Silver Medallion Serves Up Its Newest Mixtape

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It's been a hectic couple of months for Scottsdale electro-hop duo Silver Medallion. Oren J has been flying back-and-forth to his home state of Hawaii for special DJ sessions at the Loft Lounge in Honolulu and their latest album will be hitting the streets sometime next month.

They've also been collaborating with local DJ/producer J. Paul of HavocNDeed on a new 30-minute mixtape entitled Paris is Burning. It blends bass-heavy dubstep with Silver Medallion's funky electro aesthetic, along with some stellar remix work by J. Paul.

You can download the 65.6 MB zip file containing the MP3 by clicking this here link.

In addition to opening for Hollywood party-rappers LMFAO at Martini Ranch on Saturday and holding their CD release shindig at the W Scottsdale on August 16, Oren J and Carnegie will also be a part of our upcoming Summer of Sound hip-hop showcase on Saturday, August 8, at Fat Tuesday in Tempe along with Souls of Mischief, Bear the Astronot, Zig Zag, and Golden Tung. Stay tuned to Up on the Sun for more details.

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