|Souls Of Mischief|
In 1995, Souls of Mischief members A-Plus, Opio, Phesto and Tajai joined forces with the other members of the Hieroglyphics crew including Del, Domino, Pep Love, and Casual to create a new independent label- Hieroglyphics Imperium- to publish and market the collective's, and individual members', releases.
This is one of those once-in-a-lifetime lineups. Souls Of Mischief performing new album 'There Is Only Now' with Adrian Younge on Sept. 4th at Mayan Theater in Los Angeles along with The Pharcyde, Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest, Blu and Exile, with DJ House Shoes & Rhettmatic.
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Souls of Mischief's upcoming album "There Is Only Now" is featured on XXL Magazine's The 25 Most Anticipated Albums For The Rest of 2014.
See the list here: http://www.xxlmag.com/news/2014/07/25-most-anticipated-albums-rest-2014/9/
Narrated throughout by A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad, the OGs linked up with producer Adrian Younge—who helmed Ghostface’s 12 Reasons To Die last Spring—for a concept album of sorts that will serve as a throwback to their original sound as well as contain an updated soulful sound. “It’s a project that if somebody misses the sounds of 93 ’til Infinity meets The Low End Theory meets De La Soul Is Dead. If somebody misses that kind of sound, they’ll be happy to hear this album because it goes back to that time, you know,” Younge told XXL last July. “And it’s also a concept album too—Souls of Mischief almost gets killed by some dude that was just crazy and the whole album just starts off with this incident, and then it blossoms into these different stories that are a result of this volatile incident. And that’s basically what that album is about.”
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