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ApSci

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ApSci: The video @LaMotta from @apsci directed for @lyricsborn, in NME 2009 Awards: http://www.nme.com/awards/video/id/zGs0Q910FLw
posted 6 years ago
ApSci: I sleep a happy man... RT @_cubiczirconia: Yay! Got Josephine final video! Much thanks to Ra & Dana of @apsci for directing and killing it.
posted 6 years ago
ApSci: @_cubiczirconia 45% uploaded
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ApSci: @cubiczirconia 40% uploaded...
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ApSci: Mike Ladd's baby has Crazy Crazy Insane on repeat. I think we need to change our target demographic...
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Best Crisis Ever, the new album from trans-continental ApSci (pronounced APP-sigh), was begun in a Brooklyn apartment overlooking a coffee factory in 2006, and finished in a Sydney apartment by the beach in 2008. While 2005's Thanks For Asking was a collabo-rich hip-hop-electro diary with guests spanning from indie-rap pinch hitters Mr. Lif and Pigeon John to the bandleaders of TV On The Radio and Antibalas, the new record has been executed almost entirely by the duo, Australian-Filipina Dana Diaz-Tutaan and the Irish-Italian, Bronx-born Raphael LaMotta. It's a louder, catchier and more expansive take on ApSci's unique combination of electro, hip-hop and quirky pop, relying heavier on songwriting and a combination of vintage drum machine sounds, synths and guitars. It's equal parts New York bravado and Australian charm, reflecting the respective hometowns of each, and how the duo, despite the nearly opposite lifestyle and pace of the cities, have managed to comfortably straddle both for nearly a decade.
A little history: the late 90s, summertime in New York, Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Rocksteady Reunion, Baby Jupiter were the places that mattered to a devoted scene. Solesides, Com... (+) expand
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txcat82 (level 8) wrote:
Fantastic!!
6 years ago
matuska (level 12) wrote:
i just loooove Crazy Crazy Insane!
6 years ago
musicmissionary (level 32) wrote:
See That kicks major ass.
6 years ago
MuuhdistMonk (level 14) wrote:
Som-an-a-botches! Nice Johnny Dangerously reference!! Great music!
6 years ago
geeman (level 7) wrote:
Any chance of you guys coming to the UK for festival season next year?!
6 years ago
CesarJulius (level 36) wrote:
that's what's up. are you guys still in bk?

btw, please check out my homie sumkid, who has a shitload of great tracks up here. i think you'll like.

-badtouch (VJC/Johnny 23)
6 years ago
CesarJulius (level 36) wrote:
that's funny. i just came across an old mugshot magazine with you guys in it. Jean Grae was on the cover. are you here, or is this your publicist or blogscrape?
6 years ago
gabrielreiko (level 14) wrote:
very cool tracks. congrats!
6 years ago
fraisylady (level 35) wrote:
oops coming back LET'S GO !!!!
6 years ago
fraisylady (level 35) wrote:
not the forst time I appreciate ypur songs. but emotion on this one
LET'S GO !!!!!!
6 years ago
alexyz (level 24) wrote:
wicked.
6 years ago
DuckWithGlasses (level 1) wrote:
OK, I'm a total noob to this, but how do I buy a song? Til the Windows is awesome. I wants it in MP3 right away!
6 years ago
jdHammer (level 1) wrote:
Dana has an amazing Janelle Monae sound, LOVE it !
6 years ago
avogt0516 (level 14) wrote:
Great new song!
You both are so talented :-)
6 years ago
Hadronic (level 25) wrote:
Very cool music! I love your new song
6 years ago
MrCanada (level 24) wrote:
Love it! :)
6 years ago
jtuck3 (level 20) wrote:
Awesome beats and rhymes!
6 years ago
faberex (level 42) wrote:
'Love your music!
6 years ago
dantheman1386 (level 29) wrote:
i don't understand how you're able to jump across and in between genres from song to song... it doesn't make sense that the same group is responsible for "crazy crazy insane," "the dark and bittersweet end," and "let's rip the town up"... and it's all good.
6 years ago
kweinberg (level 34) wrote:
Great Stuff!!!
6 years ago
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