Today, Uncommon Records presents Atari Blitzkrieg’s long awaited full length Uncommon debut, Technicolor Crime Scenes. Atari explains that this album was “inspired by this 24/7 media consumption culture” and that it “doesn’t praise or critisize that, it simply reflects on it, so because of that the album is obviously much darker in tone then anything I’ve done in the past”. To call Atari Blitzkrieg eclectic would be a colossal understatement. The Virginia-based artist explores a wide array of soundscapes that leave most speechless when it comes to placing a label on his music. Atari could fill a room with gamers, head bangers and beat poets and please them all. With Technicolor Crime Scenes, Atari does just that, all the while arfully critiquing our media culture in subtle and not-so subtle ways. While Atari self-produced a large portion of the album he enlisted the talents of 4th Disciple, Krohme, Nasa, IV the Polymath, Willie Green & Masai Bey as well. He also collaborated with Hell-Razah, C-Rayz Walz, Breez Evahflowin, Nasa and Masai on the mic. Get the album NOW at all major digital retailers including:
This coming weekend marks the beginning of a season when skirts get shorter, tan lines get darker, and happy hours start earlier. Summertime is here and Willie Green has a new smash hit to get the party started.
Straight off the heels of his latest effort, We Live In The Future, distributed by Fake Four Distro, Green has teamed up with PremRock, Zilla Rocca, and Mad Dukes to bring you the Fasho Fasho! Remix.
Available as a free remix maxi single download, Fasho Fasho! is here just in time to ring in a summer of good times and is a perfect example of what We Live In The Future is all about – bringing people together and dancing.
Brooklyn-based/Bay Area-bred vocalist Corina Corina is proud to announce the release of the followup to her critically-acclaimed debut album, “The Eargasm.” Set to be released on May 14, 2013, “Come Again: The Eargasm Extended” stretches, remixes, and re imagines five of Corina’s strongest tracks from the original album.
In the weeks leading up to the release of Atari Blitzkrieg’s Technicolor Crime Scenes we’re going to be revealing more and more of the tracks on the album. They’ll also be made available for immediate download with the pre-order. This week we dropped Spirits, where 3 key artists meet for the first time. Atari Blitzkrieg is joined by Willie Green on Production and Uncommon Nasa for a spirited chorus on a track that dares to communicate with the dead. When folks live it up with the pre-order of the album they’ll get an exclusive bonus track, Dungeons x Dragons featuring Vast Aire.
The first single from Adam Warlock’s upcoming LP on Uncommon Records, “Land of the Way It Is”. Frequent Flyers features Prince Po of the legendary Organized Konfusion as well as incredible solo work. The track is produced by Willie Green and the B Side features a Remix by Nasa! The single is name your price and comes with both instrumental versions and the accapella. There are NO CURSES on this song so djs, feel free spinning it on the airwaves as is!
Look out for “Land of the Way It Is” this Spring from Adam Warlock. Featuring Production from Nasa, Willie Green, Agartha Audio, Goodman, Black-Tokyo and Skribe1. As well as collabs/posse cuts with Prince Po, Open Mike Eagle, Subtitle, Acid Reign, Yeshua DaPoed, Elucid, Aeon Grey, Short Fuze, Taiyamo Denku, Pruven and Atari Blitzkrieg!
Crabs in a barrel, leeches, vampires. Have you ever had friends like that? Corina Corina can relate. The fourth single off her critically acclaimed debut, “The Eargasm” addresses this very issue. “Birds” explores this common theme from Corina’s unique perspective. By using the image of a bird soaring in the sky, Corina wonders aloud why some birds choose to clip their own wings for fear of flying. Corina compassionately pleads, “it’s so beautiful up here, won’t you come join me my dear?’
Fresh off producing his full length dance album “We Live in the Future,” Corina’s frequent collaborator Willie Green created a synth-heavy uptempo track for the singer. While this dance-influenced t
rack is not what listeners are used to from either artist, it has fast become a fan favorite. Combining the intensity that Corina’s fans have come to expect with the polished yet organic sound that rising star producer Green is quickly becoming known for. Take flight with the duo’s latest installment, “Birds.”