Scrub Club
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Scrub Club

Salina, Kansas, United States

Salina, Kansas, United States
Band Hip Hop EDM


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Scrub Club as a whole has released 49 albums that have seen 70,000+ downloads since a server switch in 2006.

MadHatter: Invasion of the Mic Snatchers, 2008. 8Bit Bullshit, 2007. Second Act, 2006. Rewind and Refresh Volume One, 2006. Tenisx, 2004.

Dr. Awkward: Unlimited, 2010. Next Gen, 2009.

ZeaLouS1: Noncents Vol. 9, 2009. The Living Epitaph, 2008. Invasion of the Mic Snatchers, 2008. Collaboc1de, 2007. Assimilation Process: Complete, 2006.

Kabuto The Python: Ill Ron Hubbard, 2010. Noncents Vol. 10, 2010. Parseltongue, 2009. Noncents Vol. 5, 2009. Shed Skins, 2009.

Dale Chase: Limit Break, 2010. Absodefilutely, 2009.

King Pheenix - Hero vs. Villain, 2010. Versus Mode, 2009.

Deafinition: The Deafinite EP, 2009.

Shammers - Shmix Tape, 2010.

Diabeats - Versus Mode, 2009. Amor Sanguinis, 2009.




That means that no artist on the label, even MadHatter himself, gets ANY cut of the money. Any sales or donations immediately go right back into buying more supplies, equipment, and new merchandise for you. We truly do this for the love and not for the cash. We understand that most Scrubs are poor as hell, and because of that, we have free albums for download and some merchandise for only a dollar. To hell with profit. We’re more interested in giving the common listener a chance to get their hands on everything they could ever want from our label.

We support the true roots of Hip Hop and despise what has happened to it since it’s creation, split, and transformation into radio rap. We support the community and talk about politics, learning, and the lighter side of life. We educate and help people with their stresses and problems. We do NOT rap about money, cars, women, and guns because we are NOT on that tip. Shit, we don’t have any of that, so why should we talk about it in our music? Instead, we keep it real and stand up against greed and violence and speak on things that everyday people are interested in. We have serious music, tracks to make you laugh, storytelling, spoken word, remixes… there’s something for everyone. And currently, with the addition of a rock group and electronic musician, we are expanding our reach, expertise, and understanding to what the listener wants and needs.

Besides music and spoken word, we include and support all forms of artwork through our own creative members as well as helping out other artists. We also have a big focus on games, and offer original gaming experiences as well as tournaments and related events in both electronic as well as tabletop genres. We’re big nerds, every single one of us, so we bring many geeky elements into all of our projects. We also support a small group of models and house a collective of volunteers.

The very symbol for our label is a crossed-out money sign (the No Dough Logo). We will not rest until we open thousands of eyes to the right way, the original code of the underground and the best way to exist: Living an enriched life without having the riches. Beyond thousands? Well, that’s all plus. We’re changing lives, not cashing checks. And now, with excellent amounts of support in other states and groups of Scrub Club Soldiers representing us in other countries, we will take this as far as we possibly can to make our part of the universe a better place.