I've never really thought of it as something to play while driving. I always like to listen to it by myself at home. It definitely feels like the closest release of his to Bad Vibes, but a little more in the abstract/ambient direction.
i imagine you must use that reaction pic pretty often if you use it every time you find a download in mp3 format
u better keep "thehounds.jpg" on ur desktop so you have it on hand and can use it at a moment's notice
who are you? who is this mysterious detective, this professor of the human soul? how did you know?
am i the only one who really, really enjoyed Laid Out? On par with Bad Vibes, both of which are some of my favorites from this decade.
"Don't Say No (feat. How to Dress Well)" is such a fucking performance, one of those rare songs that is sexy but not overtly so, able to be listened to in so many environments, from the bedroom with the love of your life to the basement all alone. Catchy and layered but not to the point of inducing headaches. Minimal where it counts. Shit like that just doesn't come out often enough, not since The Weeknd's "House of Balloons" or Frank Ocean's "Nostalgia, Ultra".
And then there's "Later". That weird vocal effect elevates what would be a catchy but normally guilty pleasure trap beat into one of the most memorable electronic songs I've heard in some time. Sort of like the second half of "Runaway" by Kanye West, somehow the oversaturation of the vocals actually works to its advantage, and brings out the emotions rather than shuts them in.
Oh well, those are only two songs out of a full EP and I must admit the other three didn't nearly match up.
About to listen to the new album for the first time and excited as fuck.
you are not the only one, though that EP took like 3 listens for it to begin clicking like that for me. crazy to think that EP almost never came out.
am I the only one who bought the candle?
yah, wasn't feeling No More much anyways. Bo Peep is a good song but overall much less than i wouldve expected from a Shlohmo collaboration with an R&B singer, especially after "Don't Say No"