Thirdeye Magazine header image 4
A

Entries Tagged as 'Hip-Hop'

Saul Williams

The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust!

November 12th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Niggy Tardust

Off the heels of Radiohead’s “pay what you want” digital distribution, Williams ups the ante, offering his latest album for free with the option to donate $5 to the artist. All this while being decidedly less established. After several tours, opening for Nine Inch Nails, Williams and NIN’s Trent Reznor hook up to collaborate on what can only be described as a monumental success in programming. [...]

[Read more →]

→ No CommentsTags: Reviews · · ·

Aesop Rock

None Shall Pass

September 3rd, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

None Shall Pass

Since 2001’s Labor Days, Long Island born and raised Ian Matthias Bavitz – under the AR moniker – exploded onto the underground hip-hop scene armed with razor-sharp, socially conscious prose. When you’re unofficially crowned the indie king of an entire genre, odds are [...]

[Read more →]

→ 1 CommentTags: Reviews · ·

Sage Francis

Human the Death Dance

July 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Human the Death Dance

Cutting his teeth on the floors of underground hip-hop clubs and emcee battlegrounds, Sage Francis’ latest effort examines the journey behind his growing notoriety. Serving as a mixtape of sorts, Sage Francis’ Human the Death Dance revisits his youth, with several recordings scattered throughout that feature the child Sage throwin’ down his best stuff. [...]

[Read more →]

→ No CommentsTags: Reviews · ·

http://www.thirdeyemag.com">home
  • reviews
  • interviews
  • gallery
  • literature
  • © 2007–2009 Thirdeye Magazine — Wordpress theme based on Cutline by Chris Pearson

    Stop SOPA!

    SOPA breaks our internet freedom!
    Any site can be shut down whether or not we've done anything wrong.

    Stop SOPA!