Artists submit music for GRM Presents Podcast
To: GRM Presents
Summary: Urban tracks from “Transcendent” album by Thrift Bakery, a group that's been social distancing for 30 years
Payday: Hypnotic rap like 21 Pilots or Red Hot Chili Peppers: https://open.spotify.com/track/5nzCMQpvn0sadKemkpx0ri?si=u6Vk85TxTtiqRwYEZtyHUw
Taken By a Pro: D Black and Eyez premiered this funk track in December 2019: https://open.spotify.com/track/6T4vqxSXVYBgVA77Zduc2H?si=HHne-BMxT3ebJy0_6i-Yyg
Wipe It Away: A COVID 19/Coronavirus rap song similar to Chance The Rapper: https://open.spotify.com/track/66nzqvdo3kPoZtxhxnXqc6?si=AxFd8O3pRBaTgyK4CnFeJw
If you want WAV or MP3 files, I can provide.
Band history: The members of the group are Dlux (vocals), Bob Hair (keyboards/sax/guitar/vocals), Terri Cloth (bass, fiddle, harmonica, vocals) and Tater Totts (vocals, guitar). The group performed and recorded in the Carolinas and in Washington, D.C., from 1985 until 1990. Their first record, “Freshness Test,” came out on Hopewell Records in 1988. The self-released “Tender Moments” appeared in 1989. “Mediocre Criminals” was assembled virtually and released in 2017. The band members rarely see each other.
“Mediocre Criminals” and “Transcendent” are available on all major streaming services.
More information, songs and videos can be found at: https://www.thriftbakery.com and https://www.facebook.com/thriftbakery and https://twitter.com/ThriftBakery.
The group’s videos are at https://bit.ly/2XJE4yG
For more information, contact: Dlux, vocalist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-240-460-7243.
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