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  • Yotimi a 5 for Harald Grosskopf, nice
    January 12 11:29 PM
  • LordePots you may be right, i just have a hard time seeing him as a particularly bright and aware self-aware individual given how devoid a lot of his lyrics and rap schemes are but it seems like there are a lot of artists like that these days and it may just be that I'm missing something due to artistic differences.
    October 19 08:29 PM
  • LordePots as for tunes, I'm sure some of these wouldnt be your cup of tea but my favs this year have been new Stimming, Sarathy Korwar, Ngaiire, Gold Panda, Sepalcure, Fire! Orchestra AND Fire! albums, Andy Stott, Suuns, Bitchin Bajas and Bonnie Prince Billie, Mary Lattimore, and Throwing Snow,
    October 18 07:02 PM
  • LordePots after off my first casual listen I found it a pretty odd and anti-climactic closer. With the rest of my gripes with the album, I find it hard to believe Danny Brown is enough of an intellectual to intentionally fuel his (imo questionable) narratives with particular aesthetics and that its more likely that there is a bit of a divide between his clearly rather unique production choices and his actual intentions. Maybe more just a fortunate coincidence that it works out that way.
    October 18 06:58 PM
  • LordePots if i gather what you are asking correctly then i'd say definitely yes, at least in works where the aesthetic is deliberately 'dysfunctional' to emphasize the narrative, but in the case of Danny Brown my cynical side thinks it may be more of a case of analyzing "why the curtains are blue: an essay" when the curtains just happen to be blue and thats all there is to it (if you can excuse me waxing poetic). but listening to Hell For It with that in mind I do get a bit more out of it, especially
    October 18 06:54 PM

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