new dean blunt

version

Who loves ya, baby?
Ended up listening to both this morning, preferred Zushi but there's some decent stuff on King of R&B; the recorded convo of people arguing about Nas, Pac and Biggie dragged a bit though and felt like typical Dean Blunt trolling.
 

catalog

Well-known member
Yeah I think I preferred zushi as well. I think it's not quite the heights of HY or babyfather but it's all pleasant listening and I'm glad he's still making stuff.
 
I was a fan of his early stuff.

This shit just sounds too unfinished. It was like a comp of some psych record loops that never quite made it into a hip hop beat and some video game tracks that just loop endlessly and never reach any further because the level was only a short one.
 

catalog

Well-known member
I was a fan of his early stuff.

This shit just sounds too unfinished. It was like a comp of some psych record loops that never quite made it into a hip hop beat and some video game tracks that just loop endlessly and never reach any further because the level was only a short one.
I broadly agree, I feel like it's warm ups for the next album maybe
 

body_wall

New member
Big fan of Roy but he's such an art school roadman. Maybe I hate that he's muscling in on my territory as the hardest lad at the jazz party but he pushes the line bare.
ANyway here's a new one of his I rated
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snC03ZRQqIg

Loved that Zushi clearly has bare famous features that are totally uncredited
 

catalog

Well-known member
either attitude era, stone island or narcissist ii. but i'm a super fan. i do also like black metal.
 

luka

Well-known member
Staff member
Art school music is different to indie isn't it? Despite sharing many of the same characteristics. It's more elitist. It's more knowing. It's cuter.
 
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