Tag Archives: Molemen Records

New Joint – Panik

Panik – “Approach To Danger” (@MolemenRecords / 2014)

Dramatic instrumental vibes from the veteran Molemen producer.

New Joint – Panik

Panik – “As Right As Rain” (@MolemenRecords / 2014)

Taken from the Chicago production vet’s forthcoming instrumental release.

New Joint – Big L / Panik

Big L – “Flamboyant – Panik Remix” (@MolemenRecords / 2014)

Chicago-based producer Panik puts a new twist on a Harlem favourite.

New Joint – Jamal Science / Panik

Jamal Science – “Simply Amazin'” (MolemenRecords.Com / 2013)

Title track off the Chicago emcee’s new EP produced by Panik of the Molemen.

New Joint – Panik / Psalm One

Panik ft. Psalm One – “Queen Until” (Molemen Records / 2013)

Taken from the Molemen producer’s forthcoming album “Coloring Outside The Lines”.

New Joint – Panik

Panik – “Hitman For Hire” (@MolemenRecords / 2013)

Dramatic instrumental flavour from Chicago’s Molemen camp.

The Astonishingly ODD Project Album Download – Astonish

The Chicago lyricist returns with this free album project in conjunction with Molemen Records – download here.

Words From Molemen Records:

After releasing 2008’s “From Now Until Forever”, Astonish returns with a vengeance. The “AstonishinglyOdd Project” is a powerful 15 song album which truly captures the range an artist like Astonish embodies. He took a couple years to hone his already trademark sound and elevated it to another plateau.

Astonish has found an incredible balance between melody and lyricism; never sacrificing one for the other. The “AstonishinglyOdd Project” is filled with life stories, punch lines, witty lyricism, and melodic hooks. Astonish demonstrates why he’s one of the best young lyricists in Hip-Hop today. From the very beginning of the album you feel his clear cut flow hitting every pocket of the track like a true professional. This album has something for everyone.

“Trees” finds Astonish explaining the ups and the downs of these past couple of years over Odd Couple production. He recounts on lost friendships, chasing the dreams, and the strength of his family; yet he manages to tie it all in together with an incredible hook that will not easily leave your mind after you listen to it. On “ Shine Like Dilla” (the first single from the album), Astonish brings forth lyricism and melody in a way only a few can do. Punch line after punch line, this song will captivate the Hip-Hop listener, and the hook will demonstrate the range in Astonish’s song writing abilities. From “Fill Up the Room” to “Living Comfortable”, Astonish does an impeccable job at creating music anyone can feel and enjoy.

Astonish may have taken a couple years off to create this project, but he’s back like he never missed a beat.

Astonish – “Lord Forgive Me” (Molemen Records / 2011)