Signor Benedick The Moor - SPIRIT REALM.FINAL
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February 8, 2019 / Release Date
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Presented as an epic odyssey in the same realm as his debut LP, El Negro, Spirit Realm.Final definitely has a similar versatility, with all of the creative energy which made that record so impressive. In this instance however, it does feel that his unhinged vocals and song structures have veered off the track of charming eccentricity and onto the tracks of carelessness and amateurism in places, perhaps taking notes from his comparatively joyless EP, Toybox, instead.

SB is undoubtedly at his ... read more
One of Deathbomb's lesser-known acts (read: not clipping or JPEGMAFIA) really hits one out of the park here. The production is quite diverse throughout the record but consistently great, and SB's performance is incredibly enigmatic. Occasionally their singing is a bit questionable, but overall I thought the energy more than made up for it.

Also, without actually having access to a lyricbook to cross-reference, this album seems to be largely about SB the Moor's discovery of their trans ... read more
Another glorious release by Deathbomb Arch.

SB's lush vocals and super cutting edge production come together to paint one of the most envolope pushing hip-hop albums of the last few years.

Pure quality with only a minute of underwhelming moments in a sea of raw emotion.
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