The LPF Experiment is the sixth project released from Kansas beat-creator Arkutec.
The 10 track project features production based around the “low pass filter” – and combines a blend of soulful sample based records the producer is known for, as well as darker, mechanical styled beats driven by deep bass and synthesizer engines.
Seinfeld characters make frequent appearances to help transition each track to the next – as George Costanza expresses his desires to be an architect.
Boom Bap is a new instrumental project from producer Dominic Owen. Best known for his work with “The Notorious B.I.G. Rakim, Lil Kim, Special ED & The Love Theme.
With heavy drums beats, vocal snippets from vintage black and white movies and dusty old Jazz Loops from Dominic’s extensive vinyl collection the album has that raw 90s East Cost Hip Hop feel.
KinoBeats Takes us through a jammed packed weekend of studio session after session.
The visual includes in-studio cameos by DMV heavyweights Philade, Young Moe, Fat Trel, Black Cobain, Chaz French, and DJ Brenden Hill Working out of MidiEast Studios and Loud Water Studios.
Get an up close and personal look as DJ Supa Dave recreates how he made the beat for the Rick Ross & Kool G Rap record, Knife Fight.
In this visual KinoBeats and Lex Luger are seen working at Radio Ready Recording Studios (Norfolk,VA) on production and molding a brand new fresh sound from Virginia to introduce to the world.
It is no telling where the tracks will end up but keep an eye out to the production credits of your favorite artists albums in the upcoming months.