DJ and producer Sam Spiegel has a new album coming out via Spectrophonic Sound on February 21, Random Shit from the Internet Era. It will be is first full-length release since 2009’s The Spirit of Apollo, which was released under the collaborative banner N.A.S.A. Hear Freddie Gibbs and BJ the Chicago kid pass the mic over a knee-knockin beat on “Used to be my Homie.”
Random Shit from the Internet Era keeps up the communal spirit, with features from Anderson .Paak, Sia, Busta Rhymes, and many more. “This is an album comprised of songs which have been created in bits and pieces over many years, some literally over the last 15 years! I had these great songs floating around my brain, and I felt it was time to release them to the world, regardless of whether they fit into a cohesive conceptual album,” Spiegel said. “For that reason, the album is comprised of lots of different feels and genres, disparate frames of mind from my journey through life.”
Spiegel will also release a 10th anniversary 4-LP box set edition of The Spirit of Apollo on January 10, which can be pre-ordered here.