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PR: The Latest Devo Spice Update

From Devo Spice:

Hey everyone,

Look!  Things!


I have officially given up on video.  At least for now.  My wimpy 10 year old computer just can’t handle it.  I can’t practically hear it coughing and wheezing every time I add a transition to a video.  So to save it the three days of rendering and converting formats, and try to preserve what little is left of my sanity in the process, I have relaunched The Insider as a traditional audio podcast.

The first episode, episode 18, because really, all podcasts should start at episode 18, is available now here.

This episode features the brutal tale of a Christmas cookie massacre, a bit more talking about my recent release Half-Assed Rapper, and a new song that I recorded for Mur Lafferty’s podcast I Should Be Writing.  If you’re one of those podcast-savvy people you can subscribe to the podcast feed here:

If you’re a member of the Spice Rack you get an EVEN LONGER episode of the podcast with exclusive content and early mixes and secret plans that will probably never happen because the forces of the universe are working against me.  Spice Rack subscribers can subscribe to the podcast feed here:

This month Spice Rack subscribers hear some additional plans for my new album, hear about the secret project code-named Pizza Time, and get an early, really rough mix of the song I’m submitting to the new Weird Al tribute album.

We finally have a venue and some proper information.  Here.

Friday, February 18th
Anthony’s Micro Pub
225 N. 2nd St.
Harrisburg, PA  17101

Admission is free.  21 and over.

9:00 - Trapstarz
9:30 - Rukus
10:00 - Devo Spice
10:30 - Riddles
11:00 - AnonymousCulture
11:30 - LIL’ T
12:00 - L.V.

Every year The Great Luke Ski puts together a colossal set of live music to sell to raise money for MarsCon's comedy music programming and then doesn’t shut up about it for 3 months, so I have to mention it here. This year's compilation is a 3 CD set, nearly 4 hours of music.

Included on this set are I'm On It and Platform Wars along with Vampires Suck by Odd Austin, and The Bible, An Audio Book and Dumb Fanfic Awards by Cirque du So What?  The 3-CD fund raiser album is just $10 in MP3 format, or $30 if you want the physical CDs as well. Some other packages available also include tickets on Party Rob's Party Bus. For the full range of packages available visit MarsConDementia.com.

MarsCon 2011 will once again be host to a ton of great comedy music featuring musical guest of honor Worm Quartet!  Plus Cirque du So What, Devo Spice, Insane Ian, Nuclear Bubble Wrap, Possible Oscar, Power Salad, Steve Goodie, Soggy Potato Chips, The Great Luke Ski, Toyboat, TV's Kyle, and more!

Admission to MarsCon is $45 if you pre-order through the end of January. After that admission is $60 at the door, so get your order in now and save a few bucks.  More information can be found at MarsCon.org.

That’s all folks.  Take care.


MP3: Mr. Supe - "What My Name Iz"

From D2 Music Management:

MP3: Mr. Supe - "What My Name Iz"

* http://hulkshare.com/tn07bmb6a2wn *

Video: Big Omeezy f/ Bueno, J Gib - "Re Invented"

From DJ Mono:

Video: Big Omeezy f/ Bueno, J Gib - "Re Invented"

MP3: Young Jeezy f/ USDA - "CTE or Nothing"

From Bigga Rankin VP:

MP3: Young Jeezy f/ USDA - "CTE or Nothing"

* http://tinyurl.com/CTEorNothing *

MP3: Swagg Royalty - "Super Cool"

From M3W:

MP3: Swagg Royalty - "Super Cool"

* http://mp3waxx.com/jobfolders/swaggroyalty/blast-page.html *

MP3: MarkMyWords - "Ill Street Dreams"

From MMW:

MP3: MarkMyWords - "Ill Street Dreams"

I hope your New Year is off to a great start, I just wanted to share with
you the next leak off my upcoming album "Fall From Grace" This is actually
the b-side to my next single Eye of the Storm ft NomiS and Jimmy Powers that
will be out soon along with a brand new video! But I put it out a couple
places and thought I should share it with all of you as well, enjoy, and as
always if you have a website, blog, mixtape, or anything like that I would
appreciate your support, even just a forward to your friends or a
facebook/twitter blast would be amazing! Thank you all, peace

Download full quality wav at http://markmywords.bandcamp.com

And if you have a facebook please add my artist page:



MP3: Big Lou - "Out This Club"

From J-Ronin:

MP3: Big Lou - "Out This Club"

MP3: S Dub - "Airplanes"

From BF Blasts:

MP3: S Dub - "Airplanes"

CLEAN/DIRTY/INSTRU http://www.mediafire.com/?8mdv0acd4y7l75b .

Mixtape: Mr. Harvey - "The Day Before Tomorrow"

From Major Music:

Mixtape: Mr. Harvey - "The Day Before Tomorrow"

Boston bred recording artist Mr. Harvey brings forth "The Day Before Tomorrow" mixtape. This appetizer for his debut album "August 21st" features production from beatmakers such as Lou Ballz, Broadcas, Mr. Koolman as well as features by Acuta Records emcees Cube Ref and Jug. Also featured on the mixtape is singer Maliqe.

"The Day Before Tomorrow" is a reference to the album name "August 21st", which happens to be date that Mr. Harvey was shot in the head while working in Boston. These projects are a true testament to his strength.

* http://limelinx.com/files/061a7f65b72762a1408aee6be0419608 *

PR: Kottonmouth Kings Release New Video for 'Reefer Madness'

From Kerosene Media:

Kottonmouth Kings Release New Video for 'Reefer Madness'

Kottonmouth Kings Release Video For 'Reefer Madness' From New Album "Long Live The Kings"
Kottonmouth Kings has released their video for the track “Reefer Madness” online at http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/107313191 . Kottonmouth Kings new album, "Long Live The Kings", debuted at #26 on the Billboard Top 200 without the aid of mainstream press, radio, or MTV.
"'Reefer Madness' is a song about the fear and propaganda that has been spun around marijuana," commented Brad X from Kottonmouth Kings. "We went to the Liberty Bell Dispensary in Hollywood, CA and almost half a pound was consumed during the filming of this piece of cannabis history!"
After more than a decade and millions of albums sold, the Kottonmouth Kings have been reborn. With their eleventh studio album, "Long Live The Kings", the group has reinvented themselves by adding motor-mouth rapper the Dirtball to the group. Dirtball has injected the group with a new found creative firepower that takes the group’s sound into uncharted territories.

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