Heavens to Murk-A-Troid


Crash DDZ has been a staple in the Louisville hip-hop scene for more years than he’d probably like to admit. From the 502Headz to The DareDevilz, the guy’s CV is Teflon. That rap is a game for the young is undeniable; just don’t tell Crash that. He continues to shred every microphone within 100 feet of him like an MC half his age. Murk-A-Troid is his latest incarnation, a collaboration with Hippiedigger producer Richard Herrell. That the disc is put out via the Grimey Rhyme Regime crew is appropriate, as “grimey” is the album’s most fitting descriptor. Both music and lyrics are a smoke-filled room with towels sealing windows and doors, the album a 5-inch circular humidor. Herrell’s sound is dark, and Crash is a bit more subdued than his earlier catalog and live show prepare the listener for. A cheap comparison would be to the better solo work of Def Jux’s El-P, but I don’t think El-P has ever exposed himself in the way Crash does in “Can We Talk,” one of the better relationship songs I’ve heard in rap in years.

Another solid

By Dr Deep
Keep running into your articles. Also wrote one for this album at keep up the good work our scene needs it. For booking in Louisville -

Thanks for the shine!

Thanks for the nice write up Damien (You to Dr. Deep) We really appreciate it here at camp murk-a-troid ! Anyone wondering what it sounds like feel free to download the full cd FREE here: If you like it buy a PHYSICAL copy at Ear X-tacy, Underground Sounds or Twisted Images here in the ville. Also we'll have em on sale for $5 at Uncle Slayton's tomorrow night! 8-12-2011Thanks again for the love Leo!!

They have definitely put out

By don44
They have definitely put out so amazing work here. The music will definitely blow you away here. So much to get from it. Keep up the good work. Honey Gifts