Tom Blancarte Quartet, Damon Smith, Thomas Helton, Ingebrigt Hker Flaten, Louise Jensen, Ralph White, Plutonium Farmers
ZRO In 1998, Z-Ro released his debut album, Look What You Did to Me. Z-Ro is also a member of the original Screwed Up Click, an assortment of rappers from Houston. He celebrated his 22nd birthday at DJ Screw's house, recording the "Blue 22" tape. All of these things helped to escalate Z-Ros popularity throughout the South and by 2002 his talent and hard work caught the attention of Rap-a-Lots founder and CEO James Prince, who offered him a deal.In 2004, Z-Ro released his critically acclaimed Rap-a-Lot debut titled The Life of Joseph W. McVey. The record was a huge success and helped expand Z-Ros fan base beyond the South. In 2005, Z-Ro released Let the Truth Be Told, which was well received. Z-Ro's 2006 album I'm Still Livin' was released while he was imprisoned for drug possession, to positive reviews. It was called "a great album... powerful" but "relentlessly bleak" by The Village Voice and "one of the best rap albums to come out of Houston" by the Houston Chronicle. In 2010 he released his next album titled Heroin, which was followed by another new album titled Meth in 2011 and then Angel Dust in 2012.In 2013, Z-Ro changed his stage name to The Mo City Don. He released his first EP under The Mo City Don titled Tripolar on August 25, 2013 via One Deep Ent.
Zest of Yore Suspirians Shinta Plutonium Farmers
Sounds Like: Nels Cline Trio, Man Or Astroman?, Deerhoof
Label: Wattage Cottage Records
Bio: Born in the Summer of 2005, Plutonium Farmers began cranking out wild improvisational music in Austin Texas. Slowly but surely over time, songs began to emerge from these improv sessions. Plutonium Farmers have played hundreds of shows all around Texas, and Chicago. Once the sound had been refine...See Full Bio
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