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. Live it up with your pre-order of the album and get an exclusive bonus track, Dungeons x Dragons featuring Vast Aire.
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Atari Blitzkrieg's "Technicolor Crime Scenes" available for Pre-Order with new single & Vast Aire track
Uncommon Records is proud to announce the pre-order of Atari Blitzkrieg's long awaited LP, Technicolor Crime Scenes. The official release date is May 28th, but if you pre-order digitally at our Online Store before that date you will get a Pre-Order ONLY bonus track featuring Vast Aire called Dungeons x Dragons.
The lead single, Choices (Produced by IV the Polymath) and the Nasa-Produced banger, Enter the Creeper are available immediately upon pre-order. We will also be revealing more songs and adding them to the immediate pre-order for the entire month leading up to May 28th!
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. 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.
Uncommon Burners 2 Scheduled for January release : Dual Poster and T Shirt included / Free Online version
Uncommon Burners 2 will arrive in January and will be stacked with the best that Uncommon has had to offer over the course of the past 2-3 years. The disc will come in gate fold packaging and will include a dual sided poster with original artwork. It will also be offered as a package with the brand new Uncommon America T Shirt design. This release is a celebratory one for the Orange Army supporters and all of our artists that have helped build our discography. There will also be an online EP length version FREE for download. The disc will be a true collectors item, pre orders will begin very soon and it will include tracks from our entire active roster, some of which will not have been previously released. This album will kick off our 2013 schedule which will start with Aeon Grey's Lead Breakfast, Atari Blitzkrieg's Technicolor Crime Scenes and Adam Warlock's Land of the Way It Is.
Atari Blitzkrieg has dropped Nards over DOOM's Agrimony beat on via the Godsendant soundcloud page. The single features kids screaming "Kick em in the Nards!" and bopping pianos while Atari breaks down his evolution toward maturity.
The always terrific website, Crayon Beats, has recently put together a compilation called Monsters Are Due On Crayon Beats. It's centered around the classic television series, The Twilight Zone, and the book series, Goosebumps. The comp features a brand new song from Adam Warlock (Produced by Nasa) called Twenty Two, which is loosely based on the Twilight Zone episode of the same name. Atari Blitzkrieg tackled TZ's A World Of Difference. Acid Reign's Gajah meanwhile took on the household classic, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. The album also features past and present Uncommon collaborators, Lyle Horowitz, Open Mike Eagle, Carl Kavorkian, Brzowski and more. It's a must hear, Prog Rap meets The Twilight Zone, what more could you want in time for Halloween?
The exclusivity of Satan In the Mirror in our Online Store has ended as we bring Atari Blitzkrieg's haunting EP to online retailers worldwide. The album features production from Atari, Krohme, Nasa and Black-Tokyo. You can now pick up the EP at Itunes, Amazon MP3 or any other online service where Uncommon releases can be found. You may just get a monster surprise by ordering it with us though, that's all we're saying about it.