It’s the second EP from the band, released off Cap City Records, a follow-up to The Method.
The group is fronted by David E. Beats, he’s also a part of the songwriting side of the band, alongside bass-player, Cory Lonas, and guitarist, Fernando Martinez. The group is rounded out by drummer, Elder Merchant.
It’s a five-track EP that boasts a lot of 60s-rock riffs, and garage rock behind the vocals of Beats.
Can they save a dying genre that no one seems to care about anymore? They’ve definitely got the potential too. Beats delivers an energy through the tracks suitable for a frontman, he’s got a unique flow and his personality shines through. It makes the group sound different from anything else you’ve heard, making sure they don’t fall by the waste-side. You could call them an inverted Linkin Park, heavier on the rap, a less-gangster Cypress Hill, but either comparison is an indication of talent. The band’s talent comes to the forefront on track number four, “Thats My Ish.”
The track kick-starts with an awesome guitar solo and Beats jumps in on it. Another track worth while is “Stay.”
You sense a lot of hunger in the band, a new energy to the genre.
Here is the tracklist:
3. #Thats My Ish
4. #Sky-High (Produced by AP The Producer)
5.[Bonus] #Yea, I Know F. Lerix
Whether you read the tracklist above or notice it in your iPod, they’ve hashtagged their songs. If you’re still protesting joining the social media site, Twitter, it’s meant for not only your followers but for the rest of the people on the network to see what you’re saying as well.
Touring with bands like Das Racist, appearing on BET and in The Washington Post, they’re well on their way to being heard by the rest of the world.