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Stir Crazy Music Production
Detroit, MI  USA
Born on December 1, 1986.
Last 4 blog posts
Penny Dreadfuls Review.   Feb 1, 2012
Make me an offer!   Feb 1, 2012
Stir Crazy Energy Drink   Feb 1, 2012
Toxsick   Jan 28, 2007
Feb 1, 2012
New Penny Dreadfuls review!

Posted on 1:00 AM by stircrazy

Dood Computer and Stir Crazy :: Penny Dreadfuls ::
as reviewed by John-Michael Bond

[Dood Computer and Stir Crazy] You can't knock the hustle of hungry dudes willing to put themselves out there to get their music heard but, like any reviewer will tell you, when it comes to self released, self promoted records the number of hungry cats without the talent to make it spamming your mail box is simply massive. Drive is great. There have been sh*** tons of fantastic artists who've never made it simply because they didn't have it. If you're one of the rare exceptions though you'll stick out like a diamond in the rough; glistening in the pile of "hey dude would you review my record?" submissions. My latest addition to the exceptions list is Dood Computer and Stir Crazy, and their simply ridiculous "Penny Dreadfuls" tape.

Yeah, tape. The release also comes with a download card so you'll be able to bump it on your iPod, but hell if I could find a CD available. The format works for the interplay between Dood Computer's bipolar lyrical self loathing arrogance and Stir Crazy's "you got your peanut butter in my chocolate" blending of old school beat programming over rock elements. Like vinyl a tape makes you work to find a track, leaving you more likely to just sit down and actually listen to the whole damn thing as opposed to skipping around for what sounds like a hot track. What was probably just gimmick packaging ends up being the push listeners need to give "Penny Dreadfuls" most musically ambitious moments, giving Crazy's production time to work itself into your brain while highlighting the hysterical rapping of Dood Computer.

Take the self effacing ode to the carriers STD's "Rachel Profiling," the funniest tale of crotch monsters I've heard since "Indian Girl (An Adult Story)." Stir Crazy's production helps tell Computer's story with what I first felt sounded like a disco song played in some cheesy bar lounge, but listening like it was a tape I didn't say "next" when the beat didn't initially draw me in at first. Sticking around longer left me laughing my ass off. My inner feminist is pissed at me but hey it's been awhile since I heard someone bring up syphilitic insanity in a rap song, let alone as flippantly as the line, "She probably doesn't take her meds, then her father wonders why she's all demented in the head."

Dood Computer straddles the line between underground cynical punk rappers (Cage) and the happily pornographic hipster rap dude's like Spank Rock throw out. One moment he's laying out Larry Flint levels of filth, the next he's spitting sh*** like "I want to make mistakes and excuses, so I got something to write when I make some music" and flipping off "D.I.Y." artists who want other people to do all the work for them. Stir Crazy lets his music do the talking for him instead of shouting his name over the lyricist's words, something I wish more underground producers would clue in on. It's obvious his taste in music goes deeper than hip hop and the brief moments of rock n' roll or country that pop out from behind the snare hits give simple tracks flavor while occasionally exploding into full blown bridges.

Historically Penny Dreadfuls were inexpensive, cheaply made, books that told sensationalistic tales of sex and violence for the amusement of the public. They weren't the stories you'd tell your mom you were reading, but it was stuff you'd want to read. "Penny Dreadfuls" the record aptly named. For six bucks you get a full length album on a cassette and download card, which anyway you shake it is a hell of a deal.

Dood Computer and Stir Crazy are out there trying to make a name for themselves, reaching out to writers instead of waiting for us to find them. It's important to note though they had something else going for them, they're actually go
Feb 1, 2012
Make me an offer!
by Jesse Stir-Crazy on Wednesday, November 24, 2010 at 7:18pm


I want to do something different as I been noticing some people can not afford my normal beat prices. I completely understand that a lot of artists are trying to scrap up money just to feed themselves and/or family. Times are rough and I feel that people should not have to choose a beat over food, clothing etc.

Some my beat prices are a bit high for local artists and the struggling but very talented people in internet land. I don't want the people that have less money to not be able to purchase a track. Even though I have free beats posted around and lots of stuff for others to rip... sometimes its better for a artists to have exclusives. Some want beats that not everyone has a chance to grab and that's perfectly fine.

What I decided to do for the next month or so is to give others a chance to NAME THERE PRICE. You tell me how much you want to pay for a specific Stir Crazy beat! Always make your offer as if you are only going to get one chance to submit it. Take your time and make sure you thought it through.

I might not accept your offer but I will always try to come back with a number of my own and we can negotiate. We can try to come up with something fair on both parts. I don't mind if you low ball but please just explain your reasoning. You might be able to help me more then I can help you. Maybe you have a huge fan base that will get to know me by yourself being on my production. Maybe you can shop my beats to your homies and get some Stir Crazy production on their album, or maybe your just living off minimum wage with two kids. Explain why you deserve to have that (the) beat(s) and how you will use it and school it like none other!

Tell me why you can only afford what you offered and even if its low I might except!! I'm not here to take money from you that you need to pay important bills with. I want you to be able to live and have some great production on your album at the same time. Please understand that it does cost me money and time to make tracks and I have my own bills to pay.. otherwise all Stir Crazy beats would be free.

Most people would avoid taking offers of tracks for fear they will get customers that expect discounts every time... but I am here to GIVE those "discounts". I want you tearing my tracks up and making great music!

I'm not here to get rich! That is not my intentions. I'm here to support the scene, show love to others by helping out to the best of my ability and have a great time making the music that I absolutely adore. If you are looking for some beats and want a chance to offer then hit me up here or at:

SuperPhatPro (@) yahoo.com

We can make this work and fit in your budget one way or another. I don't want excuses anymore saying I wish I could have/would have purchased (insert Stir Crazy beat name) but I couldn't afford it at a certain time. I will even put a beat on hold/ "layaway" for you. After we come up with a number you can pay a deposit to have that beat on hold until you pay the rest off so no one else can cop it. (After 30 days the deposit will be void and you lose not only the beat but your money) Please be smart about your choices!

If you have another creative or helpful idea on how you can grab up a track from me then explain and maybe I will agree and we can do it your way. Barter with me in some way. Im here for you and to make fresh music. Lets not let anything hold us back anymore.

If you read everything you already took the first step.. now you have to head on over to www.StirCrazy.BandCamp.com dig threw some dopeness and hit me up.

Thanks for your time and I hope this helps you in some way or another!

-Stir Crazy
Feb 1, 2012
Stir Crazy Energy Drink
by Jesse Stir-Crazy on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 11:32pm

Detroit, MI February 01, 2011 Super producer Stir Crazy has been promoting and releasing amazing unique albums for years now. His creativity and understanding of what fans want is that of a true marketing genius. This time around he has came with a plan to unleash the very powerful and amazingly delicious Stir Crazy Energy Drink into the hands of the masses.

They will be soon available at: www.StirCrazy.BigCartel.com sold in a limited edition Dood Computer and Stir Crazy "Penny Dreadfuls" album bundle pack or separately by the can.

Energy drinks are a hot item right now and instead of just simply supplying it on its own this will also showcase his musical talents at the same time. Thanks to the newest beverage to hit the energy drink market, Stir Crazy Energy Drink, consumers can now experience both energetic potency and appealing flavor in the same can.

New energy companies are started almost every day. Most companies don't understand that unless the consumer and potential buyer is given more then a simple new energy drink, they may go elsewhere for there fix such as a brand better known already in the industry.

Music involves and invokes emotion and is a upper on its own. If you mix great music with a awesome carbonated energy drink you have a very powerful mixture unlike anything else already available.

Its time to venture out of the normal, time to ditch the simplistic boring way of life. Time for a change in taste and refreshment. IT'S TIME TO GET CRAZY!


Jesse E.

(206) 339-1124


Jan 28, 2007
Artist biography

Super Phat Productions: Spp: We make our own beats, we have our own studio, anyone needing any studio time/beats hit me up with a message.

With their sophomore release “ We Ain’t Playn’ ” Toxsick once again devastates the streets with an unmatched, distinctive sound witch in it self separates them from the rest. They spell their name with a “SICK” cause they come with the sick flows. Their sound alone sets a new bar with each track, from “SoulJa Anthem” all the way to “Our Part”. Front to back AND side to side, all I hear is single after single , and if it wasn’t for the skit (which was entertaining to say the least) I could honestly say the entire album was 60 minutes of hit a single. “If these Streets could Speak” they would give daps to Toxsick for representing Detroit like it should be, from the most raw, thuggish, roughest parts of Motor City where they “Hold it Down”… to the knowledge we all have that tomorrow is a new day, we just have to take it “One day at a time”. Special Guest appearances, by Camel and Janetix, set off the singles “Until That Day” and “Same Chick ”, and there are a few upcoming female artists being brought out in the game. This album has it all from entertainment to knowledge, game, respect, and dues paid in full. AND THAT’S JUST THE ALBUM! Toxsick are not just voices on a C.D., their live shows are 100 times more live then the album. Stage presence, props, a set that flows from beginning to end flawlessly like that of a 20 year vet in the game is truly what sets them so far ahead of the game. Not only their live shows, but also their work ethic. Toxsick owns and runs the entire operation from beginning to end, from production to post productions, Duplication to distribution…basically from making the beats to hitting the streets Toxsick does it all without the help of a major record label.
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