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Trim 1-800 DINOSAUR Presents Trim
Defensive+dramatic Brit MC curated by minimalist-weirdo-electro production posse featuring the likes of Airhead, Bullion, James Blake -- skilled-n-stalwart guy assuredly, distinct style, good for a cutting quip here and a tangled ramble there, but uptight enough to suck the fun out of a room. Despite being a bit of a non-meshin' mixed bag, the production posse does aight. The adventurous blending of Trim+Blake, however, is really rather painful.
Crying Beyond The Fleeting Gales
Wilco Schmilco
As somewhat suspected from the comical cover art and celerity of completion, this seems like a spiritual sequel to a-year-ago's 'Star Wars'. A soberer softie one, sure, but one that sees these confirmed-adept rockers humbly exhibit their acoustic+brush-drum chops with the same laid-back 'tude that charmed on its predecessor. And since they're Wilco we get guitar layering both lush+tight and whiny+rusty, all-around pleasant proficiency except when purposely mucking it up and then it's still aight, an assortment of nice lil touches such as stick-hits and scuzz jams and keyb flourishes. And since they're in nonchalant mellow mode we get a sense
Taylor Swift Red
DJ N.K. DJ Do Ghetto
Comin' straight outta Lisbon, this delirium-activating disc jockey fuses the sonorities of tribal, club, accelerated city lyfe, and warped what-the -- unsurprisingly label-mates with like-minded year-fave DJ TiGa, albeit N.K. don't fuck wit rappers and remixing; rather aiming for uber-bustling groove-barrages of percussion aplenty, eccentric electro spurts, literal bells+whistles, and intermittent monosyllabic voice clips. Unrelentingly heavy-n-heady-n-hasty, it delivers a dizzyingly detailed romp, though undeniably a draining one. Standout touches include the fat+formidable ah-shit horns of "Punched Horn" and a windswept flute in "Tribalisti
Nao For All We Know
As if to deliberately defy my disappointment in the brevity of their EP last year, they clock in almost an hour here; tossin' in behind-the-scenes studio scraps as intervalic unnecessaries and an intro and an appreciated alternate take on an old one ("Inhale Exhale") and still thirteen songs besides. Thing is tho that other gripe is still a thing, i.e. they really don't seem to churn out anything extraordinary, and despite lil dreamy ventures into space and "sloooow motioooon", don't dare go above-n-beyond. Certainly capable of bringin' that deep+amiable electro-funk throughout and impressively consistent considering the mass trax, but there'
Noname Telefone

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  • JohnnyOnTheSpot you have fans
    October 23 04:53 PM
  • Sinternet lol what where did you even get that from
    August 3 08:56 AM
  • Sinternet your soundoffs are pretentious drivel that hardly ever make sense good job
    August 2 09:46 AM
  • YetAnotherBrick really great soundoff for Exmilitary, man.
    December 9 11:45 PM
  • cjbizzlebizzle Oh shiiiiii
    November 7 11:18 AM

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