Sr. Tweak Tweak – Speedyville Nardy (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

This latest album from Chicago’s Speedyville Nardy is a riot of spoken word, random vocal sounds and dexterous raps, put to the beguiling and meandering electronica which has become the hallmark of modern rap music. The music definitely takes second place to the vocals that it forms a platform for but that has always been... Continue Reading →

Jeffery – Jfrxshh (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I guess the reason that so many rappers throw so much clutter into their songs, multiple layers of electronic washes, unnecessary musical multi-tracking and all manner of sonic distractions, is to hide the fact that they just aren’t that good at handling the lyrics. Which is ironic for a musical form which is all about... Continue Reading →

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