RJ Krohn, better known as RJD2 finishes off where he started yesterday on The Untz Podcast. After working his way up through the hip-hop scene in Columbus, RJ struck off on his own with a couple of solo efforts that put him solidly on the map, 2002's Deadringer and Since We Last Spoke from 2004. We discuss his early productions, 2010's The Colossus, and his Mad Men theme song.
RJD2 can be see at The Mid this Friday in Chicago, and he'll be joining Adam Deitch and Borham Lee of Break Science this July at Camp Bisco X in Mariaville, NY. Also, RJ's newest concert video, Live at the Rave, is out now on iTunes.
Mickey Kellerman, keyboardist for Future Rock, joins The Untz Podcast next week. Future Rock just released its third studio album, Nights, and will be hitting the festival circuit hard again this summer. On that note, you can see Kellerman et. al. at the Thursday, late-night pre-party in the barn at Summer Camp, and again on Saturday during the late afternoon. Mickey will also be joining Wyllys and The New York Hustler Ensemble, which features Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Crenshaw of Trey Band, late-night Friday in the 312 Vibe Tent.
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