Day 27 Challenge

Before we get to today's challenge, the twenty seventh mission of the March of Scrubs, let's check out the artist spotlight for today, March 27th: Torrentz:

Torrentz of Scrub Club Records

Remember… remember… the 5th of November?

On the 5th of November 2009, two Nerdcore artists that met on the boards of Rhymetorrents.org (currently Nerdcore Now) submitted  their first Songfight track "Welcome Home Frank." Although that particular entry didn't win, it did pave the way for one of the first Nerdcore Supergroups, Torrentz. London-based producer / rapper Milk-Plus and his US counterpart Fatback Supreme continued to write and record, submitting regularly to Songfight, while recruiting a host of fresh rap talent from the Nerdcore community to feature on their tracks. GameMusic4All Records picked up their debut EP "Let's Get Bloody," and it was officially released in April 2010.

The transatlantic divide between founders Milk-Plus and Fatback Supreme defined Torrentz as an internet recording act from the outset and without the pressures of taking the show on the road, they were able to focus on creating an expanding collective. More than anything else, Torrentz is a producer collective with each member using his or her abilities as a multi-instrumentalist, beatsmith, emcee, producer, and singer to showcase an ever-increasing arsenal of collaborators. "At any given time, it changes form, turning from one firetruck of artists into a giant robot made up of other artists" has been one of the more colourful attempts to describe the band.

In 2011, Torrentz stepped up a gear, firstly by welcoming Seattle-based Nerdcore and Chiptune Maestro Klopfenpop to the core member fold, while also signing to Scrub Club Records and releasing their first food-related concept album "The Big Kahuna."

Having featured an international cast of Hip Hop veterans and up-and-comers alike (such as Beefy, Whoremoans, The Ranger, Billy The Fridge, Marc With a C, et al), over 25 guest artists have appeared on Torrentz songs after just two albums.

There are four things Torrentz is about:

1. Great music.

3. Free music.

4. Community.

These values made Torrentz and Scrub Club an almost inevitable fit.

For social info, music videos, and to download their 2 group albums and 2 featured albums for free, click right here.

 

And now, your mission awaits:

Today is Listener-Submitted Photo Day! Here's what we would love for you to do:

1. Do you have pictures of yourself repping Scrub Club to the fullest? Wearing our merch, dressing like your favorite Scrubs, placing our stickers or flyers in interesting places? If you don't, today is the perfect time to snap 'em!

2. We want to show off our listeners, so grab some pics and send them in!

3. Submitting photos is easy – If you're friends with MadHatter on Facebook, attach a file to your message. If you want to use email, then send your pics to madhatter@scrubclubrecords.com. Or, if you upload it elsewhere, just send Hatter a message with the link.

 

And there you have it, challenge 27 of The March of Scrubs is complete! Stay tuned for more fresh updates about Torrentz at different times today, and thank you so much for promoting. Much love to all of our Scrubby family out there!

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