Bluroc backstage starring Curren$y, Stalley, Ski Beatz, The Senseis, Sean O’Connell, McKenzie Eddy, Big K.R.I.T, Smoke DZA, The London Souls + More. Bluroc Festival DVD available in stores and iTunes February 14, 2012
The 24 Hr Karate School Part II album release party was this past Tuesday at Cameo in Williamsburg. If you missed it here’s a quick recap.
The night strated out with an open bar and The London Souls Rocking the crowd. Then Ski Stepped up with the Senseis and killed it. Ski’s special guests were : Cassidy, STS, Najee, Locksmith, Da$h, Tabi Bonney , and McKenzie Eddy.
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The London Souls debuted their self titled album this week, available digitally here. The Wall Street Journal quotes, “ The London Souls’ self-titled debut album builds on roaring chords and flashy solos on guitar, insistent drumming and straight-ahead vocals.” See the full article after the jump.
New Power Trio Muscles Through
The power trio is a rock tradition: the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream in the late 1960s, Rush and Motörhead in the ’70s, and Nirvana, Green Day and Gov’t Mule in the ’90s, among others. Include quartets with a power-trio lineup of guitar, drum and bass at the core, and Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and the Who join the list. The latest addition is the London Souls, a group based here. The trio’s self-titled debut disc, on the Soul on 10 label, arrived this week.
The long awaited release of The London Souls first album will be hitting stores on July 12th.
The trio from NYC have been making the rounds and earning the respect of the live music circuit since the band was created in 2008. The album was produced by Ethan Johns at legendary Abbey Road studio in London.
This trailer uses the song ‘I Think I Like It’ which is also currently featured in an Adidas viral ad starring Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls: youtube.com/watch?v=K1coP1NRIbs
Pick up the 1st issue of Bluroc Magazine at select Adidas Footprint Partners.
Check out a photoshoot at DD172 this past winter for the London Souls and Dynasty Electric, shot by Karin + Raoul’s Hassan Kinley.