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Old 06-07-2017, 06:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Gee, I wonder if these guys like Mr. Bungle or something.
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Gee, I wonder if these guys like Mr. Bungle or something.
THAT'S IT.

I was like these guys sound perfectly like something else but f*cking what!? I'm retarded.
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Old 06-07-2017, 07:08 PM   #14 (permalink)
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The back half of the album breaks away from it more, but Rob The Prez-O-Dent with the old timey soundbyte at the end of the song and all was right off of the debut.
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Old 06-12-2017, 06:51 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Clem Beatz
Trouble in Paradise

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1. Trouble in Paradise
2. Bag Pack
3. Bad Conditions
4. In Other Words
5. How I Fear
6. Spark

Here's a new sound for this journal. Ol' Clem here is a french artist whose music, at least on Soundcloud, is classified as Trip Hop/Electronica. I think I found this guy on the Youtube channel Suicide Sheep or something similar to that. Basically you have some very nice and relaxing electronica beats that could very easily be combined with some hip hop lyrics. I've heard so many different variations of this sound that I'm honestly starting to get very bored with it. Once in a while an album will come along and surprise me but everything else is good for an add to a playlist and that's about it. Lots of samples in this to go along with some funky bass beats. It's honestly pretty run of the mill. Still good in the right situation or if a song pops up on shuffle. These kinds of artists just don't sustain listen-ability (is this a word?) for me.

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Old 11-21-2017, 09:43 AM   #16 (permalink)
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1. Cruise
2. New Dub
3. Mood Mood
4. Double Cider
5. Palm Tree
6. On
7. Waves

Instrumental jazzy funk dub and math rock band from Japan. I'm not even sure where I came across this but it was next on my saved list and Trollheart mentioning Stevenson Ranch Dividians reminded me that this journal is still technically a thing.

Not much to say on this album other than it sounds pretty nice. I don't think I'll be going back to it any time soon but I added two songs to playlists so I'm sure I'll hear them again. I think it's the dub aspect of their sound I find bland and boring but when they get into this funky jazz vibe like they do on the tracks "On" and "Double Cider" I can dig. They're very similar in that way to a band like Lotus which I think kind of masters this kind of sound. Dance-y funk but with enough doodling to be considered sort of mathy.

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