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Machines Hate me

For whatever reason I missed the whole Hip-Hop thing. When I accidentally did hear something at a club or house party it was the beats that made me listen, the in-and-out pulls of bass, the sequenced electronic experimentation. In the last few years the LA beat scene has created some truly inventive music reminiscent of these Hip-Hop elements and, at the same time, instrumental (both in the musical and means-to-an-end sake). A great example of this is Dibiase’s Machines Hate Me.

The beats jab and uppercut, wobbling the legs, yet in a way that one asks for more. On a track like “Neighborhood Watch“ echoes of Mister Rogers watch as you gently sway side to side, grinning in anticipation of the upcoming rhythmic surprise. What’s going on here you ask. Further on on the album the synth runs and clomping metal claps of experimentation continuously pull you in.

On the Dubstepish, “Skullcrack”, bounces and percolating blips dance in step like little kids skipping over Hopscotch squares as they recite rhymes. Other tracks highlight video game tones as points are added to each play and glitches suddenly stop a Game Over beat while bass on bass drops meet 1970ish movie soundtrack anthems. What?!

Yes, all on the same album. And--yes, it all works.

Do not overlook this.

Really, don't. I've been waiting for this all year and with a lot of high expectation, I'm still beyond satisfied. A lot of these songs have been around for a while and finally they are released. I'm severely critical; I give this five stars. It's gold for it's genre.

If you like Flying Lotus

Very modern breaks and synths. If you Like Flying Lotus or Aether, you will feel right at home here. What a great hidden gem!

Machines Hate Me, Dibiase
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