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Gary Campbell

Seattle, Washington
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Passionate about the Seattle hip hop scene. Adventurer, inventor, pottery artist, conceptual designer. Travel. Sunsets. Based in Seattle.
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  1. TRUNK
    by SLEEP STEADY
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    MOSH PIT MOSH PIT
  2. potato
    by J'Von
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    lil' dirt puppy lil' dirt puppy
  3. Studies
    by Dil Withers
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  4. Watercolor
    by Porter Ray
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    Sacred Geometry [Constellation Mix] (feat. The Palaceer of Shabazz Palaces and Cashtro) Sacred Geometry [Constellation Mix] (feat. The Palaceer of Shabazz Palaces and Cashtro)
  5. Goretex and Wool
    by Diogenes
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    what love (will do) what love (will do)
    Opening with samples from Seattle weather reports and the sound of torrential deluge, "Goretex and Wool" serves as an ideal soundtrack for PNW winter. This beat tape slowly builds up layers of samples and drums and then adds wintertime environmental sounds, and then, equally slowly, peels those layers away again, especially effective on a song like "what love (will do)" that is more than once overtaken by downpour.
  6. Lucid
    by Kazadi
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    The Tale of 4 Women The Tale of 4 Women
    It's all about the drums on "Lucid." As he says in the first track, he's got them on cruise control: simple, stripped-down, repetitive, hypnotic... but here and there, the tiniest changes speak volumes. The way the beats come apart in "Falling" or in "The Tale of 4 Women" when you'll find yourself transfixed, like a deer in headlights as the beats move in directions you never thought possible and then guitars crash down all around.
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  7. Origin Story
    by kublakai
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    Mixed Messages feat. Mario & Malice Sweet Mixed Messages feat. Mario & Malice Sweet
    "Origin Story" is an upbeat EP, full of compelling vignettes. "Full Circle" underscores with piano the tale of being discovered, the long road to fame, and the importance of paying it forward. "Thir13en," tells of coming of age against a backdrop of bizarro sounds, concluding with hidden acapella number, "I Am Free." In "Mixed Messages," he ponders his biracial upbringing, while backup singers chant "You're beautiful." Sweet and inspirational, this EP is 27 effortless minutes of musical joy.
  8. Black Trash/White House
    by Guayaba
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    Casa Blanca Casa Blanca
    The first track off of "Black Trash/White House" ends with this beautiful statement of truth: "I promise that I'm honest, and I promise I'm sincere, and I'm fucked up in the head and I am fat and I am queer, and I am poor and black and may even be ugly, but I'm here." There's a bit of Nikki Minaj in her multiple personality rapping style, used to full effect on songs like "Brown Recluse." This record concludes with "Paloma," an unexpectedly sweet, soft acoustic guitar ballad.
  9. A Million Ways To Live
    by Estevan Rodrigo
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    Get Through The Day Get Through The Day
    "A Million Ways To Live" opens with upbeat, late-afternoon, chill-out, sun-setting rap, where you can let your mind wander as the sky changes colors. From the earth-shaking deep pianos on "Money Makes A Good Man" to the irregular, inventive, evolving beat of "PWK" there's much to explore and be lost in here. The verses are mixed low and float, adding texture. And the backing vocal loop on "Like A Photograph" is simply divine, as are the unexplained animal coos throughout the instrumental closer.
  10. My Shadow
    by J-Steez
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    Four Leaf Clover Four Leaf Clover
    "My Shadow" starts out raw, as punch-in-the-face, rock rap. Listening to the first track, you'll want to buy a Camero and crank the volume to 11. But there's also something cathartic here, with songs like "Goin' Under" hypnotically wringing a wet towel over and over again, or the tick-tick end of "We Will Not Stop." Mr. J-Steez is a master of the slow-fast-slow and slides into the romantic numbers towards latter tracks.
  11. School Days (The First Quarter) (The 4track Prerelease)
    by MrJonze
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    SmashMouthMuzic (feat. Ike James) SmashMouthMuzic (feat. Ike James)
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