Dedicated 2 Disrespect

LSDXOXO - Dedicated 2 Disrespect
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Based on 41 ratings
May 14, 2021 / Release Date
EP / Format
XL / Label
Hip House, UK Bass / Genres
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A foursome of queer bangers, the EP foregrounds his own voice for the first time, with a ribald poise that makes one wonder why it took him so long.
Man this was really not great :(

This is probably the first time that I've really disliked something while at the same time totally respecting it. I feel like if there's music that's sonically and thematically interesting on any level, then I find something to latch onto and I can enjoy it overall. But with this, the beats, while smooth, fun, and nocturnal, are just so repetitive, along with the vocal samples, which just come in the same way every time, that it becomes mind-numbing. LSDXOXO ... read more
Sick Bitch bangs hard. The rest, albeit still hard, is less exciting. Compared to last year's Waitin 2 Exhale, this almost feels like a regression; LSD has found a formula and stuck to it, at least for these four tracks.
repetitive but addictive driving beats.
more bangers for my club playlist.
Leaner, meaner and harder than the mixtape from last year, while still honing its 'vulgar techno-pop' sound. Vocals this bluntly erotic will make everyone involved in the WAP discourse writhe like a worm, but the beats still pound, and besides, it makes these tracks stand out in a genre so usually po-faced. Dude continues to be the techno diva we need but probably don't deserve.
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anztec, kingsolomonf, MarkyC, kalle02

Added on: April 7, 2021