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By John Doe on September 16, 2010
This is the self titled single from ‘I Get Lifted’ the 2nd full length album from The Green Brothers set for release later this month. The Green Brothers have been featured in publications such as Hightimes, Skunk, O.K.Player, The Other Paper, Melt Magazine, and more. They have enjoyed multiple plays on John Doe Radio and NORML Show LIVE. And have performed shows with the likes of Devin the Dude, Brother Ali, Illogic, Glue, Dave Nada, Slick Rick and many other accomplished names in the Hip Hop culture. As with most aspiring artists The Green Brothers want to take their trade to the highest rung on the ladder. Touring and continuing to spit out great tunes seems to be a solid and enjoyed focus for them.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on August 26, 2010
LEAP Speaker MacKenzie Allen, former King County Deputy Sheriff, on working the streets in the Drug War; Rant: More on Anti-Prop 19 comments; music by The Literates.
By John Doe on August 26, 2010
The Literates are a hip-hop group from Los Angeles, California. They are known for hard beats, raw lyrics and a live show guaranteed to have anyone leaving the venue wanting more. They have performed with acts like Cypress Hill, KRS ONE, Shape Shifters, The Germs, and countless others. The Literates have acquired a large selection of listeners ranging from your average B-boy and Girl, to Punk, and Rock and Metal fans.
By John Doe on August 12, 2010
Jedi Mind Tricks have been around since 1996, and have six studio albums with a seventh coming out next year called ‘Violence Begets Violence’. The trio Vinny Paz, Stoop The Enemy of Mankind, and Jus Allah founded the group when they were in High School. Originally from Philidelpha, Pennsylvania and New Jersey the group now tours the world with their great tunes. This weeks tune is called ‘Trail of Lies’.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on August 12, 2010
Former Oklahoma sheriff Dwayne Sessoms from LEAP says “rehabilitate, don’t incarcerate” drug users; forming a NORML chapter; music by Jedi Mind Tricks.
By Cannabis Karri on August 9, 2010
Legendary Jazz musicians, Charlie “Bird” Parker and Dizzy Gillespie team up in one of the most influential jazz standards written. Dizzy Gillespie wrote the song, “Groovin’ High” and this performance features Charlie Parker playing with Gillespie’s band, Rebop Six. It also features well known bassist, Ray Brown and vibraphonist, Milt Jackson. This song is one of the best examples of Bebop, with the classic bebop combo of saxophone, trumpet, bass, drums and piano.
By John Doe on August 5, 2010
Some of Humboldt County’s finest with a mix of flavor from Missouri. Potluck and Tech N9ne join us this week to throw down. T s many of you know has been around for a while and is one of the most successful, if not the most successful underground rap artist ever. His raps with blinding speed send some peoples heads into a spin, but to others its the perfect mix of smooth and hardcore all in one. Southern swang is also something else that comes through with Techa Nina added to this song. Then, add one of the best toke session acts to the party and you have a truly popn song. Potluck is signed on The Kottonmouth Kings label, Subnoize Records and as their name hints to, they are all about the greens.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 29, 2010
Filmmaker Bob Ray on tour with CrashCamFilms.com; Tere Joyce and Prop-19 consultant Lynnette Shaw on legalization; music by Indubious.
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By John Doe on July 29, 2010
Best Reggae was won by an act called Indubious. The song is called ‘Ganja Weed’. Self proclaimed West Coast Reggae Funk Pioneers, the tunes that kick out from this group are nothing less than funky. And. I quote from their band description here: “Rising up out out of the fertile soil of Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley, the group of Intergalatic Reggae Revolutionaries known as Indubious come straight from the heavens above to spread the word of love and light through their epic sound.”
So enjoy this tune, and think of other places where intergalactic beings are enjoying, well… Intergalactic Reggae.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 22, 2010
Neill Franklin, head of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, on changing police attitudes toward marijuana; Radical Rant on J. Craig Canada’s objections to Prop-19; music by Ground Up.