Seattle Office of Film + Music

August 24, 2009, 2:36 pm
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Seattle TimesSabzi
In a companion piece to his interview with Geo of the Blue Scholars, Seattle Times Music Columnist Andrew Matson shines a light on the local rap group’s musical backbone, Sabzi. Sabzi, aka Saba Mohajerjasbi, talks to Matson about their new EP “OOF!,” the unusual way its best song “Bananas” came together, the “cute” sound of Jawaiian reggae (Jamaican + Hawaiian), and the release party for “OOF!” downtown at ‘Ohana this Tuesday, August 25th, where there will be 100 copies of the EP for sale.

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