WAXED OUT delivers new music to keep your record collection fresh & stacked to the ceiling
words + photos by @Evan_Gabriel
On Sunday night, I caught a late 4/20 set by local MC-producer Neill Von Tally, who was performing tracks from his EP, “For Old Crimes Sake,” due out at the end of the month. The theme of the album, appropriately fitting for the night, is 1900’s reefer Jazz. Von Tall cleverly let the Jazz records play in full before sliding in with the sampler and melding drums to the sample in real time. The music was accompanied by fellow-Futro Records affiliate Alex Boyce’s visual projection, made up of clips from the 1936’s film “Reefer Madness.”
The show, a unique blend of crackling Jazz records and dusted 808-kicks popping the floor from underneath, proved for a great end to the weekend. Be on the lookout for “For Old Crimes Sake” to drop on April 30th.