Posts Tagged ‘The Annexation’

AudioDax – Pretty Girl

Posted: June 28, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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If you’re a follower of us here at The Nosebleed Section, you’ve heard of AudioDax and our highest acclaim for their work. The duo has burst onto the hip-hop scene this year after releasing their first single “Matter of Time” – a song about their mental journey in becoming musically relevant. Composed of two DePauw University students, Krypton FLO (emcee) and Temble (vocals/production), AudioDax develops a lighter side of hip-hop, leaving the grittiness of urban rap behind and instead allowing their lyricism to rest over pop beats and airy synths. Today, AudioDax truly exposes themselves to the world with the release of their first mixtape “The Annexation.” This introductory mixtape certainly satisfies the immense hype and shows a unique identity of a duo that is able to categorize as electronic, indie/emo and experimental while always retaining their hip-hop roots. Be sure to download the mixtape here and if you need any more convincing, simply listen to “Pretty Girl” below. Well done AudioDax, this date undoubtedly marks the beginning of their musical appropriation.

AudioDax – Right Way

Posted: June 14, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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I hate to play favorites, and I think as a music blogger, you are supposed to avoid full-blown biases, but to be honest… AudioDax is my favorite group right now. Firstly, they are college students at Depauw University in Indiana, who have successfully found balance on the tightrope that is academics + music. Secondly, I enjoy the dynamic of the duo. Unlike Chiddy Bang’s method of one man on the beats, one on the mic, AudioDax has both members on vocals allowing the listener to truly experience both artists. “Right Way” is a bonus track off their upcoming album “The Annexation” – hosted by DJ Benzi and Solly, due out by the end of this month. Also be sure to check out the rest of AudioDax including “Matter of Time” “Rewind” and my personal favorite “All The Koalas.”

More from AudioDax here