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2012 sees the 25th anniversary of Delicious Vinyl and, a quarter of a century later, the record label continues to support the next generation of musical talent as well as maintain working relationships with early artists of the label. Signing The ZZYZZX, a unique father and son hip-hop duo composed of DV old-timer Mellow Man Ace and his son, the teenage protege Cazal Organizm, DV released their debut single, "The ZZYZZX (What Is It?)", in June 2011. In September 2011 DV also released a deluxe edition of "Sleeping in Class", the first LP of the young, Inglewood-born rapper Casey Veggies, which included his blow-up track "Ridin Roun Town." 2012 also sees the 20th anniversary of one of the labels most seminal records: The Pharcyde's Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde. To mark The Pharcyde's incredible debut, DV released The Singles Collection box set on Record Store Day in April 2012. The set included seven 7" records, a double CD package with remixes, instrumentals, and exclusives, a poster and jigsaw puzzle, as well as liner notes written by Bizarre Ride producer J'Sw!ft. On May 23rd 2012, Delicious Vinyl hosted a landmark celebration of the album, Bizarre Ride Live, at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, where original members of The Pharcyde Fatlip and SlimKid3 performed the album in its entirety with producers J-Sw!ft and L.A. Jay. A second Bizarre Ride Live show was held at The Malibu Inn in Los Angeles on the 7th July 2012, and a third in San Francisco with Low End Theory on the 3rd August 2012. The group are set to tour throughout the anniversary year.

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