Adma’s World Blog

Tuesday is Recycling Day and I Looooove Recycling!!!


Whut the F is the deal!!!  So this week is my last week in academia for a while and thank god, oye I never thought one class could take sooo much time up!  Frankly I can’t believe I have a previous degree at all…the world is funny like that right?  So not too big of a day here in the halodoesntsuck studios; will be adding more content to the Mixes and Jeep Beat Productions pages, adding some interviews later in the week, updating my show archive pages and more whatknots as they appear…before I get into Artist of The Week, I just want to share a song that is AAAAAAmazing, it’s a remix by Switch of Florence & The Machine’s ‘Raise it Up’ and I have been OBSESSED with it as of late (listening to it right now as a matter of fact…it’s just that good).

Now that you have successfully rocked out to the maxxx, let’s get on with the show…Artist of The Week this week is (drumroll pleeeeasee) Invisible Bullies!!! Peep game below and as always BIG SHOUTS to Adam’s World Blog for the content jack…

I first met Idris Tate of Invisible Bullies back in 2007 when he was drumming for Rue Melo and they, along with the rest of the band, were on tour with Lyrics Born. We hung out a couple times after shows and stayed in touch. A few months ago he told me he had just finished up his own project, under the name Invisible Bullies, with bass player Doug Gild. The album, Westworld Volume 1, is a decidedly hip-hop effort, and this week I caught up with the southern California native to find out more about the project, how long it had been in the works, and his reaction when he found out Rue was moving back to France.  For full article check Adam’s World Blog…

Tuesday is Recycling Day and I Looove Recycling!!!


Hey Hey!!!  So crazy weekend; nothing like 45min of sleep in 3 days.  Am I crazy???  YES!!! But just crazy busy that is…well maybe the other too, but that’s unimportant right now.  What is important is, What the Hell???  no Monday mix???  yeaahhh about that, I am just running outta stuff to post so for now so I must go back to the lab and churn out some sub par mixes so I can post them.  Please forgive me…OK, well then just know there will be a new mix posted this week as well as Monday.  Fair enough???  Great!!!  On with the show!!!  Speaking of, my morning show this morning was rather good so take a peep at the archive of it here or check the link below…

Mornings on WPKN w/Jeep Ward Behind the Board & Alyssa B (yeah it’s a mouthful so what?)

OK now Artist of the week this week is a great artist form the frosty midwest of Minneapolis…Dessa!!!  She’s got a new album out and it BANGS…so peep game below.  Thanks as always to Adam;s World Blog for letting me continually jack his site content, Thumbs Up Broznihan!!!

A lifelong Minnesota native, Doomtree emcee Dessa felt a musical influence very early on in life thanks to her Bronx born and raised mother. “My dad, as he tells it, says he found her clapping my hands along with the radio to make sure that I would be able to keep time.” Her mother also encouraged her to ad-lib to the popular songs on the radio. Late last month Dessa revealed the latest fruits of those influences, her official solo debut, A Badly Broken Code. With the sheer variety of music on the album Dessa notes it’s a fairly difficult project to categorize, saying “it’s a bitch of a record to try to put on a planogram.” Also a poet, and published author, Dessa’s artistic accomplishments extend beyond her rhymes and songs. This week I caught up with her to find out more about her work, the biggest musical hurdle she’s encountered as an emcee, and how a run in with a husky, balding, middle-aged man reminded her of the universality of art.  For the full article, check Adam’s World Blog…