GUILLOTINE CROWNS RELEASE HILLS TO DIE ON 

We are finally here! Guillotine Crowns’ dynamic debut, Hills to Die On, has arrived. Short Fuze and Uncommon Nasa move officially into an era of collaboration as a group/duo. As with their previous work together, Nasa will be providing all of the production, but this time fully participates on the mic as well. Over time Nasa and Fuze were able to build thematic songs over aggressive and innovative production, ranging from inventive boasting to weighted activism. The only thing traditional about this album is that we feel it’s best you hear it AS AN ALBUM. It lays out an evolving pace, ending in a statement baring crescendo. 

They aren’t alone, joined by Chicago’s Jyroscope and SKECH185 as well as Uncommon vets, Tracy Jones, Duke01, Digdug (co-produced a track) and our recently passed and always remembered friend, Gajah. 

The album is available now on all digital streaming services as well as on Bandcamp. We are currently shipping CDs (on both Bandcamp and our Webshop) and taking pre-orders for limited edition Red Splatter vinyl (which will ship in the Fall while they last). 

Don’t forget to follow Guillotine Crowns on Spotify and Instagram and help spread the word. Without you, there is no us. Click the image to purchase.

GUILLOTINE CROWNS' NEW SINGLE DROPPED TODAY, PLUS ALBUM PREORDER IS LIVE  

Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa are Guillotine Crowns and today they released a new single called, Art Dealers. It's in advance of their album, Hills To Die On. The album will be released on Vinyl, CD, digital, plus assorted bundles. The album can be preordered on the Uncommon Records Bandcamp (here). When you preorder the album, you'll get Rebel Crowns & Art Dealers right away. Both songs are also available on Guillotine Crowns Spotify page, so make sure to follow them there as well.

Short Fuze Appears On Uncommon Nasa's New EP, Oculus  

Uncommon Nasa & Messiah Musik are back with a new EP called, Oculus. It's a follow up to the critically acclaimed album, also produced by Messiah Musik, Only Child. The EP includes five brand new songs and the instrumentals. The EP includes cameos from Short Fuze and Pastense. You can get the EP on cassette and digital at the Uncommon Records bandcamp by clicking the image below. Oculus is also available on all DSP's including Spotify and Apple Music.

GUILLOTINE CROWNS' NEW SINGLE DROPPED TODAY, "REBEL CROWNS" 

From uncommonnasa.com:

 

The first Guillotine Crowns single is here! Uncommon Nasa and Short Fuze's new duo, Guillotine Crowns delivers Rebel Crowns. The duo is fully produced by Uncommon Nasa and features both on the mic on their upcoming Hills to Die On LP. 

This being their first single, we want everyone reading this to follow their Spotify page so that you can stay up to date on upcoming singles and the album. You can also DL the single for FREE at our Bandcamp, and pay what you want to DL and stream on the Bandcamp app. The single is available at all streaming services, add it to your playlists.

Masai Bey's Classic, Paper Mache Is Uncommon Restoration's Second 45 RPM 7" Release 

From uncommonnasa.com

Today we are announcing that the second release from Uncommon Restoration is Masai Bey’s classic hidden gem, Paper Mache. Originally released by Definitive Jux, the new 45RPM 7” features EL-P production on both the A & B side. The Beginning, recorded with BMS and Vast Aire, is also featured on this 45. The vinyl is now available for pre-order at both our online shop and at our bandcamp and will be officially released on June 18th. 

The full single (in 20th Anniversary form) will be available digitally for the first time from Uncommon Records on June 18th as well. This single includes the instrumentals to both tracks above, a Masai Bey produced track called Non-Stop and a Live version of Non-Stop from S.O.B.s in 2002. It has been re-mastered for it’s digital release. The digital dl of this can also be pre-ordered at our  bandcamp.

Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa Sit Down And Discuss Uncommon Restoration 

Uncommon Nasa and Short Fuze have begun Uncommon Restoration, a full fledged imprint label of Uncommon Records focusing on 45 RPM 7 Inch Releases. They break down the formation and philosophy of the label in this video and, why they chose Tracy Jones as the first artist to launch the new label.

Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa Partner On A New Label  

Originally posted on uncommonnasa.com

 

Uncommon Records has now begun a 45 RPM imprint label called Uncommon Restoration. Headed by Uncommon Nasa and Short Fuze, the labels goal is to dig in the back crates of Uncommon Records (and beyond) to deliver forgotten masterpieces on a new and incredible format. There was no better place to start then Tracy Jones’ seminal Humancloud Abandonment project. Originally released on Uncommon Records in 2008, in 2021 it returns. It’s now been re-mastered including instrumentals and a new Uncommon Nasa Remix of the title track - re-introduced digitally through all streaming services including Spotify on January 22nd. 

Uncommon Restoration steps in with a limited edition 45RPM 7” single (now available for pre-order) featuring two tracks from the release, d.d.b. b/w the title track of the album, Humancloud Abandonment. At Uncommon Restoration, we believe in second chances and will be granting them to many songs and many artists as we grow this imprint over time. We’re honored to take on this role in this art form and doubly honored to have Tracy Jones to kick this off. Pre-Orders will land at your doorstep on February 12th, only 100 pieces were pressed and slid into crispy orange sleeves.

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