As you have probably noticed, we’ve been reissuing some of our more popular titles on vinyl. In December we reissued Blueprint’s Two-Headed Monster LP and in January we reissued his Respect the Architect LP. This is just the beginning of what we’ve got in store this year. This weekend, we’re having a sale on all of our vinyl releases.
For a limited time, we’re running a sale on two of Blueprint’s most popular albums, King No Crown and Vigilante Genesis (produced by Aesop Rock). Both of these LPs would normally cost $45 total, but this week you can get both on vinyl for just $30 total. There are also options to have free stickers and a signature added to your copies. Order your copies HERE Thanks for your support, Weightless Recordings
Hot off the heels of his new Vigilante Genesis EP, Blueprint has just announced a week of West Coast tour dates. Here are the tour dates: Wednesday June 29th – Los Angeles, CA @ The Dragonfly | Event Page Thursday June 30th – San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside | Event Page Friday July 1st – Hood River, OR @ Underground Music Station | Event Page Saturday July 2nd – Seattle, WA @ Factory Luxe…
Since Blueprint’s new Vigilante Genesis EP (produced by Aesop Rock) will be released this Friday May 25th. We decided to allow our fans to listen to the album in it’s entirety before it’s officially release date: Order your copy on colored Vinyl, CD, or Deluxe Digital here Thanks for your support!
Continuing his “1,000 Words About A Picture” series of posts, Blueprint explains the backstory to this never seen before picture from the year 2000:
As we stated last week, we would be releasing the first single from Vigilante Genesis this week. Well, here it is. “Graffiti Writer Killed” gives a deep look at the chemistry between Blueprint on the storytelling and Aesop Rock on the production. Listen for yourself and get ready for May 27th. Preorder your copy of Vigilante Genesis HERE
Since we posted this 2001 picture of Blueprint and Aesop Rock last week on our Vigilante Genesis preorder page, we’ve received a few inquiries for details behind the picture. We decided to get a quote from Blueprint to explain the backstory because, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.