Tag: George Clinton

The House Guests

The House Guests

Music Reviews

My Mind Set Me Free: The House Guests Meet the Complete Strangers (Shake It Records). Review by Scott Adams.

Swamp Dogg

Swamp Dogg

Music Reviews

The White Man Made Me Do It (Alive Records). Review by James Mann.

Shrub

Shrub

Music Reviews

Highceratops (). Review by Michelle Wilson.

Sly Stone

Sly Stone

Music Reviews

I’m Back! Family & Friends (Cleopatra Records). Review by James Mann.

Peanut Butter Wolf

Peanut Butter Wolf

Event Reviews

Chris Catania files a report from the Chicago stop of the hip-hoptastic Bounce Tour, featuring N.W.A. alumni and pop culture junkies-turned-rappers- like Madlib- alike. And of course, tour headliner and organizer, dj Peanut Butter Wolf.

Vooodoofest 2003

Event Reviews

A star-studded festival lineup. Halloween Eve. New Orleans. All the ingredients for mighty powerful voodoo. Justin Schneider reports on the effectiveness of the spell.

Niacin

Music Reviews

Time Crunch (Magna Carta). Review by George Jegadesh.

Warren G

Music Reviews

The Return of the Regulator (Universal). Review by Vanessa Bormann.

Bilal

Music Reviews

First Born Second (Interscope). Review by David Lee Beowulf.

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