Potholes Podcast (Outasight)

Potholes Podcast (Outasight)

Outasight is about to blow up, mark my words! We have been supporting him for what seems like an eternity, from his collaborations with the local NYC hip-hop scene to his recent signing to Warner Bros. Records. But for a year or so now, Outasight and Warner have been getting to know each other more, releasing some EPs and videos as we approach the highly anticipated album that is slated to drop at some point next year. But unlike most major label deals, Outasight has been churning the hype slowly, creating an organic blend of pop music that stays true to his roots of quality music. With the release of the Figure 8 EP only a few weeks behind us, Outasight took the time out of his busy schedule to put together a fabulous track listing for the Potholes Podcast series. With an eclectic blend of artists on this mix, we get a better explanation of how Outasight’s comprehensive sound truly transcends genres. Expect to see everything on here from Hall & Oats to Pusha T. Don’t worry folks, there is something for everyone! Shout out Theo for another awesome cover.

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Track Listing:
01 Phantogram “As Far As I Can See”
02 Pusha T “Trouble on My Mind” f. Tyler, the Creator
03 Kendrick Lamar “Hol’ Up”
04 J*Davey “Outta The Window”
05 SBTRKT – “Wildfire” f. Yukimi Nagano
06 The Roots – “Hall and Oates”
07 Hall and Oates – “I Can’t Go For That”
08 Naked Eyes – “When The Lights Go Out”
09 Little Dragon – “Nightlight”
10 Archers of Loaf – “Web In Front”
11 The Replacements – “Can’t Hardly Wait”
12 Wiz Khalifa – “The Race”


  1. Arthur Gorodnitsky
    Sep 12, 2011 @ 10:16:00

    is the podcast’s cover pic from new ark, NJ? i think this sculpture was mentioned on a Philip Roth book…

  2. Stanley Kailath
    Aug 19, 2011 @ 19:54:00

    love the songs besides “The Race”

  3. Andrew Martin
    Aug 18, 2011 @ 16:46:00

    not too surprised by the fact dude has ill taste considering we lub his music

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