An Evening with Immortal Technique

December 5, 2011

Some performers entertain; instigates. With social unrest erupting both at home and abroad, listening to Immortal Technique’s music is like pouring fuel on the fires of the coming Resistance. This feeling of defiant opposition was even more present last week

Foad Manshady: Activism With A Beat

September 8, 2011

This interview is a little complex to introduce since the subject was originally picked up by Nick, a writer that left the site while in the middle of conducting this interview via email. As such, the questions that Nick did

Dontel – Zero One

August 10, 2011

Attention! If everyone could stand around and let me explain the situation at hand, please. First off, I would like to thank everyone for coming and viewing what we like to call “Zero One”. Today is a special day at

Shane Eli – I Can Do Better

August 8, 2011

For years now, I’ve been in and out of the west coast hip hop scene and mainly because the scene in Los Angeles has never struck me as the kind of scene that loves hip hop like they used to.

Canibus – Lyrical Law

August 6, 2011

Welcome to the world of a dying breed! Hip Hop has been struggling, not as a culture but as a genre of music, for the last several years. I’m not sure how long it will be before the revival of

B-Nix – anNIXation

July 22, 2011

Annex – [v. uh-neks, an-eks; n. an-eks, -iks] – verb – to attach, append, or add, especially to something larger or more important. The hip-hop scene has always been something that, in ways, seems larger than life. We live in

Hopsin – RAW

July 16, 2011

Let me get one thing straight before I start this review. Just because an artist talks about dismembering people, causing chaos upon the world and trying to take revenge on his backstabbing “friends”, that does not mean that said artist