Roll Out Cassette
FREE digital download, and info: http://www.ak45.com/roll-out
I'm all about the cassette tape right now. My bitchin' Camaro has a cassette player, and instead of trying to circumvent it with tape adapters and FM transmitters, I'm embracing the technology. I bought a Nakamichi DR-2 recorder and hit up the thrift stores for blank tapes. I love the process of going from vinyl, to digital, to tape. It's a great marriage of technologies, and in the end I get to hold something.
Buy a cassette from me and it will be the best possible quality: straight from 48 KHz 24 Bit digital audio, through the Nakamichi, to tape. Every copy is a master! Plus it'll be super personalized n' shit. Sorry for the price, but it's a small reflection of the amount of time I spend on each tape.
Idle Hands CD
Listen on http://soundcloud.com/ak45/idle-hands
My first mix, limited to 500 CDs, with a few dozen left. Heading back to 2003, when turntablism, and trip-hip were the rage. Kid Koala's Scratchcratchratchatch was the gold standard for mixtapes, and a big influence on me for this mix. Idle Hands continues in this style: a mix of various thrift store gems, from children's records, to classical, to funk.