I've said it before. I'll say it again. Señor Kaos is the hardest working man among Atlanta's true school.
Case in point: Last Saturday, after performing an opening set for Killer Mike and Slaughterhouse at the Loft, dude was working the exit door, passing out fliers at the end of the show. This Saturday, Oct. 3 at East Atlanta Icehouse, he opens for Killer Mike and Rakim for the A3C Festival main event.
Somewhere between his double hustles, he found time to shoot a video for "Automatic Classic" (dir. Mike Moore) and record a tribute to De La Soul with Von Pea (of Tanya Morgan) and Homeboy Sandman, titled "20 Years High & Rising." It's the second leak off his new project Walk Softly and Carry a Big Brick, which drops tomorrow via the Smoking Section.
You will also be able to win the Dog Fish Head Turntable at Aisle 5!!**
"Vinyl and record stores were a big part of growing up for me." ________________________________________________ I…
Great list. I would add Amon Tobin's release. http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-facto…
Still not forgotten my bro!
They've never played Atlanta
Geez. Also, don't ever let Kel Sweeney have another dog! Talk about poor judgement.