Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop


Sounds like

Gnarls Barkley, Dizee Rascal


band members

Sean Ray - MC


Influences

chemical brothers, Tokyo Police Club, MF Doom


Bio

In the outer planetary underground of tomorrows yesterday, the Alien-Nation is preparing to go to war with the powers that be to decide who will control the sound of the universe. No longer content to exist on obscure planets the Alien-Nation found a voice of true freshness to rally behind in an unlikely hero, a human they call Snob Scrilla and a group of producers known only as the Blueberry Think Tank. Incorporating the cutting edge grunge of indie rock, the rhymes of conscious hip-hop, and synths reminiscent of the 80’s, Snob Scrilla and the Blueberry Think Tank have broken all the rules enforced by the power for so long, creating a completely new sound. Having traveled to the far reaches of the universe gathering the essence of the dopest MC, the knowledge of the paramount drum, and the most advanced synth technology, all that remains is the final element of the Alien-Nation’s plan-a powerful alliance from within the power, who will be willing to help Snob Scrilla and the Blueberry Think Tank reclaim the attention of the youth and redefine the sound of music. www.myspace.com/snobscrilla

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

03 Feb 2008

Triple J
30

Bold, brazen, lot of NERD and Gnarls in here. I want more...

Bold, brazen, lot of NERD and Gnarls in here. I want more...

Review

Syhr

07 Oct 2008

50

This song is one of the best in Australia

This song is one of the best in Australia

Review

benwhite

17 Oct 2008

40

Caught these guys at Parklife. First act I saw and a wonderful way to set up the day. Definitely not the style of music I listen too but the energy of their live act caught me by surprise. The blending of styles and atmosphere broke down what I would consider my personal boundaries when it comes to Hip Hop as a genre. As a result, came home from Parklife and found their Myspace page, ended up b...

Caught these guys at Parklife. First act I saw and a wonderful way to set up the day. Definitely not the style of music I listen too but the energy of their live act caught me by surprise. The blending of styles and atmosphere broke down what I would consider my personal boundaries when it comes to Hip Hop as a genre. As a result, came home from Parklife and found their Myspace page, ended up buying their EP which surprised me again as every track is perfectly listenable and very well executed. I prefer the version of 'There You Go Again' that is present on the EP as I find it has more depth and more drive. Excellent melody line delivered along with clear and approachable lyrics. The storytelling is simple yet effective and the song structure offer a familiar yet embracing level of comfort for someone like myself who, as I mentioned earlier, doesn't seek out this style of music on any regular occasion. I really hope to see these guys again, very talented musicians and an excellent live act. Congratulations on opening my eyes to some new sounds!

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