Update: The Mike Marasco-directed, Pulp Fiction-inspired visuals for Ces Cru’s Jimmy Stewart single have been added.
With their Strange Music sophomore set less than one week away from release, Ces Cru are back on our pages with another fresh record off the project, and this one just so happens to be a Booth-exclusive world premiere. Borrowing its title from the folksy acting legend who starred in flicks like Vertigo and It’s a Wonderful Life—though I couldn’t tell you exactly what the record has to do with its namesake—Jimmy Stewart sees crewmates Ubiquitous and Godemis showcasing their slow flows over a murky, sampled beat by in-house producer extraordinaire Michael “Seven” Summers. For this cut, the previously-featured Sound Bite and much more, cop Codename: Ego Stripper when it hits record stores and online retailers next Tuesday, August 5.
Written by richard on 09/25/14
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