Paul Simpson of AllMusic.com writes "Raw is an intriguing effort that demonstrates the Ghost Ease's versatility as well as their enthusiasm. " Check out the full review below.
Steve Fisk, fabled NW producer and artists on Cabin Games, wins the annual award from The Stranger. Hear his work as producer on The Ghost Ease Project RAW, and click the title below for the full article!
The Ghost Ease and their 'Qwi Mai Yab' were featured on the Rising Artist segment of the morning webcast AOL Rise with Mari White. Follow the headline below to watch the clip!
Gyasi Ross speaks on the renaming of Mount McKinley to the original Native name Denali and the implications for Natives and Alaska at large.
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Frequent contributor and film editor for The Stranger pens an in-depth piece on Blak's history and his newest work, #BlakFriday: The Mixtape, for Berlin based magazine Souciant.
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OkayPlayer covers the most recent #BlakFriday offering from Silas Blak, off his upcoming Blak Friday Mixtape Volume 2.
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Ross appears as a guest on MSNBC with Michael Eric Dyson to discuss the Bernie Sanders event in Seattle, and the #BlackLivesMatter and #NativesLivesMatter movement.
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OkayPlayers profiles Silas Blak's "Cops On My Back" video in the context of the anniversary of the death of unarmed teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. Included is the list of names Silas released with the video in memory of the unarmed men and women of color whose lives have ended at the hands of law enforcement officers.
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Daniel Wojciech of the local magazine and blog We Out Here has reviewed Silas Blak's mixtape, released back on June 26th. Writing "Silas Blak is Silas Blak. He is no clone copy or imitation", he speaks on Blak's unique style while addressing the density and gravity of the mixtape where "you get Blak's soul served to you in 10 tracks".
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Charles Mudede of The Stranger gives his thoughts on the new video from Silas Blak, calling it a "rap for the age of #BlackLivesMatter", along with how the track relates to the current crisis of police force against African Americans.
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