For the next ten days ESKEI83, The Drunken Masters and DJ Stickle will travel the lands to personally welcome you to the first ever Crispy Crust Records Tour. Slim C and Big Joe are already enjoying the homely amenities their Red Bull Tour Bus has to offer.
According to Elènne, Oedipus was the “original mofo”. If you’re familiar with Greek mythology, you cannot debate that. King of Thebes is Elènne‘s tribute to the tragic figure. And it’s goddamn beautiful.
Dan Gerous – or in this case: Dan Generous – shares his Red Bull Thre3style Bootleg Pack with the world for free. It is a catchy display of the Munich based producer’s very own style, and a brilliant supply of unique bootlegs for all the DJs out there who want to stock up their inventory. Much love, Monsieur Dangereux.
Friends, as you know, the tremendous amount of music out there makes it hard – really hard – not to miss a gem every now and again. We know you trust us with filtering out the best of the best, but even we are occasionally overwhelmed by the sheer number of great tunes. Which is why today we introduce a new category called Lost and found, to honor stuff we missed the first time around.
The first slot in this new category is reserved for the Ganz remix of Odesza’s Say My Name feat. Zyra. It still riddles us, how we could have possibly overlooked this.
We’ve been in the label business for half a year now, and the support we’ve received so far is pretty incredible. We would like to take a moment to thank everybody who is making this adventurous endeavor so exciting on a daily basis.
Did anybody order Pizza? Cologne maybe? Stuttgart? Berlin? The Drunken Masters and ESKEI83 are proud to invite you to the first official Crispy Crust Records tour, to celebrate this beauty of a record label.
From May 12th to 21st our undisputed Masters of the mosh pit alongside our reigning Red Bull Thre3style Champion are going to serve the hottest hits and freshest remixes – arranged neatly on up to four turntables and garnished with all the delicacies that have been released on Crispy Crust Records so far.
Complex Magazine went face to face with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Paul Rosenberg, Royce da 5’9” and ex D12 member Kon Artis to talk about the history and peek into the future of Shady Records. It’s a highly compelling watch in our opinion, a neat synopsis of 15 years of Hip-Hop history.