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Examples of "sixtoo"
Sixtoo entirely produced Isaiah Toothtaker's "Sea Punk Funk" in 2012.
Saturday: Justin Nozuka, Sixtoo, Maxime Robin, Tony Ezzy, Daft Punk's Electroma (film screening)
On his 2005 album "Alone, Not Alone", he collaborated with hip hop music producer Sixtoo.
Sixtoo was the main project of a Canadian underground hip hop DJ, producer and rapper Vaughn Robert Squire between 1996 and 2007. He has since retired the Sixtoo name pursuing other directions in electronic music, with a large genre shift from experimental hip hop to deeper club sounds of various tempos. He is also known as C.L. S.C.A.R.R., Speakerbruiser Rob, and Prison Garde.
Chewing on Glass & Other Miracle Cures is a studio album by the Canadian underground hip hop artist Sixtoo. It was released on the Ninja Tune label in 2004.
In 2003, Sixtoo signed to Ninja Tune. His debut album on the label, "Chewing on Glass & Other Miracle Cures", has won acclaim in the international electronic beats community in 2004.
Basing most of his career out of Orlando, he toured relentlessly throughout North America and Europe playing shows with Grand Buffet, Deerhoof, Sixtoo, Sole, Shape Shifters, Solillaquists of Sound and others.
Maid of Gold is the debut album from Canadian instrumental hip hop duo Villain Accelerate, consisting of Sixtoo and Stigg of the Dump. It was released on Mush Records in 2003.
In 2007, Lunice played his first gig at Hovatron's monthly Bass Culture in Montréal, where he met Sixtoo, and was invited to perform at the Megasoid parties. He has been a part of the Turbo Crunk crew ever since.
Villain Accelerate is a Canadian instrumental hip hop duo. It consists of underground hip hop artists Sixtoo and Stigg of the Dump. To date, the duo has released one album.
The company also "managed" other Canadian indie acts such as Buck 65, Sixtoo, Hip Club Groove and Cheklove. Costanzo also has another record company called Four Ways To Rock.
Matt Chang, also known by his stage name Bay Blue, is an underground hip hop producer based in Oakland, California. He has collaborated with Sole, Pedestrian and Sixtoo under the alias Matth.
Jackals and Vipers in Envy of Man is a studio album by the Canadian underground hip hop artist Sixtoo. It was released on the Ninja Tune label in 2007.
The group's original lineup also included Sixtoo and Gordski, who both left the band before their full-length debut album but remained occasional collaborators. Another sometime collaborator was "Stinkin' Rich" Terfry, who later became better known as solo hip hop artist Buck 65.
In 2000, Sixtoo moved to Montreal where he signed on with UK based record label Vertical Form. Soon after came the release of "Antagonist Survival Kit", a synth-based sample album that showcased both sides of his skills: on the mic and on the sampler.
He released "Sea Punk Funk" on Anticon in July 2012. It is entirely produced by Sixtoo. It features vocal contributions from Western Tink, ShowYouSuck, Antwon, and Murs. Dan Gibson of "Tucson Weekly" described the album as "dark and ominous stuff which might not be for everyone, but creative and weird in the best possible way."
Sixtoo rose to prominence in the mid 1990s underground hip hop scene initially as half of Halifax, Nova Scotia hip hop duo Sebutones, along with Buck 65. During that time, he worked with Sage Francis, Moka Only, Mr. Dibbs and other members of Anticon.
Mr. Dibbs formed his own turntablist crew 1200 Hobos in the early 1990s. The crew's rotating line-up has included Doseone, Jel, Buck 65, Sixtoo, Adverse, DJ Signify, DJ Mayonnaise, DJ Skip among others, and at its largest numbered 23 members. They have released two mixtapes.
Canadian acts include Plastikman, Richie Hawtin, Akufen, Deadbeat, Jacob Fairley, Pheek, Jeremy P. Caulfield, Tim Hecker, Martin Tétreault, Mitchell Akiyama, Mike Shannon, Ghislain Poirier, Solvent, The Mole, Sixtoo, Cobblestone Jazz, Mathew Jonson, Junior Boys, Loscil, Aidan Baker, Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts, Jesse Somfay, Mark Templeton, Secret Mommy, Kid Koala, Knifehandchop, Megasoid, and many others.
The second track "We Ain't Fessin' (Double Quotes)" and the third track "Pitty Party People" are posse cuts by Anticon. They feature Alias, Passage, Doseone, Pedestrian, Why?, and Sole on vocals. The songs are produced by Jel, DJ Mayonnaise, Alias, Odd Nosdam, and Sixtoo.