For the second time Doc Illingsworth is calling out for acts of nod. Just play these beats, pay attention and nod. Just nod the hell out. We’re gonna keep supporting this guy, because he keeps on bringing great beattapes. The Detroit based producer has been sharing music heavily the last few months. He is probably one of those producers that flips a sample and makes a beat during breakfast, lunch and dinner. Beats is what he eats, sleeps and breathes. That Danny Brown remix on here is a goldie.
The Don of nods has steadily been releasing beattapes the last year. With a high productivity some beats tend to get lost, like the Doc himself explaines. This tape contains a nice collection of recovered beats. Like the title proclaims, Doc Illingsworth calls out for acts of nod. A nod to his new tape, maybe some nods to his older beats and if you catch him on the streets, don’t be shy and give him a gentle nod. Illingsworth beats are of true class and worthy for the repeat. He deserves your support so play it loud.
Delivered quick and dirty. swift and sullied. Just how we like it. Do Illingsworth gathered some of his unfinished material and released it as a compilation. All solid beats not longer than 2 minutes. Beatmaking at its finest. This is the perfect compilation for those last summer days. Get your own copy over at his bandcamp.
Shardstyle from JoinTheStudio caught up with Dibiase and Doc Illingsworth to talk about gear, their home towns, the scene and how they came up. Dibiase talks about the time before soundcloud, social media and other platforms to share music. These producers really putted time and effort in getting their music heard. If you’re a producer, and want people’s attention, than you better take some notes. JTS decided to split up the interview in two parts. Expect the second part to be published the coming week.
Detroit based beatmaker extraordinaire Doc ILLingsworth dropped a new release on bandcamp called It was Tuesday. Tons of great music came from the Motor City already, and this time is no exception. The beat tape oozes laid back soulful chops sprinkled with modest on point drums. Easy listening at its fullest. This stuff is the remedy after a hard day at the office. You can enjoy this release anywhere you want for only $5. Be sure to check it out!