Like most rap artists signed to WEA and its branches (Omniscience, Juggaknots, Deda, INI, Supernatural, Agallah, Lin Que, KMD, Ador, Coz… who else ?) in 1994/95, Ill Biskits dropped a couple of 12″ before their album got shelved for 13 years. Their 15 minutes of fame included a few interviews like this one, from Seattle magzine Flavor in september 1995.
Tony Tone from the group Style in an interview from L.A. fanzine Straight From The Lip in march 1994.
Style : What A Brother Know
Review of the long forgotten Streetwise album by J Rock, better known as that-guy-who-worked-with-Premo-before-anybody-else-care. Soon to be reissued by the good folks at Traffic.
J Rock : Neighborhood Drug Dealer (DJ Premier remix) (DivShare)
Underground favorites Legion Of Dume appeared in The Source in the Unsigned Hype column of may 1992. Funny thing is that (according to Jaz, Matty C aka Matt Life was a member of the group ! I guess nepotism has always been the norm in the mag.
A Review of Ten Thieves’s single It Don’t Matter from the april 1995 issue of The Source.
Ten Thieves : It Don’t Matter
Uncredited review of Shorty Long’s 12″ from The Source of novem ber 1994.
Shorty Long : Shorty’s Doin His Own Thang