While we recently reminisced on that time Calvin Johnson and Built to Spill's Doug Martsch got handcuffed in the '90s, the K Records founder is arresting listeners to this day as Selector Dub Narcotic. A new, two-song 7-inch has arrived via Vancouver's Kingfisher Bluez.
The single begins with "All for the Sake of Rhymin'" — a goofball piece of synths and digi-beats that finds Selector Dub Narcotic "getting idiotic" with his familiar baritone croon. Considering that resurfaced footage, the Man in Black-styled boom of Johnson's voice quite fittingly notes: "I gave up my life of crime, all for the sake of rhymin'."
You'll find a stream of that song and electro-folk strummer "Good and Crazy" down below.