Entries in Teddy Faley (15)
Quadrofiendia, the full length from Producer Agartha Audio (The Hollow Earth, MF Borat) and Emcee Taiyamo Denku (Articles of Mind) drops June 19th from Uncommon Records. For now you can hold down this banger, Unhandled Crossings, from the team of Uncommon vets! Grab the lead single for free on our Soundcloud page, you will find a Clean version there too for all the radio DJs! Quadrofiendia also features Sadat X, Craig G., Vast Aire, Illogic, Masai Bey, Atari Blitzkrieg, L.I.F.E. Long, Teddy Faley and more!
On Saturday, March 24th 2012, ADAM will be travelling down to Baltimore, MD for a show with Teddy Faley & DJ Addikt, Eleven A.M., Cubbiebear, Collectible Humans and Jimmy Da Gent. The show will happen at The Windup Space and a compilation has been organized with music from all the artists performing. The comp is going to be available for a limited time only and is a FREE download. It features an unreleased track by Teddy Faley & ADAM, Produced by A.M. Breakups, along with lots of other treats! Grab this comp and if you're in that area , GO TO THE SHOW!
A while back we released a compilation in partnership with Soapbox Clothing called No Dough, No Show. Teddy Faley delivered us a classic that summed up the whole concept of the project called P's & Q's that tackled the elephant in the room, that indie artists aren't getting paid what they are worth these days. Teddy recently ripped this track live in his native Baltimore at Sonar with DJ Addikt. Check it out.
It's that time of year again! We're proud to announce our 4th Annual Yule Prog Festival, a Celebration of Progressive Hip-Hop in NYC and beyond! We hope to see you all there!
Soap-Box Clothing (UK) and Uncommon Records present the: "No Dough, No Show" Compilation! It features The Presence, Atari , Teddy Faley, Willie Green, Kitchen Khemistry, Taiyamo Denku, Short Fuze, Agartha Audio, Megabusive, Adam Warlock and much more!
The compilation is a joint project that ties together the themes of Soap-Box' recent Fall clothing line and centers in on struggling musicians from a first person perspective. Each of the artists on the album created a track about the difficulties of making music in an era when everyone wants it for free. From the artistic, to the financial implications, it's all laid out in stunning fashion. The best thing that can come from this release is a further understanding of the relationship between artist and listener and the realization that we are all living under the same difficulties in life.
This is yet another FREE release from Uncommon Records which has already has brought you Masai Bey's "Collector's Bey" this month as well. Further proof of the depth of talent here at Uncommon Records and our dedication to getting it to the public by all means neccessary.