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Album Review

Ostensibly a hip-hop label, Anticon has done more than any other company to shatter the preconceived notion of what their proclaimed genre can be, replacing the boom-bap of old with a far more colorful swatch of post-rock, experimental, folk, and psychedelic soundscapes upon which a laundry list of post-everything MCs, including Doseone, Why?, Slug, Buck 65, Sage Francis, and more, have laid their poetic musings, in the process reinventing the notion of how a rapper can rap as much as the producers changed how a beat swings. On his second full-length for Anticon, Dosh opens with a chiming children's toy which, soon accompanied by organ, hints at a full-fledged Brian Wilson rainbow-colored explosion. But as is often the case with artists on well-regarded left-field labels, he pushes too hard at times, adding grunting beats that stomp all over the otherwise stirring composition. From there on, Dosh sticks to the damaged sound of music/trash collage. Here it feels like Dosh is reinventing the wheel, although perhaps someone new will be listening.

Biography

Born: 06 September 1972 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Martin Dosh was born to an ex-Catholic priest father and an almost-nun mother outside Los Angeles; he and his family moved back to his parents' native Minneapolis when he was just a toddler. By age three, Dosh had started piano lessons, which he continued until 11, then picking up the drums when he was 15. The next year he moved to Massachusetts to attend music school, tooling around on the East Coast until he eventually returned to his parents' home in 1997 when he was 25 (he had since picked up...
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