|MH-215 Busdriver & Radioinactive With Daedelus - The Weather
Busdriver and Radioinactive have created, along with producer extraordinaire Daedelus, a million-word-a-minute marathon of inside jokes, twisted narratives and abusive free-association backed with blip-hop beats assembled from samples of children's toys, a century worth of recorded music, and other unearthed sounds, all daftly computer twisted to optimum effect. The release combines the distinct talents and trademark styles of three individuals to create a sound all its own: left-field and envelope pushing, but still grounded in solid writing, well-crafted music, and perfect execution that seems effortless.
|Two of LA's most compelling avant-garde rappers - Rolling Stone / Plush as a space-age bachelor pad - XLR8R / Hip-hop monkeyshines have never sounded so fine - Grooves / Put on a helmet; this is one hell of a ride. - Impact Press / An exciting and interesting endeavor - Dusted / Dope but freaky sh** - SF Examiner
|Hip-hop stopped innovating so long ago we stopped expecting it to. And this makes the perfect timing for this trio, whose eccentric piano beats and jazz timing introduce a Soul Coughing aesthetic to weird rhymes such as "Today's weather is glazed beverage with grave emphasis on the strange letter bridge and the dames we assist when we exchange leadership." Word. - Daily Breeze