How would you describe Death Grips? Feel free to go into great depth, I am genuinely interested.
Experimental hip-hop with a strong punk ethos, unafraid to enter noisy and abrasive territory, with the most impressive percussion parts in rap, amazing production quality, and stream of consciousness lyrics that can pack quite a whollop
Ironic thing is they totally have a Gen-X attitude and sound (which should be a no-brainer, considering their ages).
Childish Gambino seems more tailor-made for the Millennial Web 2.0 generation.
Forward-thinking, sonically-impactful, and unapologetically visceral alternative hip-hop. They've not only solidified their place in music history due to their unorthodox marketing tactics and unbridled unpredictability but because their music has the fucking credentials to back their stunts up. Anyone who chooses to not listen to them is missing out on an integral aspect of the current standing of the industry as a whole.
Death Grip's repels evil.
Whenever my father decides to abuse my mother, she texts me that she's going in my room to pretend to tell me something, I put on Death Grips at a pretty loud volume. She comes in and my Dad, intimidated by Ride's voice, backs down.
If your out there reading this Stefan, thank you.
>my face after reading that
go to bed planthony treetano
is DG really too heavy for you? Even stuff like Get Got?
I want to believe
check out this thread https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/S48008195
probably the best DG related thread you'll come across on /mu/. But if you havent listened to anything by them yet, I urge you to listen to their discography (not that long) before reading that thread
this is pretty much it. super original and with a unique sound that not everyone will appreciate, but as a social experiment will piss off a lot of people (including their own fans).