I contributed a remix of Literati's song Cupid from their album Fait Accompli for this remixtape. Literati is a talented duo from the Twin Cities and Fait Accompli is a really well rounded album, so I was happy to be able to add my darker take on this song, aptly titled "Cupid (Bomb Camp's Blue Love Remix)".
I am extremly honored to have been a part of this album, not only because I was albe to produce 2 tracks on the 4th album by one of my favorite artists, but also because those 2 tracks were the only ones not produced by the legendary DJ Mighty Mi. The feedback has been very positive, regarding the songs Fuck This Game and You Were The Shit (In High School). Kill The Architect was #8 on the Itunes Hip Hop charts the day it was released and #46 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums that week.
Sourcery is the debut album from Conscious Object, my collaborative project with rapper Reconsiderate. It features 9 full length tracks, and a few interludes. One of the songs is our collaboration with Kristoff Krane, titled Family Friendly. As a fan of his music, it was very exciting to get the chance to work with him so early on.
After collaborating with him on the song Family Friendly from Conscious Object's debut album, Kristoff Krane contacted us asking if he could include the song on Mixxy 4. When we said "yes", I had no idea what else would be included, so it was really cool to find out that it also features songs with Toki Wright, Sims (of Doomtree), Ecid, Carnage, Joe Horton (of No Bird Sing), Guante & Big Cats, as well as my all time favorite emcee Eyedea. (RIP)
Mr Bomb Camp's Mild Ride is a mixtape showcasing much of what I had been working on since starting at the beginning of 2011. The odd numbered tracks are all instrumental songs, some of which feature talented guest musicians. The even numbered songs are comprised of non-hip hop remixes and collaborative hip hop tracks. Two of these tracks are from Conscious Object, my "fusion hip hop" project with vocalist, Reconsiderate.
Previously Great Songs Vol. 1 is a hip hop "remixtape" - in other words, a collection of hip hop songs all remixed by myself. The tracks featured could all be considered "alternative hip hop". Most of these remixes were started from scratch and completed in only a few hours, though several were matched up with pre-existing beats.Since I didn't immediately begin collaborating with vocalists, these tracks are largely how I cut my teeth after I began producing.
I actually contacted Kristoff Krane after he released this album to see if he would allow me to do a remix of one of his songs. He said yes, and I reimagined his track Lie To Someone You Love. I sent it his way when I was finished and he liked it enough to add it to the album after the fact, since it was a digital only release. Several of my favorite producers also contributed remixes.
Wayfinder is a 5 song EP and the follow up to our full length, Sourcery. It features a collaborative track with Chicago emcee, Lusyd, as well as a more up to date version of Rerooting, the most popular track from Sourcery. It serves to bridge the gap between that album and our next full length.
Mr Bomb Camp -
November 21st, 2017
My first solo album, which was released just one month after I started it. I was influenced a lot by synthwave stuff, beginning with the Stranger Things soundtrack, as well instrumental hip hop and a little industrial rock. Almost exclusively synth based and entirely programmed, which I did both because it fit the vibe I was going for and as a challenge to myself.
After years of working on it, we released our album Closure. Some of these songs have been in our live sets for quite some time so it's nice to finally be able to share the studio versions. We were lucky to get such good guests for this album, like Ecid, DJ Pain 1, LiquidForm, Memory, Taiyamo Denku, Rambunxious, Vedar One, Knowshun, and Neu Dae.