Kickstarter, Premrock & Willie Green Pledge A Tour

Do you remember producer Willie Green? Well he has teamed with emcee Premrock to release the self-titled album, Premrock & Willie Green on September 28, 2011on Isolated Wax Records. In an effort to promote their record they are going on tour in the U.S. in September and then International in October. You can help them fund their tour while getting dope music in return on their Kickstarter page. You can give as little as $1 dollar or more to receive bonuses. The one I chose was the $20 pledge which included:

Digital copy of new album: “PremRock & Willie Green,” signed hard copy of PremRock’s “the build” and digital copy of Willie Green’s “Dirty Jordans.” Email updates from the tour.

So basically I get three albums from their respective catalogs and help them put on a show for fans around the world that sounds like a win for everyone. So if you want to support them hit up their Kickstarter page for more options. Also to let you hear what is on the new album they have released this single with C-Rayz Walz, Soul Khan and DJ Addikt called, “Had to Be Me“.


ESP Music Agenda: Braille – Native Lungs

Braille has linked up with Humble Beast to drop his latest album, “Native Lungs”. Braille has always given you meaningful music to inspire but takes it one step farther with joining with some of the best producers to compliment his sound. Evidence, Khrysis, S1, Ohmega Watts, Theory Hazit and more transforming Native Lungs into the most intricate and personal albums in his collection. Braille and Humble Beast want everyone to feel his message and is giving it away for free at Here is the music video for the song, “Feel It” off of Native Lungs produced by Evidence.

Artist: Braille – @BrailleHiphop //​Braille
Song: Feel It
Album: Native Lungs
Produced by: Evidence
Featuring scratches by: DJ Revolution
Mixed by: Eddie Sancho
Mastered by: Ricardo Gutierrez
Label: Humble Beast – @HumbleBeast

Directed by: Edd Blott – @EddBlott

ESP Music Agenda: August Vinyl Purchase

Trying to expand my vinyl catalog and was surprised by a nice little gem some record companies are doing to keep buyers purchasing physical copies. They are adding digital download cards to the vinyl so you have it on the computer as well on your turntables. I definitely support this movement because it is easier than trying to rip your vinyl and separate the songs through an audio program. Here are the new joints that will be bumping through the Ecliptic Sight headquarters for this month:

Gangrene – Gutter
Pete Rock & Smif-N-Wessun – Monumental
Random Axe – Random Axe
Madlib – Medicine Show No. 9: Channel 85 Presents Nittyville
Gangrene – Sawblade EP (Shaped like a sawblade and new music not on the Gangrene – Gutter album)

See Today It Will Be Soulcrate Music

I love it when I stumble across music like this. I was on Fifth Element to see if they had pre-order on the new Evidence album. On the front page I saw an album cover for a group I have never heard of. They are called Soulcrate Music and the album is, “The Kick Rocks Collection” and I clicked the link to see what they were about. So I ventured to YouTube to see if I could find their videos and was greeted with this one called, “See Today” off their album I mentioned above. So I thought I would share a new group I discovered so you can do the same.

Stones Throw Inspires Music Videos

Stones Throw does a lot for music such as dropping the latest Madlib track or delivering the soulful crooning of Aloe Blacc. Now it looks as if Stones Throw will be responsible for more music video content. With their 15 year anniversary, they decide they wanted the fans to get involved by having a video contest. With the vast catalog of Stones Throw aspiring music video directors only had thier own creative stopping them. The contest is now over and Stones Throw will be announcing the winners soon but you can still see all of the entries on Stones Throw’s Vimeo page. Here are some of my personal favorites but there are so many more to check out:

Even Zombies Get Down to Dilla

J Dilla / Dilla Says Go

Last Donut of the Night

Serius Jones Takes A Well Deserved Victory Lap

Serius Jones is still doing his thing after his Fight Klub win, releasing street albums/mixtapes such as, “King Me” and making a short film called, “Life is Serius”. The opening of this video is what caught my attention and they explain it through out the video with some creative typography and camera work. Overall an enjoyable music video and song.

Artist: Serius Jones
Song: Victory Lap
Album: War Music
Music Producers: Ceasar & PStarr
Director: Fabrizio Conte
Post Production: Frame24