Uncommon Radio has rolled out it's annual special featuring the Top Ten LPs of 2012. Hosted by Nasa, he counts down from 10 to 1 of the year that was. Some of the choices expected and some not, take some notes and get down with some of the best albums that Uncommon Records DIDN'T put out this passed year. You can listen and download the episode here on the site or you can subscribe on Itunes.
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Nasa just dropped the latest episode of Uncommon Radio and on it he played a brand new, soon to be released, track he produced for billy woods. The track is called Musical Chairs and it will be available on woods' upcoming free release, Wooden Nickels, which will be dropping just before the Christmas. Make sure you keep an eye out for that project from Backwoodz! Nasa laid down 19 banging tracks on this episode, make sure you subscribe to Uncommon Radio on Itunes or peep it here on the site!
Long time collaborators and peers in the New York indie scene, Nasa and Billy Woods sit down for an interview on Uncommon Radio. Billy Woods addressed reaction to his album, "History Will Absolve Me", his beat selection process, his thoughts on digital music consumption and much more. This is the 50th episode of Uncommon Radio which can be subscribed to on Itunes or heard right here on our site.
Bloodmoney (one half of DCK VNNGT) has re-issued his solo project, Wake the Dead digitallyat his new Bandcamp page. Tracks from this release ended up getting airplay on Uncommon Radio when first put out leading to DCK VNNGT signing with Uncommon. Look out for Bloodmoney and Sloth's Uncommon debut LP, tentatively titled Bare Witness in 2013.
Taiyamo Denku was interviewed recently on Hip Hop's Reality. He gets into some details on his upcoming release on Uncommon with Agartha Audio, Quadrofiendia, drops a freestyle and a beat box off the top and much more.
You can also hear a brand new track, a week early, called Mother Earth Still Life which features Vast Aire, Illogic and Perseph 1 on the latest episode of Uncommon Radio. Look for that track to be floating around in advance of the Quadrofiendia Pre-Order next week.
A.M. Breakups has been busy this month. Check out his new label/crew/collective Reservoir Sound and their brand new website! You'll find two new singles there from 11:00A.M., Forrealism and Mother Earth, that also feature production from Willie Green and Jeff Markey. While you're at it, shoot over to Uncommon Radio's Youtube Channel to see some performances from Cult Favorite (A.M. Breakups & Elucid) from RS' showcase in Brooklyn last month.