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Flying Lotus - 1983 download album

  • Performer: Flying Lotus
  • Title: 1983
  • Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop
  • Formats: VOC MP2 MP4 DMF APE DTS AIFF
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Abstract, Instrumental, IDM, Hip Hop, Downtempo, Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1283 mb
  • FLAC album: 1547 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 258
Flying Lotus - 1983 download album

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1983 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Col). Flying Lotus is a master of the beatmaking, and the most amazing thing about it, is that he has his own style, his flow doesn't sound like anybody, and I love it when I can actually say this about any artist, I mean, you can't place his sounds anywhere, just listen to the track "1983" and you'll get what. The whole album it's filled with on-point abstractions, groovie vibes, psychedelic samples, mellow beats, harsh beats, this is definately one of the greatest discoveries i've made in my life

Sounding like a mix between Ammoncontact and Dntel, Lotus layers spacy keyboards over bass-heavy beats, clearly very much influenced by the whole free jazz-based electronica and hip-hop Sa-Ra craziness that's prevalent in the . coherent and listenable album.

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But like an overly workshopped novel, the album is stylish, well-turned, and interchangeable with its peers. Seldom bad, seldom memorable, Flying Lotus's IDM-influenced hip-hop is paint-by-numbers. Those of you looking for a good genre exercise will find plenty to admire on 1983. The boom always baps right on time (which is to say, slightly off-time). The herky is extra jerky, but not to the extent of disrupting a good head-nod. Each obstinate loop eventually starts to hiccup and convulse, which is how you know it's art.



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