For as long as the music industry has been an industry, profit-seekers have been wedging themselves between artists and listeners, shaping hip-hop in order to most efficiently line their pockets. Sick of seeing art subordinated to cashflow, beatsmith Analogic calls on fellow underground artists to lace their boots up and prepare for Revolution on a freshly-released single off his next indie full-length. Yada Yada rhymesayer Supastition handles mic duties on this gritty selection, lacing the headliner’s sampled boardwork with sharp observations on the market-driven nature of the rap game: “[Even] if you’re rappin’ religion or rappin’ about crack / you’re supportin’ capitalism and that’s a fact.” DJ Wreckineyez assists behind the wheels of steel. Feeling it? Revolution is just one of many bangers to be found on Analogics’ The Booth Shall Set You Free LP, set to hit record stores and online retailers this summer.
Written by richard on 04/29/13
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