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Anti-Pop Consortium’s second album might sound like a slap in the face to rap purists, as skittering IDM-style production and out-there raps from the trio of Beans, M. Sayyid, and High Priest keep things wildly creative. The sound of a bouncing ping-pong ball fuels the beat on “Ping Pong,” while “Dead in Motion”’s clipped stutter sounds like a flickering fan. They get lyrically complex on the futuristic “Bubblz,” and things get even weirder on the skit “Tron Man Speaks.” No one else was doing this style of hip-hop in 2002, and no one has pulled it off since.


Formed: 1997 in New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Antipop Consortium emerged in the early 2000s as one of the underground hip-hop scene's most inventive groups, bridging the gap between New York hip-hop and glitchy IDM. Group members Priest, Beans, and M. Sayyid first joined forces in 1997, along with producer E. Blaize. After some underground singles that didn't reach far beyond New York's boroughs, the Ark 75 label released Tragic Epilogue, the group's debut full-length, in 2000. Though the album wasn't quite as daring as Antipop Consortium's...
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