stoner songs

Better Know a Stoner Song – “I Love You Mary Jane” by Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW3Djkhp9yA By the time the movie Judgement Night had come out, Sonic Youth were punk/grunge legends, and Cypress Hill had two bestselling albums, so this was very much collaboration effort teaming two towers of power. The Judgement Night soundtrack was unique in pairing up and coming rockers with groundbreaking hip-hop, rap, and fusion. While this …

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Better Know a Stoner Song – “Mackrosoft” by Aja West

There are times that I really enjoy having a local, independent music focus. Funny thing about this one – it’s been around a long while, and the artist is a Seattle native and resident. Aja West released his first album in late 1998, an EP under the title Black Moses. That CD basically doesn’t exist …

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Short Film – ‘A Quick Smoke’ produced by House of Cannabis

For several reasons, House of Cannabis chose to produce a trippy, ambient short film to submit to a few different local film festivals, first of which was SPLIFF Film Festival, which is put on by the producers of the HUMP! amateur pornography festival at least through association with The Stranger in Seattle. We weren’t selected …

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Better Know a Stoner Song – Linear High by Rick Bain & The Genius Position

You’ve almost certainly never heard of Rick Bain & The Genius Position. It’s not your fault. Let’s blame mass music marketing tactics, and the decline of the record label. I’m going to cover some Bain territory before arriving at the song at the bottom of this post. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Rick Bain isn’t much …

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Better Know a Stoner Song – Champagne & Reefer by Muddy Waters

Fans of Muddy Waters know his timeless voice from a mile away, but even given his hallmark vocal abilities and dirty southern blues licks, if you knew Muddy, you knew to just call him ‘Mud’. Born April 4th, 1913, in Mud’s impact on music was one of the most long tenured and wide ranging of …

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