From the loose and experimental “Sexual Chocolate Experiment” (1998), to the ultra tight “Constant Elevation” (2000) and the futuristic “Liquid Acrobats” (2003), The United Dope Front established itself as Colorado’s premiere improvisational groove collective. Their final release “Free Man” featured long time Dope collaborator Zach Freeman unleashing an unbelievable beatbox explosion combined with hard hitting lyical content and masterful work from the more... Dope Front crew. Produced in house by Jarad Astin and Kyle Jones, “Free Man” challenges conventional musical boundaries while staying true to the groove bone in all of us.
You might notice things look a bit crisper around here. Nice, right? Our new look is part of how we're making it easier than ever for you to find what you want. And it's not even the biggest part. We also created an intuitive Discovery Tool that lets you explore, sort, filter, and compare songs, then save your searches and come back to them anytime. It's pretty great.
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Tabs - Jump between searches & playlists
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