Urbindex brings an electronic tinge to Girl Talk & Freeway’s bombastic single “Tolerated” featuring Waka Flocka Flame.
Following his 2013 debut EP Symmetrics B on the legendary Schematic Records, Urbindex returns with his first full length LP, Walsh, via his newly established label Alloy-X.
“club-ready but with an introspective edge.”
-Derek Staples, TheFrontliner.com
Walsh comes as an extrapolation of the current trends in electronic and hip hop music. In June of 2013, Musarra quarantined himself in a cottage in the hills of Ireland with a just a laptop and an iPhone. These tracks emerged from raw iPhone recordings of everything from bottle caps to airplane seatbelts to Irish talk-radio. Musarra meticulously splices and mangles these samples into soundscapes that are as thought provoking as they are aggressive. These instrumentals paired with his esoteric, yet steezed out rap style, makes for an unpredictable and engaging group of tracks.
Walsh comes complete with a glitchy, hallucinogenic music video for the single “30k” directed by the acclaimed J.R Saint:
Walsh on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/walsh/id875988060
The acclaimed beat collective, STHWST has just released it’s first compilation album and there are some heavy hitters on the roster. Urbindex drops a new facemelter on this compilation along with the likes of JNTHN STEIN, Hokes (Alloy-X stand up!), Skepp & Hawk, and more.
Check out Urbindex’s track “Stacy” here:
Stream and Download the whole compilation here:
The voting for Scene Magazine‘s annual music awards has begun!
In the category of Best Electronic Act, Alloy-X’s own Urbindex has been nominated!
Cast your vote now via the link below:
As you may know, I released an EP back in February titled Symmetrics B via my label Alloy-X.
A lot has happened since that release and I’m excited to announce that it was just re-released by the legendary Schematic Records.
Available via Schematic’s Bandcamp: http://schematicmusiccompany.bandcamp.com/album/symmetrics-b
Available via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/symmetrics-b-ep/id659531216
And also available via Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Symmetrics-B/dp/B00D9ENH3Q/ref=sr_shvl_album_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370706302&sr=301-1
The eclectic beat collective known as Team Supreme releases a new beat tape every week. I have been following them for several months now and I am always impressed with their output. For their 59th edition, they allowed the public to submit as well. They picked their favorites and made a heavy mix. I was fortunate enough to be on it among several other dope producers. Anyway, listen and download here:
I also uploaded my track separately for free download if you would like:
Yesterday I released my new instrumental EP “Symmetrics B” via Alloy-X and I couldn’t be happier. I would describe this project as experimental electronic, formatted to smash the club.
These 6 tracks went through 7 or 8 months of intense development. This is the first project that I have ever released that I am truly proud of.
Dating back all the way to the days before I was even Urbindex, I’ve had an insatiable interest in starting a record label or collective. But until pretty recently, I didn’t have the proper resources or experience to effectively execute such a task. Well, I think its about time.
Introducing Alloy X:
An Alloy is a substance composed of several different metals. Alloy X applies that definition to music; an eclectic mixture of creative works. Alloy X was founded by me (Urbindex) and Luke Spry in September of 2012 and officially launched in January of 2013 with the intention of providing a platform for various talented artists to present their work without being overshadowed by the often aimless nature of the internet.
No egos, No fabrication, just art and music that is worthy of your attention.
Let the games begin.
Hit up our newly launched website and check out our releases! Alloy-X.com
So yesterday I dropped a new music video for the track I did with my dude Hazey Dope…
We heard the beat, “Bugg’n” by TNGHT (Hudson Mohawke & Lunice) a few weeks ago and immediately knew we had to write to it…
We then saw that XV had done a song over it on his latest mixtape, but he didn’t really do it justice so we weren’t worried about it. So we recorded the song and shot the video.
THEN we saw that Asher Roth released a song using the same beat on the 4th of July… So we knew we had to move quickly. I finished the video editing and released on the 5th to make sure everyone knows we aren’t jocking. Asher is the man though.
anyway, check out this video…
FREE DOWNLOAD HERE: http://soundcloud.com/urbindex/hazey-dope-urbindex-outy-5000
Produced by TNGHT
Video shot by: Erroll Haymon
Directed by: Connor Musarra & Erroll Haymon
Edited by: Connor Musarra