Sacramento Fashion Week edition
Event kicks off at 6PM PST (9PM EST, 2AM GMT)
Will shit go down?
Will Jenny Drop?
Will DG be there?
Will mirrors break?
Will the fashion week soundtrack play while the models are on the runway?
Will we get any twitter/facebook updates?
Will they drop a new track?
Will any of you sacto/cali /mu/tants be there to provide us live updates?
Will all the bypassed filterfags be butthurt?
daily reminder this tracklist is actually real
why am i the only one who thinks thats fucking crazy
>disagreeing with me
it is their best album, it has a more complex and developed atmosphere than any other album by death grips
the only argument for it not being their masterpiece is
dude, GP was at one point my favorite Death Grips album, but guess what? My mood changes, where I'm at in life changes, as does my favorite album of theirs. Learn to appreciate things anon. It's not a fucking competition, Christ
notm is objectively better than GP
None of them really surprise me honestly, Death Grips has been getting into some really odd territory lyrically and conceptually.
Nothing should really surprise you after NotM.
The whole album seems really interesting, but I get this feeling On GP is actually going to have some tie together with the album Government Plates, and I also feel like Death Grips 2.0 is going to be a crazy ass track as well.
Honestly I get the feeling the whole Death Grips 2.0 thing is going to lead into something like a second "act" of Death Grips. Given the whole napkin and the way they said they are an art exhibition, it really wouldn't surprise me at all.
They may have peaked in act I, but maybe they'll peak entirely differently in act II.
While the first side of The Powers That B is musically interesting, it fails to grab my attention compositionally. Unlike the expertly and classically composed tracks that appeared on the band’s utter masterpiece The Money Store, or the harsh and well-produced sounds of NO LOVE DEEP WEB, Niggas on the Moon is only comprised of manipulated sounds with lead vocalist MC Ride viciously spitting nonsensical lines over them. And unlike the group’s older, more classic material, there’s just no primal energy or exciting climaxes in any of these eight songs. Instead, you’re just hearing the sounds of a band fucking around with no purpose or aesthetic at all. Everything just feels so muddled compositionally and never really reaches a true level playing field.
Once again, it’s sonically impressive but that doesn’t automatically make it great. There’s really nothing to get excited about here, and tracks like “Billy Not Really” and "Fuck Me Out" are completely directionless whilst Ride sounds as confused and meaningless as ever. There’s a certain staying power to Death Grips’ music. A power that unleashes primal rage. But here, everything just feels so lazily made and chopped and screwed in such a unnecessary manner.
Unless this first side is supposed to represent a certain theme of the upcoming album, I don’t see much of an excuse for this disc to sound like such a broken record. It seems as though on every track Death Grips takes these manipulated sounds and they experiment with them in the most monotonous ways imaginable. At least Government Plates had some moments on it where it was somewhat catchy and rhythmically interesting throughout. Niggas on the Moon, on the other hand, is just pitiful. Honestly, if someone else released this and not Death Grips, no one would give a damn.
listen to it again
i thought it was incoherent at first, but it's just dense as shit and if you just throw your hands up and say '2weird' you're missing out on one of their most interesting works
i would probably go so far to say that if you like death grips' earlier albums but not notm, you just haven't listened to it enough
LISTEN TO IT LOUDER
it's from marcel's review of the album
>last half of GP
>worst thing death grips have done
idk why you reuploaded it, the text was horrible
here it is from reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/deathgrips/comments/2r1v7f/shes_your_experience_youre_her_experiment_rough/
made me approach GP and NOTM with an entirely new mindset
Bork has been my favorite artist for almost 2 years now, so when I first heard DG worked with her on this thing I was fucking thrilled. I liked it at first, but I didn't LOVE it. After a few weeks it started to click with me and now it's my favorite. It's fucking unreal.
I guess if you don't like it and you're not willing to give it a try then whatever. It's a great album with a sound completely unique to Death Grips.