The Super Empty Show Ep. 6: The Explosive Tull-All Podcast with Eric Tullis
Posted on 27 February 2018
This week on the Super Empty Show, we talk to a friend who has been in the Triangle music scene for more than twice as long as any of us, an authoritative voice on hip-hop culture in North Carolina, and a highly opinionated Durhamite ever since attending NCCU grad school in the early 2000’s, Eric Tullis. We cover a number of topics that should be near and dear to any hip-hop fan in the RDU area: Eric’s start at Indy Week in 2004 and how that period, around Little Brother’s rise to prominence, compares to today; DJ Merlin’s early passing; working at the NC Central student paper with Phonte; the prospects of a Little Brother reunion; his squabbles with the way we conducted our interview with a major radio DJ; and Urban Lou, an artist he may or may not be managing, who may or may not be real.
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