Scroobius Pip‘s “Let Em Come” takes a more somber tone in this SFR REDUX where he is joined on the mic by 3 Strange Famous affiliates: Sage Francis, Metermaids & Cecil Otter. Fresh off the heels of his Wugazi project, Cecil Otter also produced the beat.
The video for the original version of “Let Em Come” is available for viewing here. The artwork for this digital single was done by Carl Sutton.
Scroobius Pip’s solo album “DISTRACTION PIECES” drops on September 19th via his own label Speech Development in conjunction with Strange Famous Records (USA&CAN). More details & pre-sales info here, or click here to purchase the album on MP3 now!
“I’ve been an avid listener of the electronic musician Mux Mool–and his affiliate label, Ghostly International–for quite awhile, so when the time came to look for “Fallen House, Sunken City” remixes he was on my shortlist.
I was excited to find that not only was Mux a reciprocate fan, but had a background in hip hop and desire to do more work as a producer. With any luck this, his remix of “The Hunter,” will be the first in a number of collaborations between us. He absolutely killed this track, and I’m honored to have worked with him on it.” - B. Dolan
Produced by Grammy-winning producer 9th WONDER, “Graveyard Shift” is the first single from the SFR debut album “Rooftop Shake” from Brooklyn, NY duo METERMAIDS (Swell & Sentence)!
“Rooftop Shake” also features cuts by Rob Swift and appearances by Sage Francis & Buck 65, and drops on September 6, 2011! Pre-sale package deals are available right now at http://bitURL.net/RooftopShakePRESALE
Artwork for this digital single was done by Carl Sutton.
B. Dolan & Buddy Peace are currently hard at work on “House of Bees vol. 2,” as well as some killer new arrangements for their upcoming European Tour w/ Dan Le Sac. One of our favorite new arrangements from both is presented here as a free download, to celebrate the grand opening of the new BDOLAN.NET site. Be sure to check it out and subscribe for regular updates, exclusive downloads, lyrics and news.
If you’re loving this version, you should hear it live. Come to Jamiaca, Come to Dubai.
The original version can be heard on B’s “Fallen House Sunken City” here. Volume 1 of “House of Bees” is available here.