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TNGHT - TNGHT

TNGHT - TNGHT
CRITIC SCORE
82
Based on 8 reviews
USER SCORE
78
Based on
48 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
NME
NME

The ‘TNGHT’ EP packs five explosive instrumental hip-hop tracks, every one dripping with each producer’s trademark sonic flourishes.

86
Beats Per Minute
Beats Per Minute

TNGHT may clock in at under 16 minutes, but it’s the most satisfying quarter-hour blast you’ll hear this year.

85
Pitchfork
Pitchfork

Their self-titled debut EP for Warp and LuckyMe spans 16 minutes of some of the year's most brazen, positively huge hip-hop sounds.

80
Consequence of Sound
Consequence of Sound

TNGHT balances Mohawke’s crisp production style, the gloss of a high-end studio, and Lunice’s chopped-and-screwed beats, without any time to overload the work with excess triggers.

70
FACT Magazine
FACT Magazine

In short, it’s big, dumb, and a lot of fun, but the overriding feel to TNGHT is that it feels closer to being the start of something great than a great record in itself.

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DETAILS

RELEASED: July 24, 2012
FORMAT: EP
LABEL: Warp / LuckyMe
GENRE: Electronic
TAGS
END OF YEAR LISTS
# 31 - Consequence of Sound
# 35 - Gigwise
# 35 - Pitchfork
Track List
  1. Top Floor 
  2. Goooo 
  3. Higher Ground 
  4. Bugg'n 
  5. Easy Easy
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Added on: July 25, 2012