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Nosaj Thing’s sophomore album still has the soft, quaint sounds fans have enjoyed previously from California producer Jason Chung, but with a serious decline in the hip hop vibes that radiated so boldly off of 2009′s Drift. WATCH THE REVIEW

Nosaj Thing’s sophomore album still has the soft, quaint sounds fans have enjoyed previously from California producer Jason Chung, but with a serious decline in the hip hop vibes that radiated so boldly off of 2009′s Drift.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • Sektion9

    Highly disagree. This album has a melancholic energy floating around it that’s hard to resist. Like a blind girl who’s found a laptop and synthesizer after the end of the world and can only convey her emotion through sound.