Keb returns after a short hiatus to bring you more vinyl reviews. This episode features records from: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Moka Only & Ayatollah and Del the Funky Homosapien & Parallel Thought.
Yup. Finally, another episode of the VINYL file is posted. This would have appeared on the Outhouse front page on Monday when I uploaded it but the Outhouse front page wasn't working for me and Jude was refusing to fix it. That's usually how our working relationship functions. Anyhow, in this episode, I review records I picked up on a single trip to the store. There is an underlying theme in that all of these records are 1 Rapper + 1 Producer records.
Titles up for review are:
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Shame (12")
Moka Only & Ayatollah - Bridges
Del the Funky Homosapien & Parallel Thought - Attractive Sin
Enjoy the episode. If you can figure out why a born-and-bred Toronto Blue Jays fan such as myself is wearing a Philadelphia Phillies hat, you will receive a shout out in a future episode of the VINYL file.
Thanks for watching.
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About the Author - Keb Ellis
Keb Ellis is the Outhouse’s first columnist. He enjoys lying on his bed and reading comics while listening to records, but gets frustrated when he has to get up off the bed to flip the record. In addition to writing Peeing in Your Shower, the Outhouse’s most serious column ever, he serves as an editor for upcoming ace reporters. He will also be hosting a new vinyl review video show for the Outhouse (project tentative). He lives in Toronto and has a taco terrier named Phife. He cannot dunk a basketball ... yet! Beautiful single women between the ages of 20 and 35 can follow him on Twitter, where is he known to make an ass of himself on a regular basis.
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