Flying Lotus - You're Dead!
Mar 29, 2020
100
The first couple of short tracks are a sort of intro to the album and build up to the amazing "Never Catch Me" that features Kendrick Lamar. The frenectic and twitchy freeform jazz returns every once in a while, serving as a building block to the rest of the tracks. The transitions and overall coherence of the album are staggering. By the time we get to the haunting "Descent Into Madness" featuring Thundercat, we're already enveloped by the morbid atmosphere of the album. Next up, one of Captain Murphy's appearances in this work. He's another of Steven's personas and his eerie and twisted personality really serves the overall balance of "You're Dead!". The album swings back and forth, sitting in a limbo between life and death. It's a very densely packed work, full of emotion despite being considerably short. 10/10
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