Chokeules drops his latest video, “Anonymous Tip,” off of his upcoming album, Stay Up. The track was produced by Savilion with cuts by DJiRATE. Directed by Dan Jardine for Boom Shoal Enterprises.
It’s been a couple years since the debut of Wolves (“Air Pump & A Mushroom Cut”), a group made up of Ghettosocks, D-Sisive, Muneshine, Timbuktu and Bix. Their self-titled debut available and features appearances from Maestro Fresh Wes and Adam Bomb.
Wolves is 14-tracks of blood curdling beats by Bix, setting the tone for D-Sisive, Ghettosocks, Muneshine, and Timbuktu to unleash some beastly raps that will tear your heart out through your chest. Featuring Canadian Hip-Hop icon Maestro Fresh Wes, the legend Adam Bomb, as well as Timbuktu’s Swamp Thing teammates, Chokeules and Savillion, the WOLVES debut self-titled album goes straight for the jugular. Protect ya neck.
PURCHASE: Wolves – Wolves (Bandcamp)
Swamp Thing (Timbuktu, Chokeules and Savilion) returns with their sophomore album, Firedogs. D-Sisive, Adam Bomb, Ghettosocks and Wordburglar all make appearances on the album, with Ghettosocks creating the artwork as well.
Swamp Thing combines the trio’s experience as Savilion and Timbuktu create party soundtracks and soundsapes on which the three emcees rap about topics ranging from horror and sci-fi to wild nights and life on the road. At the end of the day, Swamp Thing is all about banging beats, hard rhymes, and melting faces off with rap. Stay tuned.
PURCHASE: Swamp Thing – Firedogs (Bandcamp)
Officially titled Grandpa Funnybook’s Mix-Tapingly Arranged Rapping Song Album 3!, this is the latest release from Hand’Solo Records.
Three years ago Hand’Solo Records partnered with Wordburglar to release a mixtape celebrating our attendance at Toronto’s Fan Expo convention, and the tradition continues as Grandpa Funnybook’s Mix-Tapingly Arranged Rapping Song Album returns for a third volume. In keeping with the themes of Fan Expo, the subject matter of GF3 is heavily weighted towards sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Wordburglar presents a couple of songs from his just released concept album Welcome to Cobra Island, More Or Les debuts the title track to his upcoming Dr Who mixtape, and Adam WarRock offers up an exclusive track about Loki (the one from the Marvel Universe), amongst many other nerdy rap tracks also featuring the likes of Random (aka Mega Ran), Ghettosocks, Beefy, Jesse Dangerously, Kabuto the Python, Fresh Kils, Dual Core and more. Hosted by comic book legend Grandpa Funnybook, creator of all your favourite Special Characters, and mixed by Peter Project, winner of Toronto’s first Sound Battle Royale in 2010, GF3 also features vibrant cover art by comic book artist Dave Howlett (Scenester, Slam-A-Rama). Nerds, rejoice!
DOWNLOAD: Grandpa Funnybook’s Mix-Tapingly Arranged Rapping Song Album 3! (Bandcamp)
$5 RAP SHOW – 3rd ANNIVERSARY PARTY
w/ Apt, Brandon Dramatic, Chokeules, Egyptian Prescription, Fresh Kils, Ghettosocks, Jesse Dangerously, Mister E, More or Les, Savilion, Swamp Thing, Thesis Sahib, Timbuktu, Wordburglar
Friday, February 1st, 2013
@ Rancho Relaxo (300 College St.)
DJ Starts at 9 PM | Performances at 10 PM
Swamp Thing (Timbuktu, Chokeules & Savilion) will be releasing their new Grindhouse EP and the video for “123.”
$5 Rap Show
SWAMP THING EP & VIDEO RELEASE PARTY
w/ Timbuktu, Chokeules, Savilion, Ghettosocks & Wordburglar
Friday, June 22, 2012
Rancho Relaxo (300 College St.)
Show: 9:30 PM
There will be a double video release party for Backburner’s “Heatwave” and Wordburglar’s “Rhyme O’Clock” at Rancho Relaxo on February 2nd.
Double Video Release Party
w/ More or Les, Wordburglar, Timbuktu, Chokeules, Thesis Sahib, Fresh Kils & Mister E
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
@ Rancho Relaxo (300 College St.)
Doors: 9 PM
The Backburner crew put out their compilation, Heatwave, last summer and have followed that up with their debut video of the same name. The single features Wordburglar, Toolshed’s Timbuktu and Chokeules, Jesse Dangerously, Jay Bizzy and Thesis Sahib on the hook.
The video release party will take place on February 2nd at Rancho Relaxo.