Curly Castro

Curly Castro

West Indies. Brooklyn. West Philly. Curly Castro is a son of all three lands, channeling them on his newest album TOSH, an LP inspired by equal parts George Orwell, Spike Lee, and MF Doom.  Island riddims collide with Gotham drums. Cannabis scented bass linea face off with ’80s ghetto blasters bumping Public Enemy and Schooly...
Willie Green

Willie Green

As far as Paul “Willie Green” Womack is concerned, it’s all about the drums. Raised in a musical family, Willie Green got his first drum machine at the age of eight, accompanied by a Casio keyboard and has been making records ever since. By fifteen, Green was part of his uncle’s R&B/Reggae band, playing the...
Henry Canyons

Henry Canyons

LA based rapper, Henry Canyons, transcends your typical boundaries of hip-hop identity. The self-described Brooklinite-French-Jew took to music at a young age; from his training as a jazz saxophonist to his teenage years spent in Brooklyn ciphers, his melodic style and bilingual lyrical integrity reflect a diverse musical background. Canyons left for the West Coast...
ELUCID

ELUCID

Born in Queens and raised in Long Island, longtime Brooklyn resident ELUCID is New York’s best-kept secret. He’s worked with some of indie hip-hop’s most celebrated artists: Open Mike Eagle, Tanya Morgan, J*Davey, Beans from Antipop, milo, billy woods, Busdriver, Small Professor and Rob Sonic, amongst others. He’s put out a few mixtapes and a...