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Wheelchair Sports Camp - Where We All Live EP (Signed CD)

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While supplies last, copies will come SIGNED by Kalyn of Wheelchair Sports Camp and include mini-poster & wheat paste recipe!

From their inception, Wheelchair Sports Camp has turned heads without regret. From Kalyn Heffernan's high-pitched, technical rhymes, and strange beats to Abi McGaha Miller's wailing tenor saxophone and heartfelt vocals, WSC is a unique mixture of independent hip-hop, soul, and jazz that is simultaneously thought and dance provoking. Their debut EP, "Where We All Live" is yet another bold statement to this effect and the sports camp crew has evolved their sound crossing new boundaries and experimenting with new flavors. 

"Without a single throwaway, Wheelchair has delivered its strongest, most articulate release yet." -The Westword 

"Where We All Live" may be Wheelchair Sports Camp's first real quality recording, but the lo-fi sound and DIY attitude haven't left the Denver band one bit. Kalyn's beats lay the soundtrack for the group's quarter-life crisis with a funky, new approach. Abi's soulful voice shines brightly through the clouded world, and her saxophone skills add clarity to the confusion. The titular track contemplates on the trials of entering adulthood, especially for Kalyn who, due to a disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, hasn't grown an inch above an average six year old. The upbeat track and Abi's catchy chorus will echo in the listener's mind days after a listen. Other tracks, however, show the band's unabashed desire to be accessible music while forcing political and philosophical contemplation from their audience. 

From their inception, Wheelchair Sports Camp has turned heads without regret. From Kalyn Heffernan's high-pitched, technical rhymes, and strange beats to Abi McGaha Miller's wailing tenor saxophone and heartfelt vocals, WSC is a unique mixture of independent hip-hop, soul, and jazz that is simultaneously thought and dance provoking. Their debut EP, "Where We All Live" is yet another bold statement to this effect and the sports camp crew has evolved their sound crossing new boundaries and experimenting with new flavors. 

"Without a single throwaway, Wheelchair has delivered its strongest, most articulate release yet." -The Westword 

"Where We All Live" may be Wheelchair Sports Camp's first real quality recording, but the lo-fi sound and DIY attitude haven't left the Denver band one bit. Kalyn's beats lay the soundtrack for the group's quarter-life crisis with a funky, new approach. Abi's soulful voice shines brightly through the clouded world, and her saxophone skills add clarity to the confusion. The titular track contemplates on the trials of entering adulthood, especially for Kalyn who, due to a disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, hasn't grown an inch above an average six year old. The upbeat track and Abi's catchy chorus will echo in the listener's mind days after a listen. Other tracks, however, show the band's unabashed desire to be accessible music while forcing political and philosophical contemplation from their audience.

"With a philanthropic mission and a killer backing band, this group defines progressive hip-hop in the new millennium." - The Boston Phoenix 

Having already been featured in SPIN Magazine, The Huffington Post, Colorado Public Radio, and the cover of Village Voice, Wheelchair Sports Camp is a band primed and ready to take their place in the national hip-hop scene. 

"If there were ever a moment for a queer, disabled rapper with a love for pot, jokes, and revolution to be a star, the moment is now." - The Village Voice 


Tracklisting:
01 Intro
02 Are You Hung Up?
03 Where We All Live
04 Dream Up
05 Don't Force The Funk
06 Justice'nt Right

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