Most Chill Slackmob | Elevated: Live From Tahoe City

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Elevated: Live From Tahoe City

by Most Chill Slackmob

Live hip-hop, funk, rap, reggae, freestyle
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. 2nd Second Most Chill SLACKMOB
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2. Twist It Up Most Chill SLACKMOB
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3. Respect 2...Object 2/Funky Enough Most Chill SLACKMOB
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4. You Might Not Know Most Chill SLACKMOB
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5. Just Relax Most Chill SLACKMOB
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6. Deeper Dub Most Chill SLACKMOB
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7. Electro Most Chill SLACKMOB
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8. The Point Most Chill SLACKMOB
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Album Notes
Most Chill Slackmob is a rugged live band that throws down rump-shakin-block-rockin parties. This San Francisco created, now Los Angeles based crew, fuses the influences of hip hop, raw funk and dub to create a universal sound. Most Chill Slackmob is: Road Tested, Truly Dynamic and Always Funky Fresh.

- "Most Chill Slackmob are a professional hip hop
collective who appear to be at the top of their game.
Combining creative instrumentation with solid song
writing and an invigorating live performance, they
could easily tour with some of the biggest names in
the biz..." - Music Connection Magazine

Slackmob has played shows with: Outkast, Burning
Spear, Black Eyed Peas, Zigaboo Modeleste,
Eek-a-Mouse, Rakim, Phil Lesh, Zap Mama, Fishbone and
Blackalicious. Their range of artistic compatibility
is a true compliment to their musical diversity.

- SF Wammie Winner for best hip hop band.

- Selected to Music Connection's 'Hot 100 Unsigned
Bands'

Most Chill Slackmob consists of six musicians: King
Slack - vocals and percussion, Momo - vocals and
harmonica, Da Big Cheese - bass and vocals, Chooch -
Guitar, dj iLL media - turntables and beats, Scottchy
800 - electronic and acoustic drums.

On stage, these musician's come together with one main
objective - keep it flowing. Their impulsive get up
and throw down party knockers can come in the form of
elevated dance grooves or bassy dance hall riddims;
infectious hip hop beats or drum and bass, jazz-funk
odysseys. The result always being: "Every body moves
and nobody gets hurt."

- "From funk beats that would do James Brown proud to
dub work out's that call up Lee 'Scratch'
Perry" - SF Weekly

- "Deep Syrupy Beats" - 4080 Hip Hop Magazine

Most Chill Slackmob has influences from James Brown,
Beastie Boys and The Dead, to Mad Professor, Grand
Master Flash, Public Enemy, WAR and The Rolling
Stones.

It's Cross Pollination; It's a Hip Hop Hybrid. Most
Chill Slackmob is the meshing of styles and influences
to create Urban Mind Expansion. A unique and soulful
feeling that speaks to all kinds.

- "Most Chill Slackmob... rocked the crowd fiercely
with their brand of what they call 'Urban Mind
Expansion'. The show was all about throwing down an
ass-shaking block party that ignored musical and
cultural barriers in the name of unity. For Most Chill
Slackmob, rap's heart is more than just drum machines,
discs and dats." SF Bay Guardian


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