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nobody - And Everything Else....
When Nobody decided it was time to revisit his hip-hop roots, he did so in a big way, The album's last collaboration is also the second installment in the 'La Correccion' production cannon, which is the new teaming of Nobody with Prefuse 73. Already rocking stages world wide as part of Prefuse 73's live show, Nobody features their follow up to La Correccion Exchange on Herren's “Surrounded By Silence” album with "Tori Oshi", a folky banger. Nobody also collaborates with the first MC he had ever done tracks for. Xololanxinco, who along with 2 Mex makes up ‘Of Mexican Descent’, is from the classic Good Life era of MC's that once filled entire underground tapes that Nobody would trade in high school. Forward a few years and the pair meet at Project Blowed, where they began to record tons of 4-track songs that would eventually make it to more underground tapes that would inspire many an indie MC for sure. This album also finds nobody building on psychedelic themes apparent in his last album, yet revisiting his hip-hop roots as heard on his debut “Soulmates” Nobody once again teams up with Mystic Chords of Memory (Chris Gunst of Beachwood Sparks and Jen Cohen of the Aisler's Set) and Farmer Dave Scher (Beachwood Sparks) who delivered the standout track on Pacific Drift, a beat heavy cover of the Monkees' "Porpoise Song". This time, they jump 30 years to cover one of Nobody's favorite 90's anthems, The Flaming Lips' "What is the Light?, a track that was originally intended for use on Ubiquity's Rewind series. Although Nobody remixed two songs on Mia Doi Todd's album ‘The Golden State’, their first original work together appears here with "You Can Know Her," a song comprised of audio from photographer B+'s massively anticipated hip hop documentary “Keepintime”.