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PR: !llmind Announces "Beh!nd the Curta!n"
Posted by Steve Juon at Thursday, March 10th, 2011 at 12:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

From Nature Sounds:

!llmind Announces "Beh!nd the Curta!n"

Despite being one of hip-hop’s most in-demand producers, !llmind has never before released an official album of his own.  The New Jersey native, who has provided soundscapes for hip-hop royalty like 50 Cent, Eminem, Little Brother, Redman, 2pac, and Scarface, will team up with Nature Sounds on April 21st to release his first instrumental project, Beh!nd The Curta!n.  To give fans a true look "behind the curtain," !llmind will also be releasing the album’s audio stems (drums parts, bass parts, horns parts, etc.) through a download card in the first 1000 CDs and through his Bandcamp page.

While hip-hop producers are known to operate in secrecy, !llmind hopes to inspire the next generation of track masters. “The purpose of the album is to showcase the love that I have for unique and innovative ways to put together beats," he explains. "There are different techniques I've learned throughout the years, and I'm hoping production fans take notice!  I know my fellow producers will have fun with the stems." To celebrate the album, !llmind is also launching a new remix contest. Using the stems to the BTC track "Next Round", producers are challenged to make the best (and most original) beat using ONLY THOSE SOUNDS.  The winner will receive a $100 credit to the Nature Sounds store (which offers CDs, Vinyl, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Slipmats, and more).  !llmind will pick the winner to the contest; enter at

When he's not in the studio creating, !llmind stays busy. His collaborative album with Skyzoo, Live From The Tape Deck, was recently released to critical acclaim, and his monthly live producer showcase "B.L.A.P." has become the premier platform for the top young production talent in the Big Apple.  In addition, !ll teaches at NYU's Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, schooling the next generation in a class called "Future Music Moguls."  For his album, though, !llmind has decided to place the focus back where it started: on the beats.


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