In case you didn’t see, you might want to check out Ian Cohen’s solo Decade review. Sure, the guy can be sometimes insufferable, but he had some really cool things to say about TWIABPAIANLATD’s “Whenver, If Ever” in addition to the rest of the emo revival.
I know it’s weird to suggest he would have done what his dad did, but he might have had it in him to do some incredibly experimental and weird stuff. Tim’s “Starsailor” is still one of the weirdest (and most kickass) albums I’ve ever heard.
Ah I keep forgetting Rashad’s album (probably because it’s one of the first that came out this year). Yeah, that was good.
This is fire. It’s exactly what Hip-Hop needs this year (and every year).
You’re so right about the weak Rap albums this year. Other than Pinata, I can’t even name one that was really worthwhile. Ratking and Cunninlynguists were pretty decent, but not entirely memorable. Run the Jewels will hopefully change things.
I think the earth would break if that happened
Dude you’re obnoxious…I wasn’t even refering to “The entire instrumental” being a harmony (percussion can’t really harmonize properly, at least basic drums can’t). If you’re still being ignorant as shit (which you are), here is yet another example of a musician (Chilly Gonzales, who works with Daft Punk and more “Rock & Roll” musicians (Ugh)) talking about an instrumental harmony part, specifically how a bass part harmonizes with vocal part, kind of like how the reverberation of instrumentation on the Tame Impala song harmonizes with the lead vocals (He gets to talking about the harmonization at 2:50)
If that isn’t enough for you, there’s no saving you.
BOOOOOO! That’s all I’ve gotta say.
“Ongaud” is possibly my favorite producer name ever