“Routeurethane – a song about the formative years of the internet, milestones that recently have occurred, scenarios that happen around the city while driving around “in that capsule”. The song’s title is a reference to the Route 66 arcade/skating rink on 66th and King Drive in Chicago directly next to Parkway Gardens aka O-Block.”
Chicago MC Vyle can look forward to a busy 2010 with the mixtape “Hoodtronics Vol.2” that just dropped and another mixtape called “C/A/C/H/E” coming later in the spring leading up to an album later this year featuring all kinds of collaborations including The Very Best, Anti Pop Consortium, Kid Sister etc. We’ve got two remixes from “Hoodtronics Vol. 2”, one from fellow Chicago club music king Rob Threezy and another one from Parisian producer DJ Edjotronic, we also got the brand new track “Everything All Black” (produced by two of France’s finest, Mr. Oizo & SebastiAn)
Vyle releases a new installment of his Hoodtronics mixtape series. The first version mixed by Flosstradamus in 2007 (Rolling Stone Mag’s Best DJ’s of 2008) was met with alot of praise, it’s packed with collaborations between many of today’s upcoming electro, dance and rap artists (such as Surkin, Radioclit, DatA, Kid Sister).
This next installment is just as packed to the brim with collaborations, remixes etc. as the first mixtape and shows Vyle evolving even more, production coming from Tepr, Daedelus, Chuck Inglish (The Cool Kids), Million Dolla Mano and vocal apperances by Mestizo and High Priest (from newly reformed Anti-Pop Consortium), this mixtape reassures us that 2009 is going to a great year for Vyle.