From The Planet of the Shapes (1997) and Know Future to their most recent release Shapeshifters Was Here (2005) on the Cornerstone R.A.S. label, Radioinactive has been a core member of the Shapeshifters. Radio's distinctive delivery and humor first charmed the hearts and pens of the hip hop press with the song "Farmer's Market of the Beast" on the now classic Beneath the Surface (1998) compilation, where he rapped like a goat. He joined the Mush Records roster and released Pyramidi (2001), his first solo record; The Weather (2003), a collaboration with long-time co-conspirator-in-rhyme Busdriver (Ninja Tune, Epitaph) & Daedelus; and Free Kamal (2004) with producer Antimc. Now with the gifts of analog-mafia-funded Los Angeles label Stranger Touch Records on his latest album, Soundtrack To A Book, Radioinactive transcends his impressive credentials and delivers a hook-heavy catharsis of post-ironic hipster hop. 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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