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Will F. ’13 Becomes Kill-F, Drops Free EP

Kill-F (Will “Waka Flocka” F. ’13, of Static Stamina, Wes Pacific, other things) has just released his first EP, Very Good. The EP, recorded “in closets in New Jersey” and produced by Dan Nass ’13 (under the moniker D’Brickashaw), criss-crosses a variety of hip hop genres, never settling on single style or trend. In general, it seems like the product of a short attention span and lots of clever ideas. I mean that as a compliment.

“Don Cheadle” stands out to this blogger as one of the strongest tracks on the EP, due to some of the best beats and a pretty hilarious chorus in which Kill ponders “What makes dogs sad? What makes a dog cry? What makes dogs bad? Why must dogs die?”

The final track, “E E E E E E E E,” is a kind of a mindfuck. If you can figure out the riddle in the song’s title, you might have some idea of what to expect.


Those rumblings that Jersey-bred Americana-tinged noise-punk heroes Titus Andronicus may be playing a show here this Friday? Confirmed. Finally. This coming weekend just got a hell of a lot cooler.

The critically acclaimed five-piece, whose sophomore effort concept album revolving around the Civil War, The Monitor, is looking like a well-deserved shoo-in for 2010 top ten lists, will be playing at Eclectic on Friday, supported by campus favorites The Postelles and The Parents. Oh yeah, and it’s free. Big ups to the Radical Performance Machine, and further details after the jump.