Posts Tagged ‘Atmosphere’

Video: Atmosphere – “Kanye West”

When we premiered Atmosphere’s new single “Kanye West,” Slug explained that he “wanted to write a song about loving something so much that you submit to the moment.” This idea is brought to life in the... Read more »

Premiere: Atmosphere – “Kanye West”

A lot has happened in hip-hop since Atmosphere dropped Overcast in 1997. Kanye West went from obscure Chicago producer to celebrity superstar. Rhymesayers grew into one of the most important independent labels in hip-hop history. Yung Lean... Read more »

Atmosphere Announces New Album, Shares New Track “Bitter”

Just a few weeks after surprising fans with a music video for “Bob Seger,” Atmosphere has announced plans for an eighth studio album. It’s called Southsiders, and the tracklist is full of intriguing titles like “Kanye... Read more »

Video: Atmosphere – “Bob Seger”

Atmosphere‘s Welcome To MN tour kicks off today, and to mark the occasion they deliver a new video for “Bob Seger,” that one-off track they dropped back in July after proclaiming themselves “the Bob Seger of... Read more »

Atmosphere ft. DeM AtlaS, Joe Horton & Toki Wright – “Color In The Snow”

Rumors were swirling about some new material from Atmosphere, and it looks like that, thankfully for Atmosphere fans, they’ve come into fruition. “Color In The Snow” features DeM AtlaS, Joe Horton, Toki Wright, and of course,... Read more »

The 25 Best Atmosphere Songs

When discussing independent hip-hop in the late 1990s and 2000s, Minnesota's Atmosphere undoubtedly makes the shortlist as one of the most influential, important groups of the era. With their catalog–a discography rife with emotional honesty, self-deprecating... Read more »

Atmosphere – “Bob Seger”

@Flexibis lol. we are the bob seger of underground rap. — atmosphere (@atmosphere) June 6, 2013   The above Twitter exchanged went down about a month ago; while we’re not sure if that’s what sparked this... Read more »

Video: Atmosphere – “Ain’t Nobody”

Better late than never, right? Atmosphere revisits The Family Sign for a new set of visuals. Earlier today Mass Appeal premiered the fan created music video for “Ain’t Nobody” off of their 2011 The Family Sign... Read more »

The Week on Twitter with Atmosphere, Flosstradamus, and Tanlines

This week on Twitter Disclosure responds to will.i.am and Justin Bieber’s new song, artists send their love to AraabMuzik, and Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste reminds us of a very important day coming up. Here is the week on... Read more »

Slug (of Atmosphere), Mally, Mike the Martyr, and Haphduzn – “Shameless”

Ever-supportive of the Minnesota independent hip-hop scene he helped mold, Atmosphere‘s Slug jumps on a new track with fellow Minnesotans Mally, Mike the Martyr, and Haphduzn. Over shifting, orchestral production, the foursome celebrate the Twin Cities... Read more »

Atmosphere Announces Fall Tour Dates

Atmosphere always goes hard with the touring, and this year has been another busy one. After hitting the 2012 festival circuit, Atmosphere will be keeping it moving with their final North American tour of 2012. Check... Read more »

P&P’s Gov Ball 2012 Coverage Extravaganza

By Confusion & Jon Tanners In New York City, stress exudes from seas of bodies like steam from a boiling pot. Simple tasks like grocery shopping after work can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, and if... Read more »

The 30 Best Underground Hip-Hop Albums

By Confusion & Jon Tanners Underground hip-hop doesn’t exist anymore, at least not like it used to. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what happened, but some time right around when indie rock became a genre instead of an indication... Read more »

Video: Atmosphere – “Became”

Atmosphere isn’t your typical rap duo, so why settle for a typical rap video? They never have, and they continue the creativity with this one. From October 2011 to January 2012 a music video was collaboratively... Read more »

Unreleased: Aesop Rock, Eyedea, and Slug – “Thorns”

RIP Eyedea. If you were ever an underground hip-hop head, this is a gem. This is Aesop Rock, Eyedea, and Slug, rapping on a Blockhead beat in about 1999 or 2000. Huge shout to Despot for... Read more »