NEW MUSIC: D-Sisive “Alan” (Prod. Arkeologists)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Alan was our first attempt at The D.Ark Tape, though we didn’t have an album title at the time. I kinda feel this was the first The Reunion Tour, though I feel The Reunion Tour is the only The Reunion Tour. Does that make sense?

It always starts with me eating a Subway sub and Norm rolling weed. Then he’ll get up, turn on his machines and pound away on the pads – chopping up a sample. By the time he’s programming the drums, I’m already 10 bars into a verse. That’s the way we’ve always worked. Produced|Written|Recorded on the spot…released the next day.

The file on my computer says this was made on October 31|2011. We met up to knock out a few more songs [Nothing, Mr. Romance] then drifted. In 2013, the assorted cold-cut and rolled kush reunited to create the classic, The D.Ark Tape. And Yes…I called my own shit a classic. I call it that because it’s better than everything. I’ve done that a few times. I’m sure of that. What I’m unsure of is if kids still call weed Kush. Do they?

producer: Arkeologists

mixed: Norman Krates
recorded by Norman Krates in his Den, Toronto, Canada.
twitter|instagram: @DerekChristoff

Previously: NEW MUSIC: D-Sisive “Let The Buzz Begin” (Prod. MoSS)

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