About The Dirty Sample:
The Dirty Sample earned his name off his fascination with dusty vinyl after he turned to production to provide the beats his then 3-year-old rapper alter ego, Planit, wasn’t receiving from other producers. Now, nearly 3o albums in, the Calgary producer has a catalogue that includes instrumental works, remix projects, and collaborations with the likes of Roc Marciano, Guilty Simpson, Myka 9, Kirby Dominant, Moka Only, D-Sisive, Merkules, Snak the Ripper, and many others. He is probably best known for his single “Three Sixty Five” with Roc Marciano from his production album Raw Produce (Phonographique, 2015).

About Tuesday Nights on Cardero:
Named for the Tuesday night recording sessions The Dirty Sample conducted at his Cardero Drive home studio in the West End of Vancouver, BC during an extended change of scenery, Tuesday Nights on Cardero is a collection of 8 posse cuts featuring the rhyme talents of Tuesday night regulars Chaka Boy (Port Authority, Low Pressure), Fatt Matt (Port Authority, Low Pressure), Hash Mills (Port Authority, Shallow Hal), Kaboom Atomic (Low Pressure), Tachichi, (Low Pressure, Sipset), Lesk One (Wise Green Money), and one final verse from his own now-retired MC-monicker, Planit. The Dirty Sample produced all eight songs, with three co-produced by long-time collaborator Metawon, under their production duo group name Illions. At times epic and other times atmospheric, the organic sound of this collection is due to the nature of its creation. Each rapper adds his own style and vibe to the track, and the result is raw rap boom bap essence.

About the Cassette-only Remixes:
Tuesday Nights On Cardero is available as a free download, but those who still prefer something tangible will receive a little something special with the cassette release — a b-side cassette-only exclusive remix of the EP with all-new production from Metawon, Low Pressure founder and resident producer DJ Moves, frequent collaborator Touch (who also adds new vocals!), DJ Usdneedls (of Hidden Fortress), and Backburner’s More Or Les, Timbuktu, Savilion and Fresh Kils. Looks like you’ll have to dust off that ol’ boom box for this one!

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