New/old RJD2: Find You Out


RJD2 came out of hiding today with a pretty massive update on his doings, the highlight of which is the creation of his own label, RJ’s Electrical Connections.

In the process, RJ says he’s acquired his first three releases – Deadringer, Since We Last Spoke, The Horror EP – for the label and just this week he digitally released three albums of B-sides/rarities he previously put out on the Bustown Pride label. Your Face or Your Kneecaps, In Rare Form and Things Go Better: Instrumentals are now yours for the taking at eMusic, etc.

Also, RJ says he’s going to release a box set in October “commemorating close to 10 years in the game” and that he’s finished his new album.

Really, it’s a lot to digest. But the good folks at The Orchard offered me a track from Your Face or Your Kneecaps to share while you sort out all the good news.

I Used to Love H.E.R.: RJD2
10 questions with RJD2

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