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Where the majority of local beatmakers follow two general schools of thought—samples or synths—Headnodic prefers to come at things more organically. His tracks have an abundance of live instrumentation, which makes perfect sense as he attended the prestigious Berklee School of Music. After years of producing for acts like Crown City Rockers (previously known as Mission:), The Mighty Underdogs, and Megaphone, he hits us with his most ambitious effort to date. Red Line Radio features 20 tracks overflowing with top-shelf talent, including People Under the Stairs, Sadat X, Mr. Lif, Latyrx, Othello, The Jazz Mafia Horns, Myka 9, The Grouch, One.Be.Lo, and P.E.A.C.E., as well as longtime homies Kat (010), Moe Pope, and Rashaan Ahmad, among others. Supremely funky with ample amounts of jazz, soul, and straight-up boom-bap, it's nearly flawless from start to finish. Standouts include "Turn Your Radio Up," "Surgeon General," and "The Mush," plus the instrumentals "These Days Ahead" and "Carpe Diem."

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"Truth" is the best track (my opinion)

Incredible song, melody, vibe, lyrics, and there's a lot said in the silence. The Jazz Mafia Horns, sweet. Destani Wolf on vocals, please someone tell me why the whole world is not hearing her voice. Best song on the album in my view.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Producer and bassist Headnodic, aka Ethan Parsonage, was very much influenced by the late-'80s/early-'90s rap scene in New York, where he was raised before moving to the Midwest. Once he figured out he was a better producer than rapper, he taught himself how to do pause tapes and play several instruments, including, of course, the bass. Parsonage eventually moved back to the East Coast to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. There he met the members of what would become the...
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