After coming off the success of his recent solo album, Molly’s Dirty Water, Hieroglyphics and Souls of Mischief member A-Plus, gives the remix treatment to Deltron 3030′s, Zach De La Rocha-featured track, “Melding of the Minds,” premiering today at Mass Appeal. The original track comes from the highly anticipated album Event 2, the follow-up to [cont.]
Bulk Records is thrilled to reveal the video for “Do You Remember,” from Deltron 3030′s triumphant 2013 return Deltron 3030: Event II. The video features an old man in a futuristic wheelchair-turned-rocketship, spliced with clips of Del rapping as he walks contemplatively down a beach – it’s as bizarre as it is apropos.
Deltron 3030 is pleased to release their new video for “City Rising From The Ashes,” off their new album Deltron 3030: Event II, out now on Bulk Recordings. The clip, directed by Lionel Dupont, is the second video released for the track, though it originally jumped out as an obvious winner from the Genero.tv video [cont.]
Deltron 3030 is excited to release their video for “Melding of the Minds,” which premiered via Esquire. Justin Lee directed the animated video, and said the concept for the video was inspired by the song, reminding him of “the feeling you get when you’re out in the city late at night tagging and running in [cont.]
Del, Dan The Automator, and Kid Koala head up to Sway In The Morning at Shade 45, to speak on the release of their new album, Deltron 3030 Event II. In the second clip, Del freestyles alongside Digable Planets’ Ladybug Mecca.
Deltron 3030 perform”City Rising from the Ashes” off their new album Deltron 3030: Event II. The group is joined by a 16-piece orchestra and 4-piece band onstage, including special guest, producer Just Blaze on keyboards. Bonus points for David Letterman reprimanding Kid Koala at the end, heh.
After the runaway cult success of Dr. Octagon, an out-of-nowhere 1995 record that teamed Kool Keith with DJ Q-Bert and producer Dan The Automator, the relationship between the crew went sour. While everyone’s got a different take on what really went down, Automator never looked back, and moved forward with a similar kind of project [cont.]
Here’s the video for Deltron 3030′s post-apocalyptic “City Rising from the Ashes.” From the new album, Event 2, hitting Sept. 30th.
Available now at iTunes or Amazon and limited edition physical copies are available at select participating retailers. This is a preview of tracks that can also be found on the forth-coming album, EVENT II, dropping Oct. 1st.
Bulk Recordings is excited to announce the return of Deltron 3030 with the release of Deltron 3030 Event II on October 1st, 2013. The album is Deltron 3030′s long-awaited successor to their self-titled cult-classic debut. Deltron 3030 — composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: rapper Del The Funky Homosapien, producer Dan “The Automator” Nakamura [cont.]
Looks like that Deltron 3030 reunion is finally happening. Event II, coming soon.
Skullcandy commissioned Figure for this remix of Deltron 3030′s classic “Upgrade”. He writes: “Deltron 3030 was essential music to me for so long that to have the groups blessing on this remix is more than a honor. Dan The Automator was more than kind enough to send me Del’s studio acapella, and Del gave me [cont.]
Del speaks briefly with AUX TV about his upcoming Deltron 3030 sequel with Dan The Automator and Kid Koala, Event II. He explains the setting of the album takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, free of rule or government.
Just after playing a brilliant but soggy (it rained a lot) Luminato 6 set in Toronto, Dan the Automator and Del the Funky Homosapien of Deltron 3030 discuss playing live again, meeting fan expectations for Deltron Event II (and when it’s coming out), and their future plans, including upcoming dates in Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, [cont.]
The press release reads as follows: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Deltron 3030′s Dan the Automator have teamed up to create Positive Contact, a hybrid of beer and cider based on Dan’s favorite ingredients and Dogfish Head’s innovative brewing practices. Deltron 3030 is an adventurous hip-hop collaboration between Dan and Del the Funkee Homosapien. Deltron’s [cont.]
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