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  • Whoa is Him
  • Whoa is Him

    Seattle rapper Grieves still has a voice, and it's only going to get bigger
  • Backpack Backlog
  • Backpack Backlog

    Pioneering independent rappers Hieroglyphics are still going hard after all these years.
      In many ways, the Hieroglyphics crew epitomizes the narrative of the independencedriven âeuro;œbackpackâeuro;� rap of the mid-late âeuro;™90s and early 21st century. Alongside Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Pep Love, Domino and fellow major-label castoff Casual, they set on a road toward underground distinction after many of their members were dropped by major labels.
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  • Nothing's Shocking
  • Nothing's Shocking

    Seattle's Blue Scholars take a bookish approach to hip-hop
      For the socially conscious group, occurrences like this are actually the opposite of the norm. Most of the time, they’re invited to come to schools and universities to be part of classes covering everything from English to postcolonial thought. For the group’s beat-maker, DJ Sabzi, hip-hop is a tool for teaching.
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  • Bustle & Flow
  • Bustle & Flow

    A local emcee and two Moses Lake transplants have turned a head shop into an independent music mecca.
      For a while last Saturday, the FTH Music & More grand opening was a one-man show. DJ Beauflexx played to an empty room. The party had been delayed until later in the afternoon. The barbecue needed picking up, T-shirts needed hanging. The graffiti sidewalk signs hadn’t been painted.
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