Danny Brown

 
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Put some clothes on that ass

Most trained record-scavenging machines out there only need a big fat ATM withdrawal before a Beat Swap Meet. They’ll usually get coffee and a muffin too, time permitting.

July 26th, 2012 | Logan Melissa | Guest Blog
Wax Poetics Issue 51 - Nas

Wax Poetics Issue 51 (Nas)

Wax Poetics 51—another all-hip-hop issue—features cover stories on microphone icon Nas, Detroit rapper Danny Brown, No Limit Records production team Beats by the Pound, and Ishmael Butler’s new project, Shabazz Palaces.

June 1st, 2012 | Wax Poetics | Wax Poetics Magazine
Logan Melissa

You got a 100 50 20 10 dollar bill, put your hands up

Stanley was from Philly and had great facial hair, just like Freeway. He was also famous for playing the double bass, which, as someone with a license plate that says “MORE808,” is a phrase that makes my blood pump faster. DOUBLE BASS. This is like saying double small-of-my-back caressing or double piles of $100 bills to me.

May 4th, 2012 | Logan Melissa | Guest Blog
Tied by 12

Tied by 12

Buddy Miles was from Nebraska but spent much of his music career in Chicago. The Time are Minnesotans. Delicate, thin-skinned California female that I am, catch me NOT being in any of these locations during the winter, thank you. It’s a frigid 58 degrees on this Los Angeles evening; I need to be wrapped in a blanket and held close.

April 25th, 2012 | Logan Melissa | Guest Blog
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Wax Poetics Radio 05

Egon at Now Again Records talks about Kourosh Yaghmaei and the collection Back From the Brink: Pre-Revolution Psychedelic Rock From Iran: 1973-1979

February 29th, 2012 | Wax Poetics | Playlists

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