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Tech Out the Dresser 14: 2 dope mixtapes (Juicy J + Lex Luger / Joey Bada$$)

July 17, 2012

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By now most of you have probably heard of 17-year-old Joey Bada$$ and his crew, Pro (for progressive) Era, a pretty deep group of rappers/producers/artists/whatever. Anyway, they’re super young and super good. Joey B generally steals the show over a slew of boom-bap beats that include tunes from Lord Finesse, DOOM and Knxwledge, although Capital […]

Dowsing – ‘It’s Still Pretty Terrible’

July 16, 2012

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This came out ages ago, but after a quick search on the net, barely anyone seems to have posted about it so figured I may as well upload it.  Dowsing are a 5 piece pop/emo band signed to one of my favorite labels Count Your Lucky Stars.  Their previous effort ‘All I Could Find Was You’ was solid, […]

The Smith Street Band – ‘I Want Friends’

July 13, 2012

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So it’s been far too long, and I owe D, T and the few Sunny Cellars readers who have stuck around a massive apology.  But, as of today, I feel confident saying that i’m back posting on a fairly regular basis.  All the complications with file hosting, and the deleting of all our files outweighed […]

Sex Cult – ‘Errand Boy’ 7″

July 12, 2012

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  Despite its radicality, the major pitfall in calling your band Sex Cult is the fact that, regardless of what you do, the music will never, ever top the name. And so it was with a heavy heart that I first started listening to the eponymous track off their Errand Boy 7″, only to be met with […]

The Spread Eagles – Discography

July 7, 2012

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So yeah, the stagnation of Sunny Cellars continues. June of 2012 was, since we first started, our first month without a single post to its name :C … This whole blog thing has become quite the strain ever since that Kim Dotcom/Megaupload business went down. Anyway, I can hardly think of a better way to […]

Tech Out the Dresser 13: JUK∑ TILL U PUK∑ (juke/footwork mix)

July 6, 2012

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I’m not gonna start with any bullshit like “Teklife is the FUTURE of dance music” or anything like that, but I will say that this is some progressive-ass shit that, for some reason, even a lot of Londoners (yeah, now you know where I live) don’t really seem to be hip to. I was expecting […]