There is no denying the burgeoning underground hip-hop culture in Atlanta. Whether it's hister-hop or gritty traphouse rap, the ATL has been serving up a bevy of unsigned and under appreciated artists until now. Enter 808 Blake and 7King, two virtually unknown local producers who have created a vehicle for promoting the music they love so much. Entitled The 808 Experiment, their indie release paints a perfect picture of the eclectic musical nature of the talent coming from the Dirty. From classic Roland 808's to playing with elements of live instrumentation and extraterrestrial synths, anyone who wants to know about what the A has to offer, needs to look no further than this exceptional release. Rolling Out caught up with the producers and their business partner Mike Walberg to talk Atlanta hip-hop, the meaning behind "amoeba music" and naming themselves after Andre 3000's offspring.