Nootrac: Who says white guys can’t rap?

Nootrac: Who says white guys can’t rap?


Music by Nootrac.

Extreme Croquet

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Welcome To The Ultra-Past

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Be sure to check out Nootrac’s latest album entitled “Citizens of the Ultra-Past.”

Because time is cyclical, the present can be seen as a simultaneous collection of past events. Nootrac calls this time the Ultra-Past, which includes everything from the rise of single-celled organisms to last Thursday.  Roman Centurions, shag carpeting, Druids, and wooden shoes all coexist in the Ultra-Past.

Drawing from these elements, Nootrac creates music with a timeless feel.  Accordingly, the music for “Citizens of the Ultra-Past” incorporates banjos, Japanese lutes, traditional African chants and teeth-rattling, true-school hip-hop.  The lyrics are densely crafted poetry, completely devoid of trite, vulgar consumerism and faux-gangster bravado.

Welcome to the Ultra-Past.

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