Collaborative tee released in 2010 to commemorate the Crookers mixtape for Mishka’s Keep Watch series, volume XV. Crookers were responsible for Kid Cudi’s Day N Night Remix, propelling both into music prominence.
"Crookers started in 2003 when two DJ’s, nick-named Phra and Bot, met over a shared love of hip hop, house and the emerging skewed, bass heavy sounds pioneered by Switch in the UK and Diplo in the States. “We decided to call ourselves Crookers to describe what we do. To make beats and tracks that are not straight up, that are twisted or crooked.” Though they both grew up listening to a lot of hip hop; Beastie Boys, Tribe Called Quest, Madlib and J Dilla. It’s from these combined influences that Crookers derive their hybrid sound. Being based in Milan, away from London where the bassline scene initially thrived, meant they could hone their own musical identity.”
Mishka and Crookers remixed the cover of The Crookers upcoming album "Tons of Friends". The artwork, in signature Mishka colorway and style, also turned up on a limited edition tee that is available in black and white through the online store and at The Mishka Flaship at 350 Broadway in Brooklyn
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