We round-up the latest news in the world of Nerdcore Hip-Hop into a bite-sized easy to digest review. Tours, gigs, new albums, news and rumours, this is your one-stop Hip-Hop Hooray!
SXSW comes to a close, March of the Scrubs continues with more new music and there are more new releases to look forward to.
If, like me, SXSW seems like a lifetime away then the annual Nerdcore showcase will seem like a magical night only the lucky few will ever get to appreciate. The line-up at the Flamingo Cantina was impressive with Canadian duo Ghettosocks and Timbuktu performing as Teenburger ahead of Adam Warrock, Tribe One, More Or Les, Dr Awkward, MC Lars, Jesse Dangerously, MC Frontalot, Schaffer The Darklord with Random, aka Meg Ran, rounding off the night. I’ll be putting together a SXSW mixtape podcast celebrating this epic show over the next week as I did last year.
Other friends of The Unheard Nerd were performing elsewhere around the mammoth expo were Mikal kHill and Uncommon Nasa entertaining with their talents at other indie rap shows.
Scrub Club Records Celebration Month Marches On
Remison is the half of Soup Or Villainz with a lightning fast flow and he gives us a glimpse into his world with a solo release, titled Remi’s Mind. Meanwhile, alongside his partner Viet-Vu the pair released a new Soup Or Villainz album A Future Of Fewer Words.
Both releases are available to download for free from scrubclubrecords.com and expect more treats as their month long celebration continues.
Mega Ran in Japan
There’s no rest for Mega Ran having headlined SXSW this year as he prepares from another tour of Japan with a fund-raiser release available now as a digital download or physical format. Along with Phill Harmonix and DJ Aarock ‘Ran brings and old school vibe over ten tracks with The Returners EP.