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Prinzenallee is bleubird (vocals/noise) and Jayrope (music) who make a mutated form of hip hop using industrial and experimental elements to give the tunes an otherworldly feel. Bleubird is a Florida born rapper with a poetic style and Berlin based Jayrope enjoys experimenting with ideas and appears to have some history related to the Digital Hardcore label and Atari Teenage Riot. Things kick of w ...

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10" album job edition of 250 on Endemik Music. Bleubird!! includes download card!.

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Don't Let Nerds Take Over Your Life by Prinzenallee
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 11 March 2010

Prinzenallee is bleubird (vocals/noise) and Jayrope (music) who make a mutated form of hip hop using industrial and experimental elements to give the tunes an otherworldly feel. Bleubird is a Florida born rapper with a poetic style and Berlin based Jayrope enjoys experimenting with ideas and appears to have some history related to the Digital Hardcore label and Atari Teenage Riot. Things kick of with the beatsy industrial rap rock title track but soon settle into a laid back vibe with looser rhymes, cheeky production and some crazy use of samples. All sorts of angles are covered here and the playful, colourful nature of OutKask's music comes to mind when trying to find a comparison. Intriguing back packer style nerdy hip hop that takes in pop, rock, electronic and industrial influences...what more could you ask for? Comes on white and teal specked vinyl with a free download code. That'll do it.

10/10 Lars Kjær Dideriksen Customer review, 12th March 2010

This album will no doubt make my list of the year's best albums when we get around to that. Having thoroughly enjoyed Bleubird's previous releases, which I would call a fresh take on the whole rap game, I once again find myself positively surprised. It's playful, noisy, melodic, clever, wonderfully "stupid", humourous, serious and inventive. Feels a bit like listening in on an improv session. It just feels so natural. It's all over the place. But still with a strong sense of itself and still having a strong focus. And yeah, the "white and teal specked vinyl" looks awesome. :-) This new duo has done an excellent job on this. Be sure to check out Bleubird's debut "Sloppy Doctor" etc. also.


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