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Recent Blog Posts

7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...

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 2012,

Raafiq Alim (formerly known as Merc Versus), a 10-plus year veteran of the local/regional underground hip-hop scene. He has been compared to such diverse artists as Mobb Deep, Outkast, Wyclef Jean, Wu-Tang Clan, and A Tribe Called Quest. His inspirations include Kool G Rap, Sam Cooke, Bad Brains, Peter Tosh, and The D.O.C. Being from a unique geographical location in terms of hip hop (Indiana), Raafiq represents a rare perspective of the culture. He is currently Vice President of the Indiana chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation and is managed by former Def Jux artist and underground hip hop legend C-Rayz Walz.

Beat Creation By Track:

  1. Doomsday Comets (Ruler Why)
  2. Purgatory Article (Spearman)
  3. Supernova Architects (Spearman)
  4. Concrete Safari (Stone Messiah)
  5. Poor Man's Blues (Woodenchainz)


Final Mix & Master by Frank Reber @ Reber Recording.
Photo by Lauren Bultman Photography

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    Bedlam Brethren - Doomsday Comets
     
     
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    Bedlam Brethren - Purgatory Article
     
     
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    Bedlam Brethren - Supernova Architects
     
     
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    Mystery School - Concrete Safari
     
     
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    Mystery School - Poor Man's Blues
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...