The Cold Crush Brothers
Interview by Frank Broughton, Rock's Backpages audio, 1 October 1998
From discovering the breaks to the most enthralling stage act in hip hop's first decade, Cold Crush Brothers' Charlie Chase — a rare Hispanic DJ — takes us back to the park jams and the PALs, and the DJs like Bam, Flash and Theodore.
File format: mp3; file size: 54.4mb, interview length: 59' 27" sound quality: ****
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Review by J.D. Considine, Musician, April 1984
AS HIP-HOP, the rapping and scratching music of the break dancers, bounces out of the urban subculture and into the mainstream, it's reasonable enough to ...
Review by Jack Barron, New Musical Express, 17 December 1988
SQUASHED OFF in the opposite direction are the Brothers. While hip hop in general is surfing on a newfound musical sophistication, with crews like The ...
Retrospective and Interview by Frank Owen, Vibe, December 1994
Most of what you know about the old school is wrong. ...
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