That latter album provided the source material for this remix of “Floodlit,” featured in Skyscraper Magazine’s Technology remix compilation. After the band dissolved, Imaad Wasif formed Alaska with another drummer, Russ Pollard of Sebadoh. Imaad Wasif released his first self-titled solo album in 2006 and has since put out records under his name as well as doing stints with the Yeah, Yeah, Yeah's and Folk Implosion. He is currently working with drummer John Garza on the band Electric Flower.
Brian Girgus continued playing drums in the San Francisco band Track Star and later with Personal and the Pizzas, Nodzzz, and occasionally with the Wooden Shjips. He writes and records and plays shows under the name Si, Claro as well. 2. We all know that one kid who is too rounded to solely hang with the hip-hop heads, whose sneakers are to worn in to pose with the fashionista sneaker heads, and who is known by every pot head and young inspiring musician of every sub culture imaginable in the simulated high school world.
Who most likely ran around with big kids his whole life doing everything your Dad was to bitch to even try. If you don’t know a kid like that then you’d ought to meet Lowercase (born June 6, 1994), into a rebel youth conglomerate made up of a coalescence of grunge, alternative rock & hip-hop. The youngest of the family tree curiously discovered his older sibling’s music collective, which changed his life forever. Influenced by those sent from a higher power to inspire, Lowercase, grew close to the legends of NaS, Black Thought, Common, The Pharcyde and Rza of the Wu-Tang Clan.
To the average listener these were just rappers but they served as father figures to the developing youngster, later influencing him to begin to write his own personal legend. Now the 18 year old rapper, producer, music engineer, and full time student has created his own unadulterated style so un-fathered and honest as to the point if you were part of his story you where bound to be embarrassed because he wasn’t holding nothing back from the truth. If you're too mature and sophisticated to hang out at one of Lowercase’s after school balcony sessions and talk local pussy and where to acid trip next, then just play one of his latest tracks and reminisce on the days when you just didn’t give a fuck! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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