On this episode of Rhythm Roulette we linked up with one of our favorite producers here at Mass Appeal, Black Milk. Fresh off the release of his Glitches in the Break EP, Black Milk invited us down to his studio in Dallas, TX to participate in the blindfolded challenge.
After a visit to the chaotic Bill’s Records, owned by a nice old-white man named Bill, we went back to the studio to see what Black Milk could make out of a classic Christmas album by Paul and Paula, Freddie Fender’s Since I met You Baby , and a Herb Albert album that was rendered completely useless.
Check out the full episode above and be on the look out for more Rhythm Roulette’s in the near future as well as a 12″ vinyl edition of the Glitches in the Break EP which will be made available on Saturday, April 19th. For more, check our episode of Off Tha’ Wall with Black Milk.