It's only after listening to this record do I understand just how much Ride means to Death Grips. Even still, I'm not entirely sure this work could be fully salvaged if he were on these tracks, because they simply don't seem up to par with the production Zach Hill usually brings to the table. Interview 2016 is like if Fashion Week replaced its nuanced charm with mindless abrasiveness and the artwork was 100% more punchable. "Interview B" is the only track here with any sense of structure, and even it flails into directionless territory by the midsection of the song. I certainly hope this is no precursor to the production of Bottomless Pit.