SUBWOOFERS ON BLAST FOR SCSM14. Put this mix in your trunk, turn the neons on, and let the chrome spin. Only 8 tracks this time around, I wanted to put together a mix for that get-out-the-whip-both-feet-at-the-same-time music. That pop up out of nowhere stuntin with heat for the streets.
Trunk heaviness from the first lady of Texas flexxin shines over drums, Canada’s long-haired métro station-galavanting soundmaker clapping the bass loudly, calamity clams casino’s slowly raining adventure with MF DOOM, RUN THE JEWELS (EL-P and Killer Mike) went back-and-forth over synthed trumpets/drums the blue man group fiends for, Earl surfs on versace boards next to RiFF RAFF waving over Harry Fraud’s summer-slow span, Rome Fortune gets with Gucci Guwop to show his stripes, Nacho Picasso with Avatar Darko go over AraabMuzick to have us partying in the darkness, and Chuck Inglish gets on his cellphone to wavily stomp around one of the flatest (in a good way) beats ever.
Each contributor brings their own brand of heaviness, subwoofer on blast. They share a common slowness, giving their listeners time to feel out each and every inch of ground they cover. I looked to my girl as Chuck Inglish’s “Drops” came one. I asked her if she’d listen to it on her own. No hesitation, she goes “In my car, sitting in a parking lot, sun shining in my face.” So yes, mission accomplished. And that’s how the rest of these artists treated their music this week as well. Slowing down just enough to give listeners a genuine, complete experience. Each track transports listeners to its own brand of top-down riding music. Each track demands an experience to attach itself to.
***So Get Out The Swisher, Jump In The Impala, Bring The Windows Down, And Hit The Town. Slow***
LISTEN :- CUTT GODD