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For over two decades, Atmosphere has maintained a course of rigorous output, releasing over two dozen studio albums, EP’s and collaborative side projects in as many years. In that time, the venerated duo have built a legacy out of bringing honesty, humility and vulnerability to the forefront of their music, continually challenging themselves to evolve without straying too far from their roots. Slug has proven masterful at storytelling and writing compelling narratives, leaving a trail of his own influence while paying homage to the rappers and songwriters that helped shape him. Ant has skillfully molded the soundtracks with inspiration from soul, funk, rock, reggae, and the wizardry of hip-hop’s pioneering DJ’s and producers, creating his own trademark sounds while providing the pulse for songs about life, love, stress and setbacks. At its essence, Atmosphere has been a musical shepherd, and with each new album comes a new journey as they guide generations of listeners through this thing called life.
Three decades ago, B-Real, Sen Dog, and DJ Muggs sparked a trip that left popular culture stoned, stunned, and staggering in anticipation for more. Naming themselves after a local street in Los Angeles, Cypress Hill burst on the scene in 1991 with the release of their self-titled debut album. The singles “How I Could Just Kill a Man” and “The Phuncky Feel One” became underground hits, and the group’s public pro-marijuana stance earned them many fans among the alternative rock community. Cypress Hill followed their debut with Black Sunday in the summer of 1993, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200, garnered three GRAMMY® Award nominations, and went triple platinum in the U.S. As a result, Cypress Hill became the first rap group to have two albums in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 charts at the same time and are the first Latino-American hip-hop group to achieve platinum and multi-platinum success. Since the release of Black Sunday, Cypress Hill have put out seven more albums including 2018’s critically acclaimed, Elephants on Acid. Cypress Hill made history once again in 2019 when the group was honored with their very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2021, Cypress Hill released “Champion Sound.” Produced by Black Milk, the single appears on the soundtrack of R.B.I Baseball 21, the eighth installment of the R.B.I. franchise developed by Major League Baseball and is also the featured song for the band’s partnership with Montejo Cerveza. Cypress Hill will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their self-titled debut this year with a SONY reissue on vinyl, 7-inch box set, a reissue across all DSP’s that includes eight unreleased tracks, as well as a graphic novel. The band also announced their very own STANCE sock (out now) and will be releasing their “Hits From The Bong” documentary as part of Mass Appeal’s “Hip Hop 50” franchise in partnership with Showtime.
“Met her at Coachella, I went to see Jigga, she went to see Z–Trip… Perfect” – Frank Ocean “Novacane”
Few DJs have had as big an impact on music and culture as Z–Trip. He is an award–winning global DJ and Producer, and is often referred to as the pioneer of the mashup movement.
Z–Trip’s roots are in Hip–Hop but there’s no style of music he doesn’t touch. This allows him to collaborate with just about anybody. The list of artists he’s worked with reads like the best Spotify playlist ever. Linkin Park, LSDREAM, Nile Rodgers, Public Enemy, Lee Scratch Perry, Tom Morello, Nas, Galactic, Travis Barker, Shepard Fairey, Run The Jewels, Talib Kweli, Karl Denson, Busta Rhymes and many more. For almost a decade he’s been performing alongside Hip–Hop legend LL Cool J. Their shows have been described as so exemplary that the “crowd can barely handle the greatness.” The two have been continuing that momentum with the launch of LL Cool J’s new channel on Sirius XM, “Rock The Bells Radio”.
As a performer, Z–Trip not only plays traditional festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits, but he’s also a staple in the EDM world. His Electric Daisy Carnival, Holy Ship and Shambhala sets are always festival highlights.
“Shifting Gears”, Z–Trip’s artist debut album, received 4 stars in Rolling Stone. His subsequent releases also given high praise. He has remixed tracks for Nirvana, The Beastie Boys, Rush, Jay–Z, Motown and The Bob Marley estate. As a composer, Z–Trip has done numerous work for video games such as EA Sports “Madden”, “SSX” and “Skate” as well as Activision’s “DJ Hero” series. He’s featured as an avatar in the game alongside Daft Punk, Tiesto, DJ AM, Deadmau5 and other icons.
Z–Trip’s presence in TV & film is equally impressive. He curated, performed and led the tribute to friend LL Cool J for The Kennedy Center Honors. He was one of the 5 members of the musical super group that closed out the 55th Grammys with what Vulture called “ The Best Rap Rock collaboration ever”. He’s worked on movies “The Boss”, ”Battle of the Year,” and “Drum Battle”. Z–Trip also scored music for the documentaries “Infamy,” “Scratch: All The Way Live” and was the special music supervisor and composer on “La Bare” directed by good friend Joe Manganiello. His latest project, live–scoring Harold Lloyd’s silent film classics via turntables, premiered at both Tribeca and AFI Film Festivals to rave reviews.
Whether in the studio, behind the decks or behind the scenes, Z –Trip continues to push the boundaries beyond what we’re expecting and wow us with his innate sense of what it takes to make us dance, think & discover.