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Injury Reserve


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Injury Reserve, a rap trio from Phoenix who recorded their debut mixtape in a dentist's office (and titled it 'Live from the Dentist Office'), have had an interesting journey from the suburbs to a coveted "A MINUS" from Robert Christgau, the "Dean of American rock critics," in his column for Noisey. From playing house shows to being played on Beats 1 Radio by Ebro. How did it all happen? What makes producer Parker Corey (age 21) and rappers Stepa J. Groggs (age 29) and Ritchie With a T (age 22) special?

For Complex, it's their boundary-pushing, "DIY weirdness." For Billboard, their fashion sense and fearless honesty. Pigeons and Planes admires their group dynamic, calling them "one of the best new groups in hip-hop," while Mass Appeal nods to their cinematic vision. Anthony Fantano's interest in their ability to balance tradition with innovation is well-documented on the Needle Drop, where he published 8/10 reviews of 'Live from the Dentist Office' and last year's 'Floss'. The latter, a major breakthrough for the group with features from Cakes da Killa and Vic Mensa, is energetic, refined, and in Christgau's words, "the most unpretentious hip-hop you ever heard."

While they do like to keep a low profile, often straining to appear unaffected by the attention, the reality is that a lot has changed lately in the lives of Corey, Groggs, and Ritchie. They moved their studio from the Chandler dental office where Corey's grandfather practices to a house in Altadena, California, and upon arrival recorded seven of the most aggressively forward-thinking tracks in their catalog, provocative as it already is. 'Drive It Like It's Stolen', the groups newest project, plays contrasting and sometimes contradictory signs of emotional tone against one another in the same style as, but more concisely and perhaps successfully than, 'Floss'.

Injury Reserve

Injury Reserve

  • 11 May, 2019

    The Great Escape: Saturday 11th May

    The third and final day of Brighton's The Great Escape festival in Brighton, again features many artists from the Primary Talent International roster.

    Saturday 11th May:
    ...Gaffa Tape Sandy
    ...Alfie Templeman
    ...Charly Bliss
    ...These New South Whales
    ...Swimming Girls
    ...Big Heath
    ...Just Banco
    ...Talk Show
    ...Can't Swim
    ...Injury Reserve
    ...Anna Calvi
    ...The Intergalactic Republic of Kongo
    ...Saint Agnes

    The Great Escape
  • 13 Mar, 2018

    SXSW 2018

    The SXSW music takes place around Austin, Texas from 12th-18th March and many Primary Talent International artists will be taking part. See the official SXSW website, for full scheduling details.

    ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
    ...Pale Waves
    ...Sunflower Bean
    ...Bad Gyal
    ...Nilufer Yanya
    ...Now, Now
    ...Nothing, Nowhere
    ...Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
    ...Hop Along
    ...Son Little
    ...Cut Chemist
    ...Injury Reserve
    ...Kweku Collins

30 Oct 19Phase OneLiverpool
31 Oct 19The AcademyDublin, Ireland
01 Nov 19Fairfield Social ClubManchester
02 Nov 19MonoGlasgow
03 Nov 19Headrow HouseLeeds
05 Nov 19The GarageLondon
06 Nov 19The FleeceBristol
07 Nov 19Mama Roux'sBirmingham
08 Nov 19PatternsBrighton
09 Nov 19Le BadaboumParis, France
10 Nov 19TRIXAntwerp, Belgium
12 Nov 19YUCACologne, Germany
13 Nov 19BirdRotterdam, Netherlands
14 Nov 19BitterzoetAmsterdam, Netherlands
15 Nov 19LoppenCopenhagen, Denmark
16 Nov 19Taverna BrilloStockholm, Sweden
18 Nov 19ParkteatretOslo, Norway
20 Nov 19TurnzimmerHamburg, Germany
21 Nov 19Kantine am BerghainBerlin, Germany
22 Nov 19Klub HydrozagadkaWarsaw, Poland
23 Nov 19Chapel RougePrague, Czech Rep
26 Nov 19Grelle ForelleVienna, Austria
27 Nov 19StromMunich, Germany
29 Nov 19PalaceSt Gallen, Switzerland