Seattle rap collective Moor Gang has most notably produced Nacho Picasso, rapper and one of the world's premier Twitter exhibitionists. But Moor Gang runs deep, as evidenced by Jarv Dee's new album, Satellites, Swishers & Spaceships.

Laced with 16 tracks, Satellites, Swishers & Spaceships is a vivid portrait of Jarv's dark, stonerish Seattle lifestyle. The album features all manner of feature artists, be sure to check out Gift uh Gab's verse on "Meet Me At The Bank." Gab might have the nicest flow on any female rapper west of the Mississippi.

Stream the album below and head over the Bandcamp to buy the thing for five bucks if you're feeling generous. And give the dude a Twitter follow over at @JarvDee.