And the kids said jazz was dead. One of the best releases of the year so far and it’s been in constant rotation.
One of the best albums of the year. Sorely lacking representation on Youtube with full-length tracks but you’ll get the gist. Some instrumental, some vocal tracks, some raps, all fresh beats and nujazz tones. Don’t sleep.
Funky and freaky, a dub reworking of a hip-hop album by the artist himself. Deep grooves and revolution, my friends.
The blog is back in business, just like old times.
Does anyone still come to this blog? If anyone would like this to all begin again, let me know.
“The four tracks follow the thoughts and trials of a man finding himself trapped and alone in a mysterious room laden with symbols of his own making. Exploring themes of solipsism, quantum physicality and metafictional post-modernist philosophy, the E.P. sees the warped thoughts of a man alone manifest. Whether there is anything within remains in the hands of the listener and their depth of thought.”
This is how the artists describe this work in progress…these four tracks are the first part of a larger concept album to be released later this year. Dark trip-hop beats which evoke (to me) an expansive urban landscape occupied by none else but yourself and the haunting voices riding these beats…I’m a sucker for this shit. Check it out, free streaming and download available.
“It hurts for me to have to tell you the truth / it’s really not about who’s better than who / it’s really all about the truth, bein’ better than you“
No words, this time. If you want words, there are plenty elsewhere.
Music speaks for itself.
47. The Caretaker – An Empty Bliss Beyond this World
Well, if you’re browsing the blog you probably realize that 90% the download links throughout are now dead. Obviously the old Megaupload ones are gone, and now Mediafire has deleted all the files in my account. I’m in the middle of compiling a list for 2011 full-lengths, which should be posted soon; time will tell if I’m able to continue the blog in the fashion you’re used to, though. If someone knows of a viable alternative to mediafire, that would be awesome, though I’m not sure any site is safe anymore. I plan to continue, but I don’t know if downloads will still be posted. Regardless, you can easily find most of the music featured on the blog through Google or torrent sites, and I encourage you to do so if you’re interested.
By the way, vote Ron Paul.