Chicago producers Scud One (Cult Classic, The Dirty Science, 2013/2014) and T-White (The Gift Vol. V, Street Corner Music, 2014) have been working together musically for the last four years. Scud One is a producer and lyricist whose work on “Cult Classic” and “Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid” – alongside artist Denmark Vessey – was called “Organic and thoughtful, political and soulful, and without being quirky or removed from the streets” (Daniel Isenberg – nahright.com, Complex Magazine).
Scud One has worked with artists including Quelle Chris, Guilty Simpson, and Exile, among others. T-White is a music producer, and animator whose record debut was the fifth volume in the ten volume “The Gift” series compiled by House Shoes (Street Corner Music). He has produced for Denmark Vessey on “Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid” and 2015’s “Martin Lucid Dream”. T-White produced the single “Don’t Smoke K2” which was featured on NPR’s “Songs We Love”.
“Steven Tyler” is a title derived from the combination of both artists first names.Scud One (Steven) and T-White (Tyler) focus on the integration of beats, interludes and spoken word comedy skits delivered with absurd and sometimes sardonic wit. It’s a packed album, filled with colourful sounds, spacey artwork and irreverent humour throughout. As a collaborative effort, it showcases the strengths of both its producers, and makes for a unique blend.