A couple weeks back, Mykki Blanco made a return to music with a new song dubbed "Coke White, Starlight." Today, Blanco introduces us to the Dogfood Music Group crew with a new compilation project. Entitled C-ORE, the record features music from Dogfood artists Yves Tumor, Psychoegyptian and Violence. C-ORE clocks in at 12 tracks, with two of the selections coming from Mykki Blanco. The aforementioned recent release "Coke White, Starlight" and "Paw" are the Mykki Blanco originals chosen for inclusion on the project. The lone guest feature on C-ORE comes courtesy of Slum Savage. You can listen to the forward-thinking effort in its entirety above. Read Dogfood's official statement given to FADER below.
"C-ORE came about through us all being friends...It was a way for Mykki to help us establish a wider audience. Each of our songs has different meanings. We made them individually in the span of time recording for C-ORE. They're summations of a bunch of personal ideas, each line carrying new meanings and adding to the idea as a whole. [There are] tons of historical references as well as references to prehistory humans and humanoids, ethics, and contemporary life."