Monthly Archives: October 2013

FREE Halloween Show Features BeastHead, deM atlaS & The Turnups

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Location: 329 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis
When: Thursday, October 31st @ 10PM

Still looking for something to do on Halloween? BeastHead, deM atlas & The Turnups will all be live at The Acadia Café tonight for a FREE show that’s looking to be a great time. This IS a Halloween party so all attendees are expected to be in costume, but I’m sure you wont be turned away if you aren’t dressed for the occasion. This should definitely be a good time so if you don’t have anything going on you should come on down and enjoy some dope local music.

Cashinova & Reeves Junya – 999


Cashinova & Reeves Junya have been building quite the rapport in preparation for their collab project “Them”. Entitled “999”, Reeves & Cash go in on the track displaying pound for pound bars over the Trillyanz production. Peep the record above and keep an eye out for “Them” as they prepare for it’s release.

Burton Presents: RESORT


Last week Burton boards released the third installment to their four part snowboarding web-series taking on resorts as their playground. The video features the skills of Danny Davis, Mark McMorris, Werni Stock & Ben Ferguson just to name a few and showcases spots like Seven Springs and Squaw Valley. Check out the video above and stay tuned for more from Burton as the snowboarding season gets into gear.

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski ERDL

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Nike SB makes a surprise drop for this winter with the release of the Nike SB Zoom Janoski ERDL. Apparently they decided to go all the way legit by actually using the Army’s jungle camo on the kicks’ side panel. The sneaks sport suede and canvas a top a gum bottom making for a dope pair of shoes. If you like what you see you can head over to Premier and order these now for $90 or you can check out your local SB retailers for availability.

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Niles Miller – FuckWithNiYouKnowIGotIt

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South Side spitter Niles Miller took to Twitter earlier today to release a new track entitled “FuckWithNiYouKnowIGotIt”. The vet goes in over Jay-Z’s record once again showcasing his ability to command the track. Peep the record below, you can catch Niles live tonight at O’Gara’s for The Cannaholic’s “Fright Night” event.

Banksy “Better Out Than In” Day 30

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As Banksy wraps up his “Better Out Than In” residency of New York City, Day 30 pops out as one of my favorites. The Brit took on the legendary Yankee Stadium as a canvas, painting a leopard stencil along the wall. If you’ve ever been to the Big Apple, you know that the city can indeed take on a “Concrete Jungle” like feeling. This might not be one of his most provocative or satirical, but in my opinion it’s definitely one of the better pieces over the entirety of the exhibition. Today is day 31 marking the end of “Better Out Than In”, stay tuned for the conclusion to what’s been a wild ride.

The Cannaholics Ft. Victor Proton – Blvckout

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In celebration of Halloween and their “Fright Night” event at O’Gara’s tonight, The Cannaholics and Victor Proton have joined forces on a new track entitled “Blvckout”. Featuring in-house production and some slick rhymes to go along, the track is definitely a nice addition to their catalogue. If you’re still looking for something to do this Halloween, peep the flyer above and make your way out to St. Paul for a good time.

Energe – YBA (Artwork)

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The homie Energe sent over the artwork for his upcoming single entitled “YBA” today, and the shit’s dope. No doubt a bear nonchalantly looking away from the photographer, the artwork differs from some of E’s other works. No word on a clear release date, stay tuned for more info as the 4th quarter proceeds.

Botzy – “Past Tense”

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Minneapolis rapper Botzy recently took the stage at the Triple Rock for the release of his latest project entitled “Past Tense”, now we have the newness in it’s entirety. The album features 6 tracks and ends quickly with a running time of only 17 minutes, but is definitely good listening. Peep the record below and stay tuned for more from Botzy as he rides the wave of his latest effort.