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Just Announced: Del The Funky Homosapien will headline Coda next month

Del The Funky Homosapien | via delthefunkyhomosapien.bandcamp.com

Whether you were introduced to him through his collaborations with Gorillaz or you followed his work back through the early 90s, Cali rapper Del The Funky Homosapien has a voice that probably made you snap to attention while simultaneously easing into a cool and collected groove. That’s the dichotomy he works; commanding but easygoing, incisive but insouciant. His latest is the Iller than Most LP, which you can listen to below, and his Bandcamp page is a treasure trove of like his entire discography in one handy spot, from I Wish My Brother George Was Here to Deltron 3030. Continue reading →

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Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator, and Kid Koala – AKA Deltron 3030 – playing World Cafe Live at The Queen on 7/17

Deltron 3030 | photo by Darren Samuelson
Deltron 3030 | photo by Darren Samuelson

All-star futuristic rap trio Deltron 3030 brings its tour to World Cafe Live at The Queen next week in support of its 2013 sophomore record Deltron 3030: Event II.  The LP emerged thirteen years after the supergroup’s debut and sees members Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator and Kid Koala collaborating with everyone from Damon Albarn to The Lonely Island.  Tickets and information for the July 17th show can be found here.  Watch “Do You Remember” featuring Jamie Cullum below.

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Deltron 3030 bringing futuristic hiphop vibes to the TLA 10/13

Deltron 3030

Hip hop supergroup Deltron 3030 is touring the U.S. this fall, and is slated to hit the TLA on Sunday, October 13. The trio – comprised of Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator, and Kid Koala – are releasing their new album, Event II, on October 1st. It’s their first record in 13 years and features a diverse range of artists from The Lonely Island to Damon Albarn to Zach De La Rocha. Most of the live shows (including the Philly stop!) are set to feature a whopping 16-piece orchestra; more information on the TLA show can be found here. Meanwhile, check out “Stardate,” the introduction to the new record featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.