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Spacial Vibrations

This album is a very matured sound. We can’t forget that art isn’t always about people pleasing. Art is about having a vision and producing a piece that will accurately communicate this vision - despite what people expect and desire. That is exactly what Nosaj has done, and I respect him for remaining so focused as an artist. Fated is comparable to a good haiku in that each track is stripped of all unnecessary noises and sounds. Nosaj really pushed hard to keep the absolute essential sounds and textures so that there is a deep sense of simple oneness. In addition to this, I would like to say that this album’s biggest strength is it’s isolation of sounds; its ability to create detailed physical environments and space through the intentional placement of sounds. It’s definitely not an album that I would bump up for fun, but more so for a specific experience. Listen with good headphones!


Cold Stares and Let You are some *absolute grabs* for this. But the rest of it honestly is pretty boring and samey sounding where I can no longer even tell any of the later songs apart.


Absolutely fantastic song with moving production and lyrics


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Los Angeles producer Nosaj Thing crafts stately, ethereal, synth-based instrumental hip-hop, with influences that range from Boards of Canada and DJ Shadow to Danny Elfman and Erik Satie. An L.A. native, Thing was inspired at an early age by the hip-hop radio stations that the bus driver would play on his way to elementary school, and particularly by the Beat Junkies' turntablism on Power 106. In high school, while delving into the sounds of drum'n'bass and the rave scene, and playing quad toms in...
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