El-P signs to Fat Possum, released a new song for Adult Swim, played in Company Flow @ Santos (pics)
photos by Brook Bobbins, words by BBG
Company Flow @ Santos
Brooklyn MC El-P has released a new “censored mix” of a new song, “Drones Over Brooklyn” for Adult Swim. No word on if the track, currently downloadable below or via the Adult Swim site, will appear on El-P’s new LP Cancer for Cure due on Fat Possum next year. El-P is now labelmates with Mellowhype, Yuck, The Smith Westerns, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, AA Bondy and many more.
El-P (and collaborator Trent Reznor) also recently provided the soundtrack to a gang of methheads in Jessie Pinkman’s apartment on AMC’s Breaking Bad, as the sound of smoking blue rocks were drowned out by “Flyentology” from I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead.
El-P was supposed to play Terminal 5 with the Streets tonight (8/12), but it was cancelled. However, he and his former crew, Company Flow, reunited at Santos Party House on July 16th with fellow unsung NYC crew The Juggaknots. The sold-out show featured full sets from both, as well as a collaboration between Breezy Brewin of Juggaknots and Company Flow to perform the classic Indelible MC’s track “The Fire In Which You Burn”. Belated pictures from Santos and “Drones over Brooklyn” below.