Thursday, June 30, 2011

Super Galactic Expansive - Supersensible Science

Super Galactic Expansive - Supersensible Science

label: 1320 Records
released: 23 March 2010
style: hiphop electronic beats glitch
format: 320kbps mp3, FLAC,....

The marriage between hip hop and electronic beats has been inevitable since the respective rises of each genre a few decades ago. As it culminates, there’s a lot of abstract expression on the airwaves. Countless attempts have emerged, many with more focus on the gimmick than in musical substance. Elevating the style with more technical prowess than ever before seen, Super Galactic Expansive is what hip hop fanboys and glitch nerds alike have been waiting to hear. MC Amagine’s philosophical content is delivered in impeccably assembled multisyllable rhyme schemes. KiloWatts synthetic yet organic production style forms to complement the vocals, merging the long standing beat/rhyme dichotomy into a single resonating voice. Citing any number of influences can’t paint an accurate picture of this product. Supersensible Science is a story, as personal as it is cosmically conscious in its narrative. Headphone lessons aside, it’ll take no more than two bars of the first beat for your pulse to automatically synchronize with it.

01. Intro 01:44
02. Looking Glass 04:40
03. Broken Clocks 05:29
04. Pillars 04:12
05. Movement of Sound 05:08
06. Decipher 04:52
07. King James 06:38
08. G-Gnome 04:21
09. Everpresent Future 04:34
10. Samsara 06:53
11. Dhamma 05:15
12. Blue Blood 06:00

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