originaldrum said:do any you guys get aussie hip hop - certainly not about to let itself outside "undie" territory, and has come a long way from the early days......
fldsfslmn said:I'm wondering if anyone on here has heard Vordul Mega's The Revolution of Yung Havoks yet? The press that I've read so far has been unanimous in finding it somewhat underwhelming, but I'm more interested in hearing a review straight from someone who loves Cannibal Ox as much as I do.
buddah baboons said:The production is a lot straighter than the cold vein, it's got that heavy drums mid-nineties NYC thing going on. It's a very grounded record with no Vast, just hardship stories. C-Rayz and Jean Grae tracks are nice, rest I did find a bit underwhelming...
DavidD said:Madlib has dropped enough singles that made me go "whoa" for me to love him.
This year alone was the "Madvillainy" release which is easily one of the best albums of the year.
He also did the De La song "Shopping Bags" and the Vast Aire song "Look Mom No Hands" and I think the production on those is ace. Also keep an eye out for his remix of the Beastie's "Shake Your Rump."
fldsfslmn said:Hmmm... So maybe not worth purchasing?
hint said:the LP was too thick for me. if everything's distorted the brain eventually just interprets it as white noise and you go from edgy, dark and oppressive to background noise.... fantastic damage crossed that lne, I think.