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Album Review: Death Grips - Jenny Death

So what’s the final impact of Death Grips, a trio whose sound is as cryptic as its ambition? They’ve always been at war against some construct, whether it’s through the doors they busted with… 667 more words

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Get Right With The Lord

Lord Grunge’s latest effort, Duck Pepper, draws comparisons to Beck for its experimental instrumentation.  The Pittsburgh native is an interesting character – a playwright, and talented, if under-appreciated novelist.  37 more words

Earl Sweatshirt - Grief

Earl Sweatshirt “Grief” Director’s Cut
dir Hiro Murai
prod Courtney Davies
dp Larkin Seiple
prod design Morgan Gillo
stylist Elise Velasco
gaffer Matt Ardine
1st ad Matt Sanderson… 35 more words


Aesop Rock – Cat Food – EP Review

Cat Food, the title track perfectly encapsulates in essence; Aesop Rock, an artist who is both ceaseless and masterful in his artistry.

As cryptic as ever with regards to his lyricism, the Hip Hop veteran delivers a mature and polished performance. 56 more words


This is Dedicated...

Grunge rap artist ABADAWN from Portland, OR, describes himself with one word: “awesome.”  Others have chosen to describe him as the whole hip hop scene’s “little brother,” – a “mystical character” who occupies a vocal space “somewhere between Buck 65 and Cool Calm Pete.  24 more words

The 1978ers (yU & Slimkat) - Far

Music is an exchange of ideas. This album is something for those exhausted with the shuck and jive of pop culture, who believe in the purification rituals offered by hard snares, funky drum kicks, soul-coughing bass, and deeply rooted vibrations… 21 more words

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Mic Familiar

Based out of the Garden State, responding to the immediate environment that surrounds him, MIc Familiar takes on racism and stereotypes through an existential lens.  He doesn’t want beef, unless it’s with himself, for not being the best Emcee he can be.  56 more words