Title-track off the Bay Area collective's upcoming album, Flames & Figures, dropping October 14th.
The San Francisco-based collective continue to develop their sound on their latest musical release.
Single number two off the San Francisco-based collective's upcoming Unravel EP.
The San Francisco collective delivers a video for the title-track off their new EP.
The SF-based collective returns!
The SF-based band released a 2dope mix in support of their recent tour.
After a brief hiatus, the Bay Area collective returns with the official video -- directed by Emalyn Lopez and animated by Hypoetical -- for the second single off their upcoming EP. "2000 Seasons" addresses the sense of ownership that drives colonization of the land, the mind, and the body. Traveling through inner and outer universes,
You know the day is gonna go well when it starts off with some brand new music from The Seshen. And with a song title taken from the historical fiction novel by Ayi Kwei Armah, the Bay Area collective share the story of self-entitled conquest. Seasons addresses the individual who believes he has a calling
Art by Cynthia Navarro. The Bay Area collective is planning to release a new EP soon enough (thank you!); and here goes the 2dope to Sleep On alum's first single.
Ever since I shed some light on The Seshen with a 2Dope To Sleep On post, I've been hit up consistently with folks wanting more. Well, to those that have been looking, here you go! As part of the UnderCover's tribute project to Joni Mitchell, the Bay Area collective covers track nine off the Canadian singer/songwriter's
Directed By Emalyn Lopez. Ever since I was introduced to The Seshen back in January (in which I shared via this (2)Dope to Sleep On post), I've been steadily playing their music more often than not. And now that their self-titled album is now available, the Bay Area based collective have released some new visuals. RELATED: The
You might remember me introducing The Seshen back in January for one of our most-recent (2)Dope To Sleep On posts. Left with only three songs to jam with over the past two months has had me wanting more. Thankfully the seven-piece Bay Area band comes through with their debut full-length! And after one solid listen
I believe I've said this before but whatever... whenever my man Tunji suggests I listen to something new I dive right in with open ears. What can I say? On top of his ability to rhyme, the man just has a great ear for music. Case in point... The Seshen. A seven-piece band (led by