It’s a Resurrection

Coalmine Records is excited to announce the limited-edition vinyl release of the Artifacts’ highly regarded 2012 single, “Easter,” which marked the group’s first official release in more than 15 years.

 

Initially released as a digital single on April 3, 2012 (the Tuesday before Easter Sunday), the track later appeared on Coalmine’s decennary compilation, Unearthed, which dropped May 13, 2014.

 

However you heard it—one thing was very clear: despite their time apart, Artifacts emcees Tame One and El Da Sensei sounded as fresh as ever on “Easter.” The New Jersey rappers’ venomous flows are boosted by the neck-breaking production of acclaimed North Carolina producer Khrysis. Making the cipher complete is the turntable work of DJ Dutchmaster, who provides the scratch hook and outro cuts.

 

With this release, “Easter” makes its grand return in the physical form in a limited-edition white vinyl pressing that also includes the instrumental track on the flip. It also takes things back to the old-school by way of a front jacket hole that exposes the label (the heads know what’s up). Head over to Fat Beats to order your copy today!

 

 

*You don’t have to subscribe to any religion to believe in resurrection. -Mass Appeal

 

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