Out now: old & new school electro and bass from LA
LA-based DJ/producer Nuklear Prophet readies his full-length album Prophecies 11:21 on all formats.
Hailing from downtown Los Angeles, Nuklear Prophet, aka Erik Villalpando, is heavily inﬂuenced by West Coast Hip Hop and Electro. Winning multiple DJ awards, including 3x World Records DJ Competition under
his DJ Dope-E alias, Villalpando cites his inspiration as coming from some of the most inﬂuential Los Angeles DJs of his childhood, including Tony G, DJ Joe Cooley, Julio G, and DJ Aladdin.
After his delicious old-school electro-hiphop EP L.A. Rockz of last month, we present an eclectic and energetic collection of gems mined from his overwhelming archive. The album takes in genres such as Electro, Hip Hop, Footwork, Juke, and beyond. The result is a eclectic collection of electro (related) tracks, that will entertain the listener for 75 minutes. Energic, melodic and funky - this album is perfect to listen to while working or working out!
The album comes in three different physical formats (vinyl, CD and cassette), each with awesome artwork by Utrecht based grafitti and tattoo artist deeffeed_.
All formats are distributed worldwide by Kudos Distribution.
Read all about this release on the Discography page.
Available everywhere for download and streaming now. Downloads and streams are available on our Bandcamp page too; this is also a great place to pre-order the limited edition 180 grams colored double vinyl (12 tracks), the CD (with 15 tracks) and cassette version (with 17 tracks):