Aychcee

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Member Since: 2008
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Hot Cakes

Students at SUNY Purchase, S.A.G and Mack met in 2006 through mutual friends and clicked with a mutual love of hip hop. On a whim they wrote and...

Hot Cakes

Rap - Hip Hop

Students at SUNY Purchase, S.A.G and Mack met in 2006 through mutual friends and clicked with a mutual love of hip hop. On a whim they wrote and recorded Candy Flippin’ which S.A.G. claims came together effortlessly within an hour. “We weren’t thinking past that first song, we just were happy with what we did in our spare time and played it for our friends at the campus station. One of those friends Ted Rubin, President of Supertoad Records was so impressed that he said if they wanted to record a full-length he would put it out on his label. With a label backing them the duo were in the studio every other day working on material finishing the full-length Hot Cakes. Produced entirely by the duo and recorded in the campus recording studio (Mack just received a degree in music production) this is as DIY as it gets but with a professional sound. Labeled as sort of a concept piece S.A.G. clarifies “we recorded this whole album in a party induced haze with kind of a theme to the songs that string them together with crunk style beats but I wouldn’t say that this is representative of everything we do, it’s more like an encapsulation of one side of our personalities and style.” An example of the group’s more cerebral/esoteric side is the track Cumulonimbus an instrumental track that is entirely constructed by the spoken word of the title. “I had a weather class and I was studying Cumulonimbus Clouds and couldn’t go in the studio. Mack liked the word and went in and created this track using the word as a starting point and chopping and processing the word into snares, kicks and synth parts composed from his voice.” Aychcee are currently gearing up for upcoming live shows and working on new tracks for a future release.

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