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Last week M.I. and DJ Cutt from Constant Deviants were in New York for a busy schedule of radio interviews promoting their new album “Omerta” which released on Tuesday June 28th through Six2Six Records.

It is being distributed worldwide on vinyl and CD formats from July 15th through Fatbeats, and is available to buy now as a digital download direct from the label’s BANDCAMP

On Wednesday June 29th, having been in Brooklyn to guest on DJ Bazarro’s Beatminerz Radio show, they then travelled through to New Jersey to drop in on DJ C Reality, Greystoke, Mateo and Dave Rock at Flip The Script Radio.

The show broadcasts live every Wednesday from 8pm – 11pm EST, and the stream uploaded to their Mixcloud – check it out

More audio streams and videos of their various guests appearances are being uploaded to the internet and we’ll highlight them all here. They include freestyles by M.I., in depth interviews about the group’s history, thoughts on all things hip hop and the whole background to the concept of the new album.

There ares also rare discussions with DJ Cutt about his production techniques, so well worth checking it out.

Keep up to date with them on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts, @Six2SixShift & @IncredibleCutts and over on their Facebook Page

Check out their most recent single from the album “DeLorean”

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Constant Deviants began their visit to NYC promoting their new album “Omerta” last Sunday with their appearance on DJ Eclipse’s Sirius XM Rap is Outta Control Show, and on the final day of their stay in the city they head over to Brooklyn this evening to guest on The Bodega Cold Kutz Show.

The show hosted by J2ThaMar and Jay Drilla has DJ Joe Bodega and DJ Toshi on the decks, and tonight will also have Fred Ones and Rhinoceros Funk from Guerrilla Grooves Radio in the studio. M.I. and DJ Cutt were guests of The Bronx’s Guerrilla Grooves show earlier this week

It is definitely going to be lively as Baltimore, New Jersey, The Bronx and Brooklyn will all be represented in the house!

You can stream & watch live online from 5pm – 8pm EST via http://bodegacoldkutznyc.com

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Earlier today, the latest of several reviews of the new album to be published this week appeared online, this time by UK magazine Shout4Music.

Afforded a strong rating, read their full appraisal HERE

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The album released on Tuesday June 28th is being distributed worldwide on CD and vinyl formats, while the digital version is available direct from the Six2Six Records Bandcamp

Look out for more press & media coverage in the weeks ahead, with further new audio and video releases in the pipeline. Meanwhile keep up to date with Constant Deviants on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and over on their Facebook Page

CHECK OUT THE “OMERTA” ALBUM STREAM

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Constant Deviants will be back on the airwaves tonight, live in the studio of two more radio stations as they continue to promote their new album “Omerta” which released earlier this week on Six2Six Records.

It’s being distributed worldwide on both CD and vinyl formats, and is available to buy digitally via the label’s BANDCAMP

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First up tonight, they take the trip through to Valley Stream NY to check in on Da One Show on YAC Radio.

Da One Show broadcasts live every Thursday from 6pm – 8pm EST, and expect to hear their interview section during the first hour of the show. You can listen n live via TuneIn There’s other options available via YacRadio.com

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Next up, they travel back through to Brooklyn and will be live in the studio with PF Cuttin on his East NY Radio show.

The show broadcasts from 8pm – 10pm EST, and you can expect to hear the guys live from 8.30pm including a freestyle session. You can listen in live on MXLR or watch it on UStream

All options are on PF’s WEBSITE

Good people, so try & catch the shows if you can

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Meanwhile, keep up to date with Constant Deviants on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift, on their FACEBOOK PAGE, and check out the official “Omerta” album stream

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East coast duo Constant Deviants return a year after releasing the critically acclaimed “Avant Garde” with a new concept album “Omerta”, out 28th June through Six2Six Records on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

Following precedents set by Kool Keith’s “Tashan Dorsett” and Little Brother’s “The Minstrel Show”, Emcee M.I. and DJ Cutt draw from their respective Italian and Russian heritages to adopt the roles of Luciano and Lansky in this themed presentation which has their trademark classic hip hop sound at its core.

M.I. will be appearing in the new film “Six2Six” co:starring Treach, Selena Johnson and Chief Rocker Busy Bee due out later in the year, while the group will be launching a new “Tre Volte” freestyle video series in the weeks ahead.

First single from the new album is “So Underrated” launched today. Check the stream

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The full tracklist of “Omerta” is as follows (all tracks produced by DJ Cutt)

1 – GTFOH
2 – Newspaper Man
3 – Bada Bing
4 – So Underrated
5 – Plata O Plomo
6 – I-95
7 – Make My Bones
8 – Sparks Steakhouse
9 – Delorean
10 – Fuklinski
11 – Reign Storms
12 – Untitled
13 – We Up Tho

There is more information about the album HERE

Follow Constant Deviants and Six2Six Records on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift and on FACEBOOK

All media & press enquiries regarding Constant Deviants and the album “Omerta”, and DJ requests for full quality mp3’s of the single “So Underrated” can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR. Contact details HERE

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East coast duo Constant Deviants released their fourth studio album “Avant Garde” back in May to critical acclaim.

Since then, they have released the single “End All Be All” with a further remix courtesy of Da Beatminerz, emcee M.I. made his own solo project “Psychedelic 60s” available as a free download, and recently the group wrapped the filming of a new movie “Six2Six”.

The pair are now back in the lab working on a new album while also planning future tour dates, and have just launched “Standards”, the third official single taken from the album

CHECK THE AUDIO STREAM OF THE SINGLE

The album is available in CD and vinyl formats from various international online stores, and all formats are also available from SIX2SIX RECORDS directly

You can connect with Constant Deviants on social media, whether FACEBOOK or on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift

Any dj’s not already serviced with the full quality mp3 radio edit of “Standards” can request it from us at UrbanElite PR, contact details HERE

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Filmed on 12th May 2015, the actual day of release of their fourth album “Avant Garde”, Constant Deviants sat down with The Beeshine in New York while they were in town for a series of media and radio interviews.

For fans of the group, this footage is also a bit of a collectors item as both Emcee M.I…no it’s not DeNiro in Raging Bull ;)…and DJ Cutt discuss a variety subjects from their history, rarer than some of the 12″‘s in Cutt’s crates!!!

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They talk about their very earliest days getting into music, M.I. explaing his family’s musical background and Cutt reflecting on the days of Red Alert on Kiss and hearing LL Cool J’s “Rock the Bells” for the first time.

Moving on to first performing, M.I. recalls the days of hip hop culture first arriving with breakdancin crews and the first freestyle sessions at a record store in Baltimore’s Saratoga Street, while Cutt reveals all about destroying his father’s turntable trying to scratch for the first time, then saving up lunch money to get his first decks….without a mixer….

However it was the progression for both to NY state, with Cutt at school for music engineering that the two met in the 90’s and performed together for the first time at college parties.

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The pivotal point came with the release of their first 12″ Competition Catch Speed Knots, and Cutt reveals he still has a picture of DJ Premier buying a copy at Beat Street. M.I. explains his development from initially a battle rap style delivery to a writer of reality rhymes, and both speak about the benefits they’ve enjoyed of travelling to Europe, learning business skills from the industry and how they’d like to be considered in years to come.

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW

At the time of this interview, they were also guests of Smokin Aces and DJ Bazarro on Beatminerz Radio, and meeting with DJ Evil Dee again after many years ultimately led to Da Beatminerz remixing Constant Deviants most recent single “End All Be All”.

It was released yesterday, check the stream

Having just wrapped the filming of their new movie “Six2Six”, they’re now back in the studio recording a new album. Avant Garde can be bought HERE and you can connect with them on social media on FACEBOOK or on twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts @Six2SixShift & @IncredibleCutts

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West coast meets east coast in this new feature as Baltimore / New Jersey duo Constant Deviants speak with California based online publication Streets Connect

In the aftermath of the release of their critically acclaimed fourth album “Avant Garde”, the pair spoke about the recording process and the influence an earlier tour of Europe had in its concept, they discussed their “3Stylez” video series launched in the Spring and also their new movie “Six 2 Six”, and gave their thoughts on the importance of battle rap and freestyling, the current state of mainstream and underground hip hop and their take on what constitutes an authentic sound.

The interview then finishes by taking the group back to the days of their first release Competition Catch Speed Knots and DJ Cutt chops it up about his history behind the boards.

READ THE FULL FEATURE HERE

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The group are busy recording new material and are set to launch a new remix of their last single End All Be All next week, remixed by Brooklyn’s Da Beatminerz. The connection came when Constant Deviants were guests on Beatminerz Radio in May at the time of the album’s release.

Many of their singles and loosies released in the Spring are still getting a lot of airplay, including this one “Thinkin” which features another from the Six2Six Records stable, Rome.

The album Avant Garde is available in digital, CD and limited edition vinyl formats, and can be bought direct from the label HERE

Keep up to date with them on their FACEBOOK PAGE or via twitter @Cnstnt_Dvnts & @Six2SixShift

All press, media and DJ enquiries regarding Constant Deviants can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR, contact details HERE

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