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knewnie
70
homies heard people thought Dos City had a few too many tracks and stripped this thing back to four lmfao

the Dos Monos boys continue to expand their sound into new territory. somewhat abandoning the quite jazzy vibe of Dos City and, like i noted on Roja, integrating more string and traditional Japanese instrumentation, most obviously the fuckin sick Shamisen on Estrus. obviously the stray saxophone springs up here and there, they're not completely ditching the funk, but Dos Siki is definitely ... read more
kosu
65
their name is in spanish, they sing in japanese and have english features
MusicSucks
80
these guys are so fresh
nostalgia
80
2020 MUST HEAR ALBUM #29

Following up their fantastic 2019 debut album, 'Dos City', with a short, 15 minute LP is quite a risky move from the Japanese group but 'Dos Siki' proves to be an excellent follow up, with equally bombastic, unique and hectic production and fantastic and focused flows filling up the short album length with a lot more than 15 minutes worth of energy, ideas and charisma.
TheRootBoy
83
This LP feels more of an EP with how brief it is, and it’s still able to pack as heavy a kick in the ribs as Dos Monos’ last album, that was just as good. Dos Monos’ production will keep you on your toes with how they switch up so much from their eclectic inspirations and sounds that stem from experimental, industrial, trap, Shibuya-kai, j-rock, trip hop, and of course western hip hop to name a few genres. The vocals are very catchy and their voice alone will hook you into the ... read more
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Track List

  1. The Rite of Spring Monkey
  2. Aquarius (feat. Injury Reserve)
  3. Estrus
  4. Mammoth vs. Dos Monos
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Added on: July 4, 2020