Tuesday, June 12, 2007

1958












Soul-Junk
1958

While listening to Soul Junk's album "1958", I was reminded of the wide range of hip-hop I grew up on. There's elements of Redman's funkadelic spaced out style, to De La Soul's old school flow on here, all intertwined with spiritually conscious lyricism. Throw in a dash of trippy sound effects and you have an album that taps into another realm of hip-hop (I believe the correct term is "glitch-hop"). This one's not a new release, but it's definitely one to dig into if you haven't already heard it.

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