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Monday, November 1, 2010

XoC - Compendium of Knowledge

Compendium of Knowledge 



Where should I start on this one? I'd rather skip the rambling spoken word intro simply because of the stumbly nature of some of the poetry, but it does lead in very well to the track Compendium of Knowledge. The beats are mixed with the vocals very well, and the guest rappers throuhout the album gives a good balance of styles that make nerdcore the unique genre it is. The variance of styles in the background beats helps relieve the "monotony" that most people can't avoid in a full album, very well played XoC :) . The lyrical content shifts over an array of topics from daily life and loathing work, to sexual "stage fright", the big brother nature of google, and the internet in general and the government "decideing we no longer need the internet" and banning it, by penalty of death.




Has an excellent replay value, and I will definantly be keeping my eye out for XoC in the future. 


Track listing:

1- The Rambling Spoken Word Intro
2 - Compendium of Knowledge
3 - A Day in the Life feat Fritz Charleston
4 - All Falls
5 - Internet is Watching feat Milk+, Bun-Z and a cadre of help from RT peeps
6 - No Nookie
7 - Telephone Skit (Ex-Girlfriend)
8 - Mean Girls feat Fritz Charleston and Bun-Z
9 - Wordcore Wordplay
10 - 1786 in Canada feat Rappy McRapperson
11 - Telephone Skit (Asswipe Friend)
12 - Long Lonely Journey
13 - Issues 

Sunday, October 31, 2010

After a short hiatus,

Nilla is back!

Sorry for the wait guys, had a busy last month or so and was unable to devote my time here, but I will be back posting regularly as soon as I can.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Alt + F4 My Life - Untested Methods

Alt+F4 My Life
Untested Methods
Also featuring: Karmageddon and Gl1tch.

Describing this album is a tough task. Imagine a world where there are living, breathing 8 Bit Nintendos walking around. Now imagine what those Nintendos listen to on their college radio stations. It’s one-third that. Some of those Nintendos are in the back of a hard rock concert, making out (probably by blowing in each other’s cartridge slots). That’s another third of the sound. The last third of the vibe resembles a lonely, heartbroken Nintendo laying on its bedroom floor with headphones on, listening to songs of love while wishing they had someone that felt the same way. Alt+F4 My Life is electronic in nature, but ends up being composed of many different genres. The oldschool synth-band-style Pop crooning mixed with Rock and Hip Hop cadences is truly a standout presence, and with all of the references to geek culture and emotional songs straight from the heart, this album is guaranteed to speak to you on some if not all levels.

01 – Fathom the Stars
02 – RAT 21 POW 20
03 – First Edition
04 – I DONT HAS PASSWORD (a Blue Bomber’s Lament)
05 – Tabletop Nerds
06 – (The Internet is) So Dramatic!
07 – Hold Your Head Down (feat. Karmageddon)
08 – It Won’t Be the Same
09 – Killing Fields
10 – Nervous (feat. Gl1tch)
11 – Move Out
12 – Legacy of 1989
13 – Arcade

All tracks were written, recorded, produced, and mixed by Untested Methods in his home studio, with the exception of guest verses by Karmageddon and Gl1tch.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Rappy McRapperson & MC Wreckshin - The 2nd Best Mixtape Ever

The 2nd Best Mixtape Ever
Rappy McRapperson and MC Wreckshin
Released online September 2010
Let’s just start this off by saying you are totally not ready for what lies inside this download. Long time nerdcore rappers (As heard on some of the first RhymeTorrents released mixtaxpes) Rappy McRapperson and MC Wreckshin are at it again! Rappy McRapperson, the internet famous goofball gangsta that wears only the freshest backpacks has combined forces with MC Wreckshin, large-bearded frontman of Orlando’s top Nerdcore presence, Emergency Pizza Party. The result? Complete and total rap star anarchy sure to make you remember all of the goofy and glorious splendor the internet has to offer. You can swim in some money like Scrooge McDuck, run from your lives from robotic pandas, hustle hard to take care of your nails, and even learn how to properly blow dudes. Prepare to laugh your ass off for this whole release… But at the same time, you’ll catch yourself dancing, singing along, and bobbing your head! Is this comedy Hip Hop, or an honest take on how ridiculous rap has really gotten over the years? 

You be the judge.

01 – Super Intro
02 – Swimming In the Money
03 – Show Me How to Blow Dudes
04 – Robotic Pandas
05 – Double Rainbow
06 – Cool Story, Bro
07 – Modeling and Dancing In Space
08 – The Ice – Fire Connection
09 – Hustle Hard for Manicures and Pedicures
10 – Mediocre Outro

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Id Obelus - The Jabberbox

Id Obelus

Id Obelus, the self proclaimed rap nerd, is back with his homage to "collage rap". The hit single "I love rap", which was featured in the ipod touch game "B-Boy Hits. the Jabberbox features an all star cast of m.c.’s, producers, dj’s, and everyday good people who assist Id Obelus in creating a mixtape style album of raw rap music unlike you’ve ever heard. (feat. DJ Bizkid, Ace Ha, Selfhelp, Nomar Slevik, A.C.E.O.N.E., N-AFEK, Richard Cook, and many more)". The album has a wicked flow, as well as "potty humor", bizarre thoughts, and at times, and intellectual juxtaposition, and overwhelming since of irony and sarcasm.

Two thumbs up on my end here

The video is a shitty live recording, but the lyrics come through well

Id Obelus - I love Rap (live)

Friday, September 24, 2010

YTCracker and Hairetsu - ______ every day

warning: this is a mixtape aka it isn't very refined and you'll probably hate it.
on the plus side, it definitely goes back to the guerilla roots of spamtec.

YTCracker & Hairetsu

Here's something from a little farther back. 
It's my boy YTcrack, download his album and peep his tracks
This one aint the best, better than the rest
so click on the album and put it to the test

Nuff said

Track List
1. I am so Fucked up
2. Life is an inbox
3. Warm up
4. All I do is win (youtube video below)
5. How Low
6. Spam
7. I made it
8. I'm a spammer
9. Whatever
10. Out here grindin
11. Where we standing
12. Issac Kneeton
13. That's the homie
14. Come around
15. Natural Born Spammuhz

All I do is Win (personal favorite)

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Bazuuka Joe - The Red Pill

Click art to Download free album
At last… the long anticipated album from Nerdcore Hip-Hop sensation Bazuuka Joe has been released!! This free full length LP features 13 BRAND NEW tracks!
Part autobiography, partly based on the geeked out mythos behind the popular “Matrix” film franchise… this album delivers and will satisfy both the Nerdcore and Hip-Hop fans alike.
Painstakingly mixed and mastered by the HT of EMPulse Records, this album features many original, one of a kind beats from the brilliant crew at Black Contingency Productions!
What are the critics saying about The Red Pill?

“Joe not only raps well, but writes with genuine insight and conviction. Whether he’s channeling his inner fanboy or pondering his culture, Bazuuka Joe does it with both power and finesse… I find myself in the fortunate position of being a brand new Bazuuka Joe convert just waiting for more. Take The Red Pill when it drops… to see what I mean.” – Z., Hipster, Please!

 (running time 48:07)
1. The Choice…
2. 24-A-Pop Revisited (ft. The Ranger and Fatty Goodness)
3. The Red Pill
4. Come Equipped (ft. KPX)
5. Revenge
6. Zion, Hear Me!
7. The Last Human City (ft. Chris Williams)
8. Keep Flyyin’ (ft. Jod1)
9. Built 4 This
10. DarkSideClassic
11. Wreckless (ft. A-Dub)
12. To The Fullest (ft Deafinition)
13. The Gong Show
Are you willing to take a chance? Choose The Red Pill now…

Ill Ron Hubbard EP

(Click to download, Zipped for Convenience)
Running time: 31:58

Also featuring: Fatty Goodness and Billy the Fridge.

This EP represents the salvaged debris that was left after Kabuto’s first attempt at an album was devastated by not one, but TWO catastrophic hard drive failures. What was recovered in the aftermath is a volley of fresh verses, catchy cuts, surprising samples, a few great guest verses, and more of that poisonous Python flavor you’ve been craving.

Kabuto has improved his rap game considerably since the Parseltongue mixtape, and this offering tackles subjects including his personal history, Star Wars, and politics… all with his signature annoying and acerbic style.

01 – Be Prepared
02 – Origin Story
03 – Rap Loogies (feat. Fatty Goodness)
04 – Reference Desk
05 – MF MOOB (skit)
06 – Swaggerjacking
07 – Reggaeton Song
08 – Blue Harvest (feat. Billy the Fridge)
09 – American Song
10 – What It Do
11 – Ill Ron Hubbard

Fatty Goodness and Billy the Fridge for the bars, Poopy for the high standards, Hatter and the Scrubs for aiding and abetting, Piyu for believing, and Epic for hating.


All tracks were produced by Kasparov the Beat Czar, mixed and mastered by K. Von Python in his intergalactic base studio, and features vocals by Kabuto The Python. That is, except for the following:

“Rap Loogies” also has vocals from Fatty Goodness, recorded at Fatty’s home studio.

“MF MOOB” (skit) was produced by Danger Mouse.

“Swaggerjacking” was produced by T-Ray.

“Blue Harvest” also has vocals from Billy the Fridge, recorded at Billy’s home studio.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Today I had a wonderful run in with the social services department in my county of jurisdiction, and let me tell you, I've had better experiences being nailed in the sack by a toddler.

I went up to the desk to set an appointment, and the lady keeps talking to her friend, ignoring me. Then she tells me to go sit and wait.

Quite pissed off, i went outside for a smoke and went back into the office, where I continue to wait for the next hour. Everyone gets called upon and I'm the only fucker left in the room when I go to ask her for an explanation she tells me I never checked in in the first place.

This bureaucractic bullshit is going to strangle our society. +1 impoverished ex-student, with loans for a bullshit education I wasn't able to get.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

YTCracker - (Legend of Zelda Dubstep Remix) The Link

Enjoy the nerdiness, you know you want to!

Single from my man, YTcrack's newest album "Space Mission"
Next updates will include Bazuuka Joe's Red Pill EP, plus the latest in nerdcore news.

Chilla Jones Is the Juggernaut, BITCH!

Chilla Jones - The Juggernaut (Mixed By DJ 2Thirteen)

The intro threw me off a bit at first, but after it got going I warmed up to the style. To my surprise as the album continued, I began to notice the familiar stylings similar to Mr. Mathers. Yet, It was original, and not a carbon copy, so there is no need for the REAL slim shady to stand up (sit your ass down Marshall). Then ever so quickly it switched up to something more along the lines of the ranger but still unique. The Marshall styling only becomes more apparent in the end of “I’m Back Freestyle� with the Eminem sample. “Let You Down� Has an epic feel to it that reminds me more of the mainstream sound that so many have fallen in love with. Then right after is a throw down with “Mash Up� that left me wanting more. Stop & Go is my type of hip hop. A simple hook, exceptional verses, and good rhyme scheme certainly comes together VERY well to create one ill track. Overall, my favorite track has to be Psycho, reminds me of Eminem in both the beat and lyrical content.

In short, this album is made up of the kind of stuff that successful singles are made of, Auto-tune, catchy hooks, and an easy to identify sound.

To elaborate; Chilla has a nice emotion behind his rhymes that sets them apart from most amateur rappers that reminds me of the freestyling in the neighborhoods I used to live near when I was younger, and I have always had admiration for them, but, this album isn’t really nerdcore, it’s more like a mix between nerdcore and modern gangsta. The audio quality is very high; the tracks were gapless and the album seamlessly went from song to song. It was almost exceptional except for that ever annoying yet ever present “DJ2THIRTEEN!� in the background going right over the lyrics that reminds me of a bad mp3 download of more commercial rap. I liked the sound clip at the beginning of “I don’t give a fuck�, but I do wish it was a little longer, like a skit or story, Just something to help break up the monotony of the music. While the music was very varied in style I found it still melted together like a metal album, with no break from start to end (with exception to any “hidden� tracks). I enjoyed this album very much, all of the songs are great to exceptional, but I wish they were delivered just a little bit better.


I'd burn a couple copies to give out to people, it has the potential of being a personal all time favorite

Keep up the originality, good job, and I'm looking forward to your next albums/ projects in the future Chilla Jones and 2Thirteen.

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