1. AESOP ROCK- NO JUMPER CABLES Style Wars edition


    from Joey Joey Garfield / Added

    I was given the honor of directing the new segments for the Twenty Year anniversary reissue of the seminal film STYLE WARS. To promote I made this video where Aesop rhymes at a bunch of the same locations that were in the documentary. We also went to Henry Chalfaunts Studio with Vast Aire. Look closely and you can see producer Blockhead in there. We got Def Jux to help with the music tracks it was a perfect fit. INTERESTING NOTE: Several legends of Graf came through to tag our video like Quik, Revolt, and Stay High 149(Rip).

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    • A Christmas F*cking Miracle - Run The Jewels


      from Joey Joey Garfield / Added

      El -P and I had been trying to work together for awhile and finally the stars aligned on this track. Happy Holiday everyday.

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      • Cannibal Ox and 3:33- The Cold Vein Remix (Bicameral Vein). [Full Album]


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        1.CV-1 [Explicit] 4:00 2.Atom (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 4:50 3.A B-Boy's Alpha (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 3:14 4.Straight Off the D.I.C. (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 3:54 5.CV-2 [Explicit] 2:46 6.Stress Rap (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 5:05 7.Battle for Asgard (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 4:22 8.Ridiculoid (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 4:19 9.CV-3 [Explicit] 3:12 10.Painkillers (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 3:42 11.Scream Phoenix (3:33 Remix) [Explicit] 2:53 12. Pigeon (3:33 Remix) 4:35

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        • Despot in San Francisco


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          Run the Jewels

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          • Lecture: El-P (New York, 2013)


            from Red Bull Music Academy / Added

            17.5K Plays / / 4 Comments

            When a 17-year-old Jaime Meline took on the name El-P and formed Company Flow with Mr. Len and Bigg Jus, he hardly could have known that he was going to change the hip hop game forever. But that’s exactly what they did, introducing bracing production and rhyme styles that have been a massive influence on the generations of hip hop that came after. After he helped to define indie hip hop in the ’90s, El-P went ahead and did it again when he started Def Jux, an imprint that brought Cannibal Ox, Aesop Rock, and RJD2 to the world. That’s not even mentioning El-P himself, who has released a number of solo albums and provided production for the likes of Alec Empire, Killer Mike, and Trent Reznor. Always independent, always looking to the future, El-P’s story is far from finished. For more lectures from the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in NYC, visit http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures

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            • I Am Rocom - Official Trailer (2013) [HD]


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              42 Plays / / 0 Comments

              New music coming soon... https://twitter.com/rocom http://facebook.com/iamrocom http://soundcloud.com/rocom http://rocom.tumblr.com/

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              • EL-P @ The Hoxton


                from NOW Magazine / Added

                Definitive Jux Records co-founder and long time M.C. El-p performs at The Hoxton in support of his latest - and critically acclaimed - "Cancer 4 Cure" Shot by Graeme Phillips for www.nowtoronto.com

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                • "Bakin' Soda" by Hangar 18


                  from @pawlmadethis / Added

                  106 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  The music video banned by Viacom for all the wrong reasons. The video was shot in one take, with one roll of Super 35mm film on an Arri 435 at 120FPS.

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                  • Das Racist Is Happy Rappy...


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                    Off Das Racist album 'ReLaX'

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                    • Stoners (2011)


                      from Miles Trahan / Added

                      A group of intoxicated twenty-somethings see a childhood favorite in a new light. Written, Produced & Directed by Miles Trahan Performed by Justin Serrano, Ryan Castro & Afton Watson Shot by Conroy Sunshine Cut by Wade Wilson Sound by Jake Shea Footage from "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory", Warner Bros. Pictures© 1971 Music: "The Day After Yesterday (Instrumental)" by El-P, Definitive Jux© 2004

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