MIXTAPE 130 – INTERIOR CROCODILE


MIXTAPE 130 – INTERIOR CROCODILE

車内鰐・アリゲーター、私はシボレー製の映画館に乗る
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER

medicine Arial, medical sans-serif; margin:0; padding: 3px 4px 3px 4px; color:#999;”>Mixtape 130 – Interior Crocodile by Mixtape Show / Dex Digital on Mixcloud


INTERIOR ALLIGATOR

Chip Da Ripper – Interior Alligator Freestyle.
Bun B – Get Throwed (instrumental).
London Elektricity – Different Drum.
Physics N’ Tricks – Meridian (Remarc Remix).
High Contrast – Brief Encounter.
The Prodigy – Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix).

INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER
INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR
I DRIVE A CHEVROLET MOVIE THEATER

if you’re still having trouble with this one, check the release date of this episode.

(まだ今回のテーマを把握してないという方は、今日の日付(4月1日)のを考慮にいれてくれればお分かりになるのでは、と思います)

15 thoughts on “MIXTAPE 130 – INTERIOR CROCODILE

  1. mamiko – yep.
    Timm – you’re coming along fine there young man. Keep it up.

  2. INTERIOR CROCODILE ALLIGATOR/
    APRIL FOOLS ZEBRA GAWN ERASER DEEZ HATERZ/
    WIT A PHAZER SET TO ROFL, I EAT WAFFLES AN’ WATCH THE LAKERS/
    LEAVE YOU GAZELLE-ASS FAKERS RUNNING RINGS LIKE LAGUNA SECA/

  3. Hey Dex,
    Firstly, I really enjoy your show. I know you are very busy, but keep it up. Previously, in one of your episodes (maybe the Niggas and Bitches mixtape) you stated that you would like to know what your listeners looked like. I am white. I live in the suburbs of Minnesota. I am also very fortunate, (my dads rich). We are upper middle class. I listen to your mixtape maybe to absolve myself of my own ignorance, or to educate myself, but mainly, i listen because it is just great music.
    On a sidebar (I really like this word you use), I have a personal experience to share in relation to Mixtape Show 117–Niggas and Bitches ep. As you may have noticed, there has been a large influx of Somalian peoples into the U.S. In Minnesota especially, there are many of them that go to my school. I have noticed that they use the word nigger alot. I find this kind of disgusting when im just strolling down the hall and i hear Somalis speaking in Somali and then distinctly you hear “NIGGER”. Your thoughts on how Black People have lost alot, but they have alot power by owning the N word. However, I think the more black people use it, the more others hear it, the more other become sensitized to it, then the more other are prone to using it. The case of the Somalis illustrates how maybe black people have lost their power over the N word.
    I really dug your Beattape, the King ep. I would really like some more of those, either another MLK one or maybe a Malcom X ep.
    The other day I was listening to Mixtape 95–Dillagence. This ep confused me a bit. If J-Dilla was all about love, how come he produced Busta Bust? Why are you playing Busta when most of his raps are about sticking knifes in peoples heads or going to the range? Although some of this is really good music, if JD was all about love and stuff, why would you put some of this in a ep commemorating him?
    Dex, I have listened to all the Mixtape shows that are available on iTunes (like 98-130), where could i get the first 99?
    Last minute thought, on the one ep where you were tripping balls on valium or something at the polls. Did you vote for Ron Paul? If you did thats really cool. I think you should be more vocal about it. It may be a more unpopular belief but it should be heard. you have a really large audience, and i think that most white people think that all black people voted for obama. you should try to dissuade this ignorant belief.
    ps: your email doesnt seem to work
    Thanks again for all your work,
    Tyler
    Tyler W-A. Bradshaw

  4. @tyler dilla and busta go way back to when busta was still associated with Leaders of the new school back in the early 90′s(check out the song scenario if you havent her of them) Dilla has been making beats for years with slum village and i think has done songs for A Tribe called Quest(“you say the whole thing”) and de la soul. it is just recently that his music is out and popular kinda like most painters work becomes more popular after they die.
    on a side bar Busta is the first artist i remember hearing and reconizing as a kid and his style has changed a lot. lately he has shyed away from his crazy fun loving roots but dont knock a guy that is still popular after starting in the biz when he was 16.
    just droping some triva for yall

  5. thanks, ill check it out. yea, im not knocking him down, his musics pretty dope.

  6. Tyler,

    yo, I’m just now getting back to things, sorry for the delay. You raised some really good, really interesting questions, but let me get to the technical stuff:

    You can get all the older shows on http://mixtapeshow.net/archives-2/. As for my email, it’s kucrdex [at] gmail dot com. The contact link is also working, as far as I know, but if there’s a broken link on here somewhere, let me know.

    okay, on to the comment itself.

    I wasn’t actually aware of the Somali population in Minnesota at all, good looking out on putting me up on that. Just looking on google, I found the following video on youtube:

    I’d forgotten about how weirdly racist Fox is.

    But the use of the N word is really, I think, just a different side of what I was discussing in Episode 117. The marketing of hip-hop and other things that are labeled as “black culture” also means that things that are part of that “black culture” – everything from beat/lyrical styles, speech mannerisms, clothing, and individual words – become accessories. Everything becomes another product that you can choose to pick up and use like you would a t-shirt or a can of soda.

    But yeah (and I might have mentioned this in the episode itself, I’m not certain), African peoples using the word ‘nigga/nigger’ to refer to themselves is definitely a phenomenon. I’ve heard it in African hip-hop, and seen pictures, and it’s sort of a weird feeling – as in people who really don’t share the same history as the original ‘niggers’ don’t have to be bound by that term.

    But, of course, where do you go from there? Get mad? If so, at whom? It’s a weird question, and I don’t have a good answer.

    You raise a good question about JD, Busta, and the violent music. I play a lot of music on here from artists that I don’t necessarily agree with. If I was to play music from only people whose politics/values I agreed with, you’d be getting 25 minutes of silence every two weeks. I don’t think there’s actually a single artist that I agree with 100% on everything. Of course, my current stance is that I one of my tasks is to represent a culture, positive and negative included. This is actually something that I’ve been thinking about a lot though, recently, and something I have been meaning to talk about – probably in an upcoming episode.

    I would agree with DeeBeeKay that Busta’s old stuff was a lot more interesting. Also, I wouldn’t necessarily say that Dilla was necessarily all about love – there’s plenty of the standard quote unquote negative material in the man’s backcatalog (that said, I can’t think of anyone who is all about love, maybe Sade?).

    And ah, the Beat Jacks + Remixes 3 episode. Nah, I didn’t put in for Ron Paul, I wasn’t really into him at all. To be fair, though I wasn’t terribly into anybody, which I kinda touched on in a post on Obama’s “Blackness”.

    Hopefully the above didn’t come off as harsh at all, I definitely appreciate the dialog, especially since I’ve really been lax on the update rate. Lemme know if there’s anything I missed, though.

    Stay in tune…

  7. Yea, thanks Dex for getting back. Good stuff.
    Hey, i was wondering… you have never played any kid kudi. is he not mixtape proof? Id like to see some of his stuff on a mixtape. His stuff strikes me as really original. Its ill shit for sure.

  8. hey remember that one time when we were in san diego playing kings cup and you got so drunk that you started talking in cantonese? your site feels like that again, except this time you’re sober and it’s japanese. I STILL LOVE IT THO!

    (ヾ(´・ω・`)いってらっちゃ

  9. whoa latestatus.

    Tyler – nah, nothing against the dude at all – just haven’t really gotten around to it (or much of anything else mixtapewise recently…). I do have some other things planned though…

    becky oh god

    てかその絵文字どっから取ったのw

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