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BRZOWSKI – “To the Fellow Travellers” Video

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BRZOWSKI – “To the Fellow Travellers” Video

Portland, Maine-to-Dallas,Texas prog-rap transplant BRZOWSKI caps off a prolific year by releasing his fourth compilation of new/rare/demo/collaborative songs “Blooddrive Vol. 4” (11/21/19, Milled Pavement Records), featuring such indie-rap luminaries as billy woods, Spoken Nerd, Elucid, Swordplay, Onewerd, and many more, brimming with trademark non-linear verbosity and enough filthy synths to satisfy anyone who enjoys their beats with some basement dust. “To the Fellow Travellers” is a decidedly hard-left take on the banality of workaday drudgery, written from the perspective of an exploited laborer, whether they work in concrete, finance, or hip hop.

This video was shot on tour in various New England cities in 2019 by Agent 8, with Vinyl Cape members C$Burns, Jane Boxall, and DJ Mo Niklz all making appearances.

“60 hours a week, bleed for the machine.”
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J-cduFlGBY

Physical CD/Shirt bundles here: https://brzowskimusic.bandcamp.com/

Streaming here: https://ffm.to/blooddrivevol4

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