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December 5, 2012
The Brooklyn chamber ensemble discuss their origins and finding inspiration in death.
March 21, 2012
Brooklyn’s Crinkles debuts a new video, an upcoming album and kicks off tour with SoftSpot.
May 20, 2008
When Time Machine first dropped “Slow Your Roll” in 2004, many fans of throwback hip-hop sang the group’s praises; penning innovative songs like “Spelling Bee” and “Personal Ads (featuring Romen Rok),” the trio of Jayson, Comel, and DJ Mekalek hustled and flowed their way to the top of many “best of 2004″ hip-hop charts.