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Rap Group Czarface Flexes Superpowers With New Album, 'Every Hero Needs A Villain'11:48
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From left to right, Esoteric (Seamus Ryan), 7L (George Andrinopoulos) and Inspectah Deck (Jason Hunter). (Courtesy Bill X)
From left to right, Esoteric (Seamus Ryan), 7L (George Andrinopoulos) and Inspectah Deck (Jason Hunter). (Courtesy Bill X)
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What do you get when a couple of white guys from the North Shore with a passion for hip hop team up with a member of the band, Wu-Tang Clan?

You get Czarface, and their new album, "Every Hero Needs a Villain."

Czarface is made up of the Boston rap duo 7L and Esoteric, who hail from the North Shore, along with Inspectah Deck of Wu-Tang Clan.

Czarface will be performing at the Middle East Downstairs in Cambridge Saturday July 25.

Guests

Esoteric (Seamus Ryan), MC. He tweets @MCEsoteric.

7L (George Andrinopoulos), DJ/producer.

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Noisey: Every Czarface Needs A Villain: The Underground Hip-Hop Group Talks Their Return

  • "At times when you talk to the members of Czarface, it seems they can’t come to a conclusion on a mission statement for the group. They vacillate between just wanting to make music they enjoy, and railing against the pitfalls of corporate rap."

The Boston Globe: Czarface, ‘Every Hero Needs A Villain’

  • "In films, comic-book sequels typically enjoy an inherent advantage over their predecessors: Once the requisite origin story has been told, our heroes can get down to the business of flexing their awesome powers."

This segment aired on July 17, 2015.

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