From the musical masterminds of Patrick Brown and Robert Pera is their impressive collaborative project, Woof. Featured in an article by Impose Magazine, as “some of today’s best producers,” the article highlights the duo’s seamless ability to create hits with “funky bass lines” and their inspirations from 80s and 90s dance tracks. On their new song “Black Roses” (engineered by Sean Paulson and Jorge Hernandez and mixed by Brown), Woof utilizes the various talents of Southern rappers, G-Side, and the Bay Area’s Doe Eye and Lady Tragik. Doe Eye’s delicate vocals grab your attention as she opens the track, followed by an equally hypnotizing beat and rhymes from G-Side layered with the smooth voice of Lady Tragik. Listen and download “Black Roses” and check out other songs from Woof on their Soundcloud page.
Commentary by Jennifer Kajioka