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"Lil Boy" - Death Grips (Alt Hip-Hop/Experimental Hip-Hop/Experimental Electronic)
Album cover is NSFW
"Ex Lion Tamer" - Wire (Punk)
"blkswn" - Smino (Hip-Hop/Jazz Rap)
"Mad Nice" - DANGERDOOM (Hip-Hop)
Trying something where I only post genre titles instead. I felt like I wasn't characterizing the songs well enough and I was forcing opinions that may not necessarily be universal.
Thanks for sharing this. The lyrics are quite applicative to so many situations, and I think that is a testament to the genius behind the sound design as a whole. Having been through a harsh breakup (and still recuperating from that experience), this song really speaks volumes about how someone (or something I guess) can stay on one's mind
A nine minute thought provoking banger (with a pretty crazy music video too)
I didn't care much for Glass Animals last album even though I loved Zaba, but this track really stuck out to me (I think it's the pineapples)
Ever since I saw Get Out this song has been in the back of my mind
That's it for this week. I haven't been able to listen to a lot of music because finals are coming up.
I love this song and I love this video.
Danny talks about some pretty dark things in this song and Jonah Hill's music video is surprisingly perfect for this song.
I've been re-listening to a lot of Death Grips recently, and this is just such a visceral and perfectly aggressive song.
Joanna Newsom has opened my eyes to contemporary American folk music in the best way possible.
This song has really captivated me since it came out. It's so smooth and Frank talks about some really big topics in this song. Plus I just love the way the vocals slide over each other.
Thanks to cgod for introducing me to this artist!
That line of argument doesn't make a whole lot of sense. If commas meant "and" then why not use semicolons instead? (I'm not trying to argue with you; I'm just putting into text something I noticed.)
Disclaimer: I love Lorde, and this piano ballad is fantastic. The music perfectly compliments the tone of the song, and the slight vocal effects that Lorde uses only serve to further what's going on in Lorde's mind.
If you haven't heard Sampha's newest album: GO LISTEN TO IT!!! Sampha carries so much soulful emotion in his voice. On top of that, his piano playing is fantastic and his lyricism brings him to new heights.
Honestly, I really only like this song because Drake talks about Houston and I have a strange pride for my birthplace. However, I think the beat is really nice and Sampha is great. Drake's bars are pretty classic Drake, so if you're into that then it's a pretty great song.
Yes that Hannibal Buress.
I love DOOM. And his collaboration album with Madlib is my all time favorite album. I highly suggest everyone give this a shot.
This is my favorite video game (for many more reasons than I could fit in this small blurb) and the music is absolutely captivating. It added so much to the atmosphere of the game. I especially love this song because you can almost here the influence for the Skyrim main theme (which would make sense given that the province of Skyrim is kinda snowy).
This song BUMPS. I don't even know what it is about this song that I like so much, but I've listened to it at least twice a day for the past week.
This is a nice laid back indie song.
The minimal production coupled with Amelia Meath's vocals creates a mesmerizing soundscape.
NoName is a spectacular lyricist and her beats have a nice classic hip hop influence.
Whitehouse is nuts. It's harsh and abrasive and like nothing you've ever heard.