Back in stock after being sold out for several months, this beautiful red vinyl is ready to ship. If you don’t already know, this album is a live interpretation by El Michels Affair playing live instrumentals of Wu-Tang Clan beats. It’s an item that continually sells because it’s so good! Get your copy on wax now if you don’t already own this must have.
CD also available.

El Michels Affair are back with a 45 of original material that features a new NYC band called The Shacks. Side A Strange Boy, sounds like the Five keys met Neil young and cut a record with Jane Birkin – but in english. A fuzzed out, heavy backing track with doo-wop background vocals create a peculiar, but perfect bed for Shannon’s dead pan celebration of her “Strange Boy”, of whom she would gladly “drink the kool aid from his cup”. Side B, No Surprise, is a perfect blend of El Michels Affair’s hazy, cinematic soul and 60’s pop ala Sonny and Cher.

El Michels Affair is back with the follow up to 2009’s underground cult classic Enter the 37th Chamber. The first single 4th Chamber, a cover of one of the toughest GZA tunes from Liquid Swords finds EMA’s signature sound stronger than ever. Fuzz guitar and synths reminiscent of Morricone scoring Scarface dance over absolutely crushing drums giving the original RZA production a proper run for it’s money. The B side is something of a Big Crown family affair, El Michels inviting the one and only Lee Fields to the track to sing the vocal part over from Ol Dirty Bastard’s rawer than raw album cut Snakes.