Volume 1: Flick Your Tongue Against Your Teeth and Describe the Present.

Bedwetter - Volume 1: Flick Your Tongue Against Your Teeth and Describe the Present.
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2017 Ratings: #210
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January 29, 2017 / Release Date
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60
The Needle Drop

Travis Miller's first volume of music as Bedwetter is a harrowing statement on mental health... when Travis is rapping.

thebibleparttwo
90
a concept album about a man reflecting on his tormented life as a child and trying to drink it away, with only occasional momentary lapses of reason back to the present like Stoop Lights. but with tracks such as Haze of Interference, neither us or Travis himself know where exactly he is

but to him It’s all just the liquor

this project is much more than a statement on mental health, It’s a look into the genuine mind of someone who fails to find happiness; even when he’s ... read more
Atrocityblubber
84
Im not sure what I just listened to.....But it was incredible

good project from travis miller
exception
79
Travis Miller's return to the rap game after a quiet 2016 is perhaps his darkest and most demented work yet. Although inconsistent, some of the best rap songs that Miller has released since Mista Thug Isolation are on here, in particular, Stoop Lights. The themes of this record deal with depression, loneliness, and what stands out to me to be alcoholism. Haze of Interference had me really fucked up, when Miller's voice turns into a possessed shrieking of fury and confusion. When he says ... read more
GRNHLL
80
Yeah I'm scared how did u know
78
The mysterious innovator in experimental hip hop, Travis Miller, returns after a quiet year with a whole new persona, Bedwetter - a whole new side to the existential suffering seen on previous Lil Ugly Mane efforts, reaching untouched areas that have never come across as this morbidly personal before.

The cover art of Miller's living space alone, painfully depicts a life on the brink of mental collapse - a plain storage container with nothing but cheap furniture and what looks like a deathbed ... read more
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Track List

  1. ​john
  2. ​man wearing a helmet
  3. ​stoop lights
  4. ​fondly eulogizing sleep
  5. ​branch
  6. ​square movement
  7. ​haze of interference
  8. ​this in not my stomach
  9. ​cave yourself over
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Added on: January 30, 2017