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Not since the soundtrack to 1993’s Judgment Night have indie rock and hip-hop blended so well. Steve Reidell (STV SLV) and Aaron Brink (ABX) bonded in the band May or May Not before branching off to form a mash-mixing project that yielded more than two dozen mixtapes. Knowing that licensing a legitimate version of this for their debut album would be impossible, STV SLV and ABX cleverly blended their own production with guest appearances from their favorite artists to create the impressive 2012 studio recording FEAT. “Critical Captions” opens with Elizabeth Harper of Class Actress contrasting her airy vocals with rapper Cadence Weapon’s muscled rhymes. Underneath their call-and-response voices, The Hood Internet layers skittering beats mixed with deliberately glitchy textures. The following “One for the Record Books” is an equally interesting exercise in diametric juxtaposition, as The New Pornographers’ AC Newman shares the mic with the rhyming Jedi Sims (of The Doomtree Collective) over a drum and bass foundation. The outstanding cut “Nothing Should Be a Surprise” builds tension as Isaiah Toothtaker and Show You Suck swap verses.

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Too Slow

Hood internet fell off on this one. Same slow pass through the whole cd. Should be free on itunes

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Formed: 2007 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A mash-up crew who came to fame thanks to their genre-jumping mixes, the Hood Internet were formed in Chicago after members Aaron Brink (ABX) and Steve Reidell (STV SLV) both moved to the city with fresh college diplomas. They met in the indie band May or May Not, but after hearing mash-up DJs like Girl Talk and Them Jeans, they headed straight for the laptop and began combining Lil Wayne with Modest Mouse, Swizz Beatz with Deerhoof, and R. Kelly with Jens Lekman. Initial results were uploaded to...
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