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Aug 18

This week, Z’s posting two different takes on Public Enemy’s classic, “Bring The Noise”. They’re up for FREE download for the next 72 hours. Check them out at Bandcamp or click the pictures above. The clock’s ticking!

TOUR / TOUR / TOUR
August 19th – Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium  Rock Boxx Tour
August 27th – Old San Juan, Puerto Rico @ Electric Daisy Carnival
September 2nd – Aspen, CO @ Belly Up Aspen
September 3rd – Las Vegas, NV @ LAVO (Marquee @ Cosmopolitan)
September 4th – Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot After Dark w/ Four Tet, Dam-Funk & Special Guest TBA
October 28th – Las Vegas, NV @ HAZE Nightclub (Aria)
October 29th/30th – New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo Experience
Rock Boxx Ticket Giveaway: Z-trip is giving away a pair of tickets to this Friday’s show to one lucky person. Please email palladium@soulkitchenmusic.com to win!

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Jun 21

He says, “I had to put my favorite song from my Favorite Hip-Hop album of all time, Public Enemy’s, It takes a Nation of Millions to hold us Back. I miss the days when songs of substance were the norm in Hip-Hop. Public Enemy single handedly educated an entire Hip-Hop generation. Public Enemy was perfect, Chuck D’s militant lyrics and powerful preacher like voice, Flavor Flav’s hype and comic relief and the Bomb Squad’s manic soundscape of drums and samples. In this song Chuck defiantly states, “to understand my demands, I gave a warning…I wanted the governor ya’ll plus the Warden to know, that I am innocent because I’m militant. Posing a threat, you bet its fucking up the government.”

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