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Skobie Won

Skobie Won

Skobie Won


Work Horse isn’t just a moniker, it should be a job title. Combine a massacre of Punk rock, Glitch-hop, and more underground rap than you could fathom, then garnish it with a box of nails, and you’ll find Skobie Won. A producer, a rapper, and an artist all on the same pallet. D.I.Y. from the roots of Connecticut came his angsty and edgy debut album, Autodidact. His current magnum opus, “Bedlam and Squalor”, is sure to be a refined continuation of an ever-evolving artist. Read more on Last.fm
Work Horse isn’t just a moniker, it should be a job title. Combine a massacre of Punk rock, Glitch-hop, and more underground rap than you could fathom, then garnish it with a box of nails, and you’ll find Skobie Won. A producer, a rapper, and an artist all on the same pallet. D.I.Y.

from the roots of Connecticut came his angsty and edgy debut album, Autodidact. His current magnum opus, “Bedlam and Squalor”, is sure to be a refined continuation of an ever-evolving artist. Skobie Won provokes thought, makes you question your morals, and question authority. On stage you can witness the mastery in action…just don’t blink or you could catch an elbow from a raged fan. Skobie Won is influenced by Tom Waits, The Glitch Mob, El-P, Aesop Rock and Sage Francis Skobie Won has preformed in Columbus, OH Cleveland, OH Providence, RI Philadelphia, PA New Haven, CT New London, CT Traverse City, MI Lake Villa, IL Trenton, NJ Newark, NJ Skobie Won has shared the stage with Sage Francis Educated Consumers B.

Dolan The Metermaids Shark Tank The Mizery Crew Blacastan Lief (K)olt Ecid Chumzilla Instrumentation Electric Guitar MPC Keyboard Midi Reason Pro-Tools Ableton Live Discography Solo Work Autodidact EP – 2009 Bedlam & Squalor – 2011 Production / Engineer While You Were Sleeping, by N.M.E. The Illest -2009 Shoot Everything, by Erik Lamb – 2010 Back Ass Playground Bullshit, by Catfish Phillips – 2010 Blow Up Dolls, by Erik Lamb – 2011 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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