Cloud-rap? Post-R&B? We still don’t have much of a lexicon to describe the latest wave of bedroom producers who push well-worn hip-hop tropes into more experimental, freeform territory.
With hook-conscious energy, plenty of fuzzy guitar work and a straightforwardness that gets right to the point, White Reaper have this way of feeling both familiar and refreshing.
There is a certain early-’90s quality to the production and raps on “The Narrative,” the debut album by Louisville hip-hop duo Shadowpact, and this is a good thing.
Perhaps Satellite Twin’s greatest achievement is in illustrating just how durable mid-’90s indie can be, which by my estimation remains remarkably listenable.
Describing Sapat at any given time is like describing water.
Louisville needs a yacht rock band.
If there is anything that Run The Jewels seems to specifically stand by, it’s a dedication to making unapologetically hard-as-fuck rap music.