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Liquors

by Southside

Drunken-Trucker-Style Garage Hop Nerdcore Madness
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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Album Notes
Southside Liquors arrives. A transition into new territory far surpassing any output from the Southside collective. Fucking Transcendent.
- Space Station Media (NYC)

If Frank Zappa were alive today, this is what his music would sound like.
- Master Works (Seattle)

Rap from near the corner of Beck and Kool Keith, Seattle's Southside dishes out dashes of chimes, Cypress Hill chops, and Casio into its mix.
- Willamette Week (Portland, OR)


Seattle-based Southside opened the SXSW weekend with hip-hop party jams filled with riotous lyrics, referencing everything from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Chuck E. Cheese to spaghetti westerns that had the audience bobbin' and the bartenders doing the running man. The self-proclaimed pioneers of drunken-trucker-garage-hop played a game of musical, er, instruments, taking rotating turns on the mike, drums, guitar, bass, and samples. Their raucous set borrowed from some unlikely sources (Mötley Crüe, AC/DC, Naked Eyes) that had almost every audience member partaking in the free-for-all party.
- Request Magazine (Minneapolis, MN)

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