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We Are The Process Fall/Winter ’13 Launch

October 28th, 2013 by Larry

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We are happy to announce the launch of the newest We Are The Process collection. We’ve included fleece items, a beautifully crafted nylon coaches jacket, as well as a range of headwear to endure the upcoming cold months.

The lookbook was shot by Jorge Menes in some of our favorite cities (New Orleans, Charleston, and Atlanta) with some of our favorite friends. We hope you enjoy the new collection and we appreciate all the support that helps to #GrowTheBrand.

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We’re heading to Charleston!

October 1st, 2013 by Larry

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Matt Monday Partners with Dame Dash and DD172

April 16th, 2013 by Larry

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Charleston hip hop artist, Matt Monday (formerly Righchus), is happy to announce his partnership with BluRoc and DD172 media collective, owned and operated by hip hop mogul, Damon Dash.

Through his partnership with BluRoc, Monday will begin S.W.I.M Music Group LLC, giving him complete creative control over his brand and distribution provided by BluRoc/DD172.

“I’m excited about this move,” says Matt Monday.”This is good for the progression of our plan to rebrand me as an artist.”
After being named ‘Best Local Hip Hop Artist’, by readers of the Charleston City Paper, for the fourth consecutive year, he felt the need to change his brand name.

Righchus represents a younger emecee, and according to the artist, he is no longer the kid sneaking out of church to participate in freestyle battles, or the college student rapping about “Sweetgrass & Supras.”

“I’m getting older and my music has grown with me,” he said. “It’s almost as if I’m a new artist.”

Despite the name change, Monday maintains his management deal with Million Dollar Dreamz, and will continue to make good music for his loyal fans.

“I can’t wait to expose my fans to everything we’ve been working on,” he added.

Following the release of his third LP “Black Cradles” in July 2012, Monday began working with Mckenize Eddy, co-founder and President of BluRoc and one of the co founders of DD172 media collective. He was also featured on her mixtape“El Presidente.”

“We are excited to work with Matt Monday,” said Mckenize Eddy. “He’s a pillar of the the Charleston Hip-Hop community…just music in general.”

Monday plans to release two news singles during the month of May, followed by an official album in the summer.

“He has done a good job on making moves, and we are thrilled to help him move to another level.”

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12 Pack Day w/ Ian & Sturgill

October 2nd, 2012 by Larry

Check out the homies Ian & Sturgill skating the streets of Charlotte to an unreleased track from Stranger Day’s upcoming project Vice Matters…

“the premises was a day off with a 12 pack and downtown skating
we quickly forgot about the 12 pack and just went skating
sturgill insisted we call it 12 pack day anyway
so …. 12 pack day with Sturgill Horn and Ian Isenhour”

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Righchus – Stroker’s Row

September 16th, 2012 by Larry

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The Chucktown homie, Righchus, drops his video for the single Stroker’s Row, employing the classic “light trails” effect to tell his story. Stroker’s Row appears on his new album, Black Cradles, which is the rappers most solid effort to date. I previewed a rough edit of the album 9 months ago, and am happy to hear where it’s come to. Download Black Cradles and check out the track, Been Gone, featuring our good friend, Stranger Day. It’s very cool to see 2 friends drop serious heat together!

Check out the video after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Righchus – Still Ridin

June 25th, 2012 by Larry

This morning Righchus drops a new video for, Still Ridin (directed by 5 Dollaz), a track off his upcoming Black Cradles album to be released this summer.

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Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce

March 2nd, 2012 by Keenan

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Hailing from my hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, a land of mustard based sauces, Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce from Pigtail Brands dares you to try its tangy vinegar based sauce. This Low Country recipe is a full-flavored, sweet and hot vinegar based sauce. Personally, I am more of a sweet red sauce fan myself but Big Ed’s is a top-notch sauce. In fact, it kinda changes my views on vinegar base sauces.

Big Ed’s has a nice spicy kick of pepper to it that leaves you wanting more. You can actually see the red pepper flakes floating around in the bottom of the bottle, which I am told is the sign of a good BBQ vinegar sauce. The bottle has a classic black and white label on it, which gives it a real vintage feel. The label also gives you a brief history on this 30+ year recipe and its upbringing at Big Ed’s Barbecue Restaurant & Pigtail Hunt Camp in Gifford, SC. The sauce can be used for mopping on top of BBQ sandwiches or as a marinade for dishes like tofu, fish or any other game you prefer. I slopped it on top of a BBQ Sammie and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. To top it off, the sauce is also fat free, gluten free, cholesterol free and preservative free! Big Ed’s also just announced that in addition to their South Carolina locations, they will be selling their sauce at Star Provisions in Atlanta. Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce is another classic case of local boys done good…

Thanks to Matt for sending us a few bottles of the sauce. We’ve been jamming on it on the regular up at our new spot!

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Introducing: Keenan Kellett

February 20th, 2012 by Keenan

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What up We Are the Process / EC Design Co. family, the name is Keenan Kellett and I’m here to learn. About what you ask? Well, about your city and what it has to offer to the streetwear game as a whole. Larry Luk and Georgios Saliaris were kind enough to hook me up with the spring internship here in their new studio at Good Work. I’ll be here Monday to Friday till around 5:00 if anyone ever wants to stop by and check anything out. I really love what We Are The Process is doing with their clothing by keeping it real and not losing their Southern roots.

I’m really stoked about staying in The A for awhile. This isn’t the first time I’ve visited Atlanta but it is the first time I’ll be “living” here. I’m coming here from Charleston, SC, where I serve hangry (hungry/angry) overweight tourist BBQ. I’ve been into We Are the Process for about a year now since I heard about it from some friends at Permanent Vacation. I’m looking forward to helping these guys #GrowTheBrand.

While I’m here I’m trying to dine on some of the delicious grub that Atlanta has to offer, which I know hardly anything about, but I’m sure exists. I want to also see some cool art galleries and possibly check out some of the dope music venues. I’m sure there are also some pretty good looking ladies but sadly for them I am very unavailable… Either way I know this is going to be a great experience all around.

Follow me on Twitter: @hi5keenan

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Be Careful Out There…

January 10th, 2012 by Larry

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Thanks for the support you guys, but please be careful out there! There’s no need for violence over our gear.

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Photo Recap: We Are the Process Holiday Showcase at Rogue Wave

December 14th, 2011 by Larry

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Thanks to everyone in Charleston that made it out to the We Are the Process Holiday Showcase at Rogue Wave Surf Shop last weekend. It was a blast catching up with old friends and meeting new ones over a few New Belgium brews. Knowing that we have supporters all over the Dirty South is encouraging and it tells us that we are growing the brand the right way. Special shout out to the homie, Tyler Mansour, for the great photos. Check out the photo recap after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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