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Von Pea announces New Tanya Morgan Project; "You & What Army?!" I geek out inside.

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While we’re pointing out Twitter announcements, dont know if I’m allowed to point this one out but considering Von Pea announced it a few days ago and I’ve just been running behind on getting to all the musicawesomes in my life… I might as well point out more new music coming from Tanya Morgan, my favorite boys.
Now when a musician says September, that usually means a month or two after that. Regardless, after that “Without Hands” track they just dropped, I’m just happy to know that theres more good music on the way.

Click on the links for more, and enjoy.

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July 7, 2011 at 12:01 pm

I’ll be hanging out with @TanyaMorgan tomorrow. You should roll through.

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Clever.

Tanya Morgan returns to LA (YAY!)Β  with Big Pooh (Double YAY!) for their intelligently titled “Value Menu Tour.” It’s sure to be a night of awesome, real hip hop music, drinks and fun.
Just go.

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January 29, 2011 at 4:10 pm

I'll be hanging out with @TanyaMorgan tomorrow. You should roll through.

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Clever.

Tanya Morgan returns to LA (YAY!)Β  with Big Pooh (Double YAY!) for their intelligently titled “Value Menu Tour.” It’s sure to be a night of awesome, real hip hop music, drinks and fun.
Just go.

Written by E

January 29, 2011 at 4:10 pm

Tanya Morgan on the Westcoast. Rejoice. Then go see them.

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Tanya Morgan in LA. Hooray.

So Tanya Morgan and Fusicology team up for the powerful “Headphone Rock” Tour. With 8 dates set up for the next two weeks, DonWill, Ilyas and Von Pea hit the entire Western Seaboard to rock dates and party all night long. You can go to Fusicology’s main website for more info on ticketing.

You’d better go.

Donwill’s New Mixtape: Laura’s Tape | Tanya Morgan Is On Tour. You should go. Seriously.

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Dopeness.

I’m late as usual, but heres a wonderfully written review taken from our friends at Hip Hop is Cool Again:

The craving for Donwill‘s solo album, Don Cusack in High Fidelity, can now be at least partly satiated – Donwill’s Laura’s Tape mixtape has finally arrived. Dropping just in time for Valentine’s Day and mixed by DJ KingMost, who, in keeping with the High Fidelity theme, plays the role of DJ Rob Gordon, Laura’s Tape is laden with hip-hop and R&B sounds alike. The first listen gives feelings of romantic evenings and picturesque dates, but listening closely to the lyrics, this mixtape is actually the story of a journey between lovers, making it the perfect mixtape for spending some quality time with your significant other.

Essential characters are introduced in the mixtape as each interlude is named after a character from High Fidelity. With interludes ranging in topic from couples fighting, to friends trying to interpret a woman’s words, the tale takes form as a prelude to the Don Cusack full-length. The connection between the two projects is seamless. “The mixtape is a continuation of the album’s concept,” says Donwill about the movie-themed concept that ties both projects together. “In High Fidelity, the movie peaks as the lead character, Rob Gordon, is making a mixtape for his long-time love interest, Laura. This mixtape references that moment, and that’s why I thought it fit so well with the Valentine’s Day theme.”

Although the mixtape is filled primarily with songs that fans will not be hearing on the official album, Donwill still managed to sprinkle in a few album previews with the inclusion of “Love Junkie” and “I See You,” both of which are singles from Don Cusack. Overall, while fans will certainly recognize classic Tanya Morgan elements throughout the mixtape and forthcoming album, both projects will offer listeners a variation of sounds. “My solo album definitely represents a different sound for our listeners, and this mixtape is a great first taste of what’s to come.” Sounds like some pretty good treats for the Valentine’s Day weekend, we’d say.
Download HERE.

And I’d say hes absolutely right.
So that brings us to our next topic… Tanya Morgan on tour to support Donwill’s New Release along with new friends, Kooley High.
Now I’m kinda angry inside that they wont be able to hit the westcoast for a while, but if you’re on the east, this is nothing but good news to you.

GO SEE THEM.

Go see them NOW.

Thanks.

Written by E

February 24, 2010 at 11:15 pm

Donwill's New Mixtape: Laura's Tape | Tanya Morgan Is On Tour. You should go. Seriously.

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Dopeness.

I’m late as usual, but heres a wonderfully written review taken from our friends at Hip Hop is Cool Again:

The craving for Donwill‘s solo album, Don Cusack in High Fidelity, can now be at least partly satiated – Donwill’s Laura’s Tape mixtape has finally arrived. Dropping just in time for Valentine’s Day and mixed by DJ KingMost, who, in keeping with the High Fidelity theme, plays the role of DJ Rob Gordon, Laura’s Tape is laden with hip-hop and R&B sounds alike. The first listen gives feelings of romantic evenings and picturesque dates, but listening closely to the lyrics, this mixtape is actually the story of a journey between lovers, making it the perfect mixtape for spending some quality time with your significant other.

Essential characters are introduced in the mixtape as each interlude is named after a character from High Fidelity. With interludes ranging in topic from couples fighting, to friends trying to interpret a woman’s words, the tale takes form as a prelude to the Don Cusack full-length. The connection between the two projects is seamless. “The mixtape is a continuation of the album’s concept,” says Donwill about the movie-themed concept that ties both projects together. “In High Fidelity, the movie peaks as the lead character, Rob Gordon, is making a mixtape for his long-time love interest, Laura. This mixtape references that moment, and that’s why I thought it fit so well with the Valentine’s Day theme.”

Although the mixtape is filled primarily with songs that fans will not be hearing on the official album, Donwill still managed to sprinkle in a few album previews with the inclusion of “Love Junkie” and “I See You,” both of which are singles from Don Cusack. Overall, while fans will certainly recognize classic Tanya Morgan elements throughout the mixtape and forthcoming album, both projects will offer listeners a variation of sounds. “My solo album definitely represents a different sound for our listeners, and this mixtape is a great first taste of what’s to come.” Sounds like some pretty good treats for the Valentine’s Day weekend, we’d say.
Download HERE.

And I’d say hes absolutely right.
So that brings us to our next topic… Tanya Morgan on tour to support Donwill’s New Release along with new friends, Kooley High.
Now I’m kinda angry inside that they wont be able to hit the westcoast for a while, but if you’re on the east, this is nothing but good news to you.

GO SEE THEM.

Go see them NOW.

Thanks.

Written by E

February 24, 2010 at 11:15 pm