cutt (of APG)
Just Blaze
Larry June
Lyrics Born
Mikos Da Gawd
Mind Motion
Mr. Lif
Mr. E
Nef the Pharoah
Peaches Crew
Rexxlife Raj
Risky Bizness Crew
Rocky Rivera
Sean G
The Grouch
The Whooligan
Too $hort
Tri-State & OH NO!
Trill Team 6
Young L


D Nas
Chuy Gomez

Tickets start at $19.93 and are available here.

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Aug 11


Shepard Fairey is in SF this week, and he and his crew will be working on two murals to celebrate the opening of American Civics, a collaboration between Shepard and the estate of Jim Marshall.   The first mural (image on the left) is Cesar Chavez at 453 Hayes St.  The image Marshall took is after Chavez completed his 300 Mile March to Sacramento in support of farmworkers’ rights in 1966.

The image of Fannie Lee Chaney (right) will appear at 701 Alabama Street. Marshall’s photo is from 1964, on the day Chaney found out her son, James Chaney, and two friends were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan for registering African Americans to vote during Freedom Summer.

The opening of American Civics will be on Saturday, August 13th at the San Francisco Art Exchange, 458 Geary.  There will be a meet & greet from 2-4pm.

Obey’s new line for Fall has just dropped.

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