Synonyms for ninjasonik or Related words with ninjasonik

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Examples of "ninjasonik"
Chief Records was launched in 2007 and includes artists Ninjasonik, DJ Dirty Finger and Andersonic.
Ninjasonik are a Brooklyn-based rap duo composed of frontman Telli and DJ-turned-vocalist Jah-Jah.
Since its grand opening on June 6, Bodega has thrown shows with close friends Japanther, The Death Set, Ninjasonik, Danger, DJ Dirty Finger, Smarts, Hidden Power, The Hood Gang, and dozens of other local and touring acts.
The video clip also includes cameos by doppelganger DJs Andrew and Andrew, Brooklyn rap crew Ninjasonik, photographer Nicky Digital, MTV News correspondent James Montgomery, Elle Magazine creative director Joe Zee,'s own Jared Eng, Jersey Shore's The Situation, singer Wynter Gordon, actress Zelda Williams and her father, comedian and actor Robin Williams.
Black Lips • Tim & Eric • Lightning Bolt • No Age • Converge • Lucero • Fucked Up • Glass Candy • Dillinger Escape Plan • Torche • The Thermals • Times New Viking • Wavves • Mika Miko • Darker My Love • Crystal Antlers • Woods • Telepathe • Peanut Butter Wolf • Japanther • the Strange Boys • Cold Cave • Kurt Vile • Avi Buffalo • Dios • Eat Skull • Ninjasonik • Nobunny • Carbonas • Har Mar Superstar
Ninjasonik are native New Yorkers: Telli grew up in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn while Jah-Jah was born and raised in The Bronx. Their music combines elements of hip-hop, electro and punk. Their latest release "No Sword Or Masks" landed on Decon Records on July 27, 2011 and featured a guest appearance from Theophilus London.
Jahphet Negast Landis (born 1984), known professionally as Roofeeo, is a Panamanian Drummer, DJ, and Music Producer. He is known for his participation in the Art Punk band The Death Set. Landis has a longstanding association with TV On The Radio, playing drums for the band after the death of bassist Gerard Smith and drummer Jaleel Bunton's move to Bass & Keys. He has also recorded/ played drums for Björk, Kanye West, Santigold, Spank Rock, Amanda Blank, Ninjasonik, and Theophilus London.
Japanther is a band established by Matt Reilly and Ian Vanek, then students at Pratt Institute. Japanther was featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial and the 2011 Venice Biennale, and has collaborated with a diverse pool of artists such as gelitin, Penny Rimbaud, Gee Vaucher, Dan Graham, Eileen Myles, Kevin Bouton-Scott, robbinschilds, Dawn Riddle, Claudia Meza, Todd James, Devin Flynn, Ninjasonik, Anita Sparrow and Spank Rock. Japanther has made its name with unique performance situations, appearing alongside synchronized swimmers, atop the Williamsburg Bridge, with giant puppets, marionettes and shadow puppets, in the back of a moving truck in Soho, and at shows with giant dinosaurs and BMXers flying off the walls.
On August 28, 2012 Hesta Prynn both announced and released her second EP "We Could Fall in Love" which features a dance-based club sound and features production by Mad Decent's Derek "DJA" Allen, DJ Teenwolf formerly of Ninjasonik and newcomer Ido vs the World. She teamed up with Slavin for the video which features neon colors, x-ray images and a VHS aesthetic. Of the new sound Prynn says "I'm a child of the '90s. I'm a New York City hip-hop kid inspired by LA dance music. I like to put it all together."
Ninjasonik started in late 2006-early 2007 when fellow DJ's Jah Jah Brown and Kevin Ross began writing and recording songs in Bushwick, NY. The original songs were best described as sarcastic incantations which lyrically played with themes like pregnancy and racial identities. The tunes were sung over beats similar to Baltimore Club Music. In mid-2007, they released a mixtape which featured a handful of original songs mixed with various other tracks. The most recognizable of their songs was "Tight Pants", a song which aggressively shouted about being black and wearing tight pants, a taboo idea at the time (since hip hop and black culture emphasized baggy pants at the time). The song quickly gained recognition within segments of the New York club and indie rock scenes. In fall 2007, the group produced a YouTube music video for "Tight Pants" and it went viral. Shortly after that, Kevin met Michael Ratcliffe (a.k.a. Telli Gramz) at a bar in Brooklyn and invited him to record a rap verse on a remix of the song. Telli soon joined the group. Between 2007-2010, the group toured and performed nationally and internationally and released several more mixtapes and albums. In summer 2010, DJ Teenwolf left the group. Jah Jah and Telli continue to perform and record under the Ninjasonik moniker
TheOGM was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, raised in Linden, New Jersey; Eaddy is from Newark, New Jersey. Both were part of the same performing arts collective, the NJstreetKLAN (also known as the JerseyKLAN) and formed the group in Newark in 2012. They were influenced by hip-hop and gangsta rappers (DMX and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony) in their teens, but later began attending underground punk shows in Brooklyn featuring Japanther, Cerebral Ballzy and The Death Set as well as Ninjasonik, Theophilus London and the A.L.I.E.N. art shows. The band also cites influences that include horror movies and director/former White Zombie frontman Rob Zombie. Critics have noted the band’s cinematic influences as well as those of its punk and hip-hop roots, though the band has been compared to Death Grips, Black Flag, Big Black and Bad Brains.