With features from Gucci Mane, Nacho Picasso, and more.
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The Seattle emcee and Blue Sky Black Death producer connect for a quickstrike release.
Co-produced by No Merci.
The Seattle/Oakland production team revamp a Channel Orange stand-out.
Random fact: "Blue Skies Black Death" is a term we use in the skydiving community.
Will you just look at that lineup? After you let it sit in for a second, check out La Flare, Deniro, Nacho and Mack rock over the Blue Sky Black Death soundbed. The song is not featured on BSBD's new Glaciers LP -- which is available for purchase (and stream) -- but this is 2013!
With just five tracks, Blue Sky Black Death delivers an hour-long experience with their new EP album Glaciers. As shown on the previous leaks ("II" and "III"), the Seattle duo show off their ability to take the listener on a audio journey, combining hip hop with shoegaze textures and prog-rock structures with 808's and a ton
Blue Sky Black Death did it again. If you thought the Child Actor-assisted "II" was long (clocking in at 11:28), the Seattle production duo gave themselves an extra two-minutes for their latest instrumental journey featuring some vocal assistance from Lotte Kestner. Taken off their upcoming record Glaciers (10/1 on Fake Four), the two sampled a
For the first release off their upcoming Glaciers project (out 10/1 via Fake Four), Seattle production duo Blue Sky Black Death enlists indie-fied R&B group Child Actor for an ethereal 11-minute journey. A perfect soundscape for those looking to mellow out on the weekend before Labor Day's craziness. And based off the tracklist below, Glaciers
Producers Blue Sky Black Death and overseas rhymesayers S.A.S link up with Cam'ron & N.O.R.E. for a joint off their upcoming Celestial album.
Upon requests from fans, BSBD released a collection of instrumentals they've provided for recent works with Deniro Farrar, Nacho Picasso, Donnis and others. Stream/download after the jump.
Directed by Terrence Jeffrey Santos. Seattle's Sadistik follows up "Exit Theme" with a new visual from his upcoming album, Flowers For My Father (Feb. 19). Shouts to Potholes on the premiere.