When Arizona’s Destruction Unit named this track “The World On Drugs,” I guess they weren’t messing around. The song feels like a multi-phased trip that starts like a piece of hardcore punk, but suddenly shapeshifts into some slow-moving heavy psych. All the while, the band’s guitars are loud, distorted, phased, and enveloping.
While the song doesn’t really have a strong hook or melodic flavor, the riffs are unrelenting and the vocals come through as being pretty eccentric. Give a listen, go wild, break something. Enjoy!
Get a copy of Destruction Unit’s Deep Trip via Sacred Bones on August 20th.
On Yeezus, Chicago rapper and producer Kanye West takes his typically ambitious production down some really dark, noisy passageways.
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Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire’s Kismet is definitely a bounce back from the New York rapper’s last project, which was a little too inconsistent. He brings plenty of topical tracks with grimy beats on this thing. His deep, somewhat goofy voice adds some character to these tracks, too.