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Age of Reason.

the opening track "Brave Men" is a certified ball tingler. makes me feel like the whole universe is splooging.

Modern funk master

Gramatik has flown pretty much under the radar for everyone not part of the EDM explosion of the last couple years. It's time he gets some recognition for his originality. All the tracks on here flow so nicely and create an atmosphere unlike any other. Some nice vocal arrangements on Obviously and Get a Grip add even more to the modern-funk nature of this album. If you haven't heard Gramatik yet, now is the time to start listening.

Electro Soul…

Electro Soul…. the genre that Gramatik has infused for the greater good of the world. I’ve seen and watched him develop as a musician and they just keep getting better. #LowTemp

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Mixing that electro thump with the sample-heavy boom-bap of hip-hop, DJ/producer Gramatik was born in Portoroz, Slovenia, but he always seemed bound for Brooklyn. It was an older sister with a large cassette collection who turned the young Gramatik on to tapes of funk, jazz, R&B, and other genres that naturally lent themselves to dancefloors. By the time he was 13, he was making beats on his PC, and by the time he was in his late teens, his productions had earned him a loyal fan base and, eventually,...
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