Some uncut raw shit from Scram, Al, and Oh No. Why wasn’t this on the LP? LISTEN: Scram Jones + Gangrene (Alchemist + Oh No) – “How To Drown A Fish” (MP3) Scram Jones + Gangrene (Alchemist + Oh No) – “How To Drown A Fish” (MP3)
Since the record industry effectively imploded, sales might be down, but music is still being made. More importantly, it seems like things are more interesting and bizarre than ever before. Gangrene is a group project between Oh No and The Alchemist, the former a Stones Throw stalwart, the latter being one of the most seasoned [cont.]
These guys….Gangrene LP in stores now.
The Alchemist + Oh No (Gangrene) ‘All Bad’ video edited by Jason Goldwatch. Gutter Water in stores now! Click here to buy on iTunes.
The Alchemist + Oh No (Gangrene) ‘Take Drugs’ official video directed by Jason Goldwatch. Gangrene’s debut album Gutter Water in stores and online 11/22.
Even if you aren’t into Alchemist and Oh No (collectively known as Gangrene), you should check the above video clip, featuring highlights from the group’s listening party for their Gutter Water LP.
Saw blade shaped vinyl? Count us in. Al and Oh release this limited edition vinyl EP of four non-album tracks from their Gangrene project, which is in stores now. Tracklist looks like this: Tracklist: Side A 1. The Sickness 2. Operating Room 3. Freshest Rhymes 4. Overdose Side B 1. The Sickness Inst 2. Operating [cont.]
New ish from the duo of Alchemist and Oh No.Gangrene’s LP, Gutter Water, drops on November 22nd.
Press release reads as follows: Famed producer/emcee The Alchemist, and Oh No, the left-coast rapper/beatsmith are collaborating as Gangrene, to bring audiences the gritty opus Gutter Water on Decon. Over the course of three years and a myriad of emails, the two have built a project that celebrates their shared passion for dusty breaks and [cont.]
Oh No is present as well, but he kind of just nods in agreement. Rakaa’s Crown of Thorns dropping 7/20 on Decon. Oh No & Alchemist’s Gang Grene dropping……in the future.
Stones Throw tells us: This past year, around the same time Madlib was creating his remix of Guilty Simpson’s Ode to the Ghetto for his Madlib Medicine Show #1 release, we had Oh No remix the tracks as well, using samples from the Now-Again catalog. Oh No’s collection Ghettodes is not an album, but a [cont.]
The album is called Ohnomite (like “dynomite”), and according to the above tweet will include collaborations with Alchemist, Evidence, and Fashawn…..
It begins with a shrieking female vocal sample followed by a filthy, hypnotic guitar riff. The drums contribute a funk aesthetic, and the result is modern snake charmer music–for acid heads. And thus begins the adventure that is Oh No’s latest project, Dr. No’s Oxperiment. In the fashion of his brother Madlib’s Beat Konducta series, [cont.]
The last time we heard from Grand Agent he was overseas doing his thing on the lyrically inclined Fish Outta Water album. Although Grand Agent is a gifted lyricist, his album was marred by inconsistent production and less than stellar hooks. So what is an Agent to do? Go find the best accomplice to [cont.]
When you are an artist who’s real name is Michael Jackson, you may have a hard time being taken seriously. When you are an artist/producer who is the little brother to beat-conductor extraordinaire Madlib, you may have an even harder time making it in this music biz. But if you are Oh No, you take [cont.]
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