Earl Sweatshirt Stays Inside

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Maxwell Schiano

Live and direct from LA, Earl and Standing On the Corner’s Gio serve up fresh raps, unearthed classics and more.

Earl Sweatshirt once again joins Gio of Standing On the Corner, purveyors of beautifully damaged drum-machine soul, for two hours of heat straight from the Best Coast. Together, the two guide listeners from fresh slaps like Roc Marciano’s diamond RR2 cut “The Source” and North Cackalacky rapper Don Lewiz’s lascivious sleeper “Late Nite (Sex)” to stone-cold classics including Nina Simone’s plaintive, reggae-tinged “Baltimore” and Jamaican rockers the Revolutionaries’ spaced-out “Dub My Whole World Down.” Even if you’re in sunny Los Angeles: Stay inside.

Credits:

Produced by Harley Brown
Engineered by Ryan Woodhall

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