One of my favourite hip-hop producers, Sixtoo, has signed a three record deal with Coldcutís record label Ninja Tune. This news comes only months after his Sebutones partner in crime, Buck 65, released his entire Language Arts series through Warner Canada.
Underground sound magazine is runnning an interview with my current fav. MC/Producer, J-Live. Their online magazine looks great design-wise and contains some very dope interviews and music reviews. (Check the archives)
The hip-hop edition of the Dig Your Roots compilation will hit the streets on March 3rd, featuring some amazing Canadian underground talent, (including Winnipegís own Frek Sho). The DYR site also features many fine tracks that didnít make the cut for the CD.
Still on the hip-hop tip, the Break Bread crew will be performing at the West End on February 14th as part of the CKUW Fundrive, along with The Panty Apples, RWPO, and the Giant Sons.
Keeping it close to home, check out the Kick It Till It Breaks site for some really nice political, music oriented, and skateboarding themed photographs. Or surf over to the newly designed Video Pool webpage. Video Pool is a nonprofit Artist-Run Centre dedicated to independent video, audio and computer integrated multimedia production, located here in Winnipeg.
Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity - In Words of Four Letters or Less.
And finally... Don't forget about DJ John Kelly at the Pyramid tomorrow night!!!