Like most websites, VannDigital uses cookies. In order to deliver a personalized, responsive service, & to improve the site, we remember & store information about how you use it. This is done using simple text files called cookies which sit on your computer. These cookies are completely safe & secure and will never contain any sensitive information. They are used only by VannDigital or the trusted partners that we work with.

@ZillaRocca & The #Shadowboxers (feat. @CurlyCastro & @AlexLudovico) » #WeakStomach [EP]

@ZillaRocca & The #Shadowboxers (feat. @CurlyCastro & @AlexLudovico) » #WeakStomach [EP] 2

Three years under the curtain. Dust on the trench coat. Stomach empty. Diner windows daring you to come in and eat. After hours spots whispered in a bottle, hummed under dimly lit corners where the tables are empty. In Philadelphia, where there are no limits, no rules. Anything can go on.

This is the world of Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers. This is Noir Hop. This is ‘Weak Stomach EP‘.

The first release since 2010’s ‘Broken Clocks EP‘, ‘Weak Stomach EP‘ is a collection of shabby pulp scribbles from Zilla Rocca and his taillight chasers The Shadowboxers. For this assignment, his Wrecking Crew gin buddy Curly Castro (Man Bites Dog Records) and Chi-Town drum roller Alex Ludovico joined in-house card shark Blurry Drones for the knockout drops. Small Professor (Coalmine Records) and Has-Lo (Mello Music Group) took time away from fitting cement shoes to lend beats that hit your head like cheap wine.
Weak Stomach - EP Tracklisting
Compiling legitimate liquor from previous Shadowboxers juke joints and Alex Ludovico’sWinning/Losing‘ plus new cuts like a Beatles cover (“Maxwell’s Silver Hammer”), a posse cut in honor of Walter White (“We Got Fangs This Year”), an ode to NYC blade runners (“Blood on Blood Converse”), and crippled romance molded around a stark Elliot Smith lineage (“Stay Clean Remix”), ‘Weak Stomach EP‘ is a real sharp shooter, a precursor for the forthcoming LP ‘No Vacation For Murder‘ (which features Roc Marciano, The Kid Daytona, Geechie Suede, Open Mike Eagle, and more).

Welcome back to Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers‘ brand of gunshot jazz. And don’t speak to the weak of heart. Don’t eat on a weak stomach — play your part.

Also Download On: