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"Okayplayer.com review of Extended Play"

"EXTENDED PLAY is a terribly entertaining EP. . ."

" . . . both the artists have great potential."

" . . . honesty is an important aspect of how they approach hip-hop, and it works for them."

- Alan Zedakar - Okayplayer.com


"UR Chicago Coverage"

" . . . it's reassuring to see a group like Chicago's very own Eulorhythmics . . . "

" . . . intelligent and eloquently delivered word play is hard to ignore on Eulo's debut album, EXTENDED PLAY (All Natural, Inc.)"

"And there's little doubt of the duo's integrity. . . "

- Max Herman - UR Chicago


Discography

Sociology LP - 2005 (Bad News, Japan)

Extended Play EP - 2006 (All Natural, Inc.)

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The formidable team of producer Kenny Keys and emcee Adad (pronounced Ah Dahd) come together as Chicago’s very own Eulorhythmics. Born in raised in what many call the “golden era” of hip-hop (late 80’s to mid 90’s) the Eulorhythmics have taken it upon themselves to become established as masters of their artform of hip-hop.

As a classically trained pianist and composer, Kenny keys serves as the musical drive of the group by providing memorable tracks heavily influenced by jazz, soul, house, blues, and even some techno. Respected in many hip-hop circles throughout Chicagoland, Kenny Keys is ready to share his talent with the rest of the universe.

Riding the banging rhythms and unmistakable keyboard solos of Kenny Keys is the emcee Adad. Adad is driven by social commentary and by a blue collar thirst for moving up in the world.Always evolving in his art of wordplay, Adad seeks to constantly diversify his vocal identity much in the same way any other great artist does with the common instrument.

Without a doubt the duo of the Eulorhythmics have what it takes to open ears, open up minds, and put the monotony of their contemporary counterparts to the backburner.