It's been two years since No Bird Sing stopped by The Current studios, and a lot has changed in that time. The trio is releasing new record Definition Sickness on their new label home Strange Famous Records, Joe Horton started hip-hop collective FIX with Kill The Vultures and Kristoff Krane and drummer Graham O'Brien built Bellows studio in downtown St. Paul.
Through all of that, the band managed to bring together a slew of guest collaborators for this new release including Sadistik, Chastity Brown, James Diers, Aby Wolf, and Molly Dean. The talent permeating Definition Sickness has given the band their highest exposure yet, and the guidance of Sage Francis and his record label has continued to propel them forward.
Songs performed: "Fashionable Cannibal," "Apogee feat. Aby Wolf" and "Freedom Slave"
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- Mixed Blood Majority performs in The Current studios Mixed Blood Majority may be a new act, but the faces are familiar to Minnesotans. The trio consists of Joe Horton of No Bird Sing, Lazerbeak of Doomtree and Crescent Moon of Kill The Vultures. The new collaboration brings the best of all their projects into a cohesive collective, challenging listeners to embark on a hip-hop journey of styles throughout the years.
- No Bird Sing perform in The Current studio No Bird Sing's Eric Blair (Joe Horton), Graham O'Brien, and Robert Mulrennan continue their bold and raw approach to hip-hop on their sophomore release Theft of The Commons. Theft of the Commons is built on more organic ground than their 2009 self-titled deubt. Recorded in a barn in rural Minnesota the band drew inspiration from the stark autumn landscape.
- No Bird Sing performs in The Current studios Named after a bird watchers guide book found in a California bookstore, the band No Bird Sing creates a raw, bluesy blend of hip-hop.