Slauson Malone - A Quiet Farwell, Twenty Sixteen to Twenty Eighteen
Apr 24, 2019
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This might be the culmination of a movement rather unnoticed until last year, where you could find the SotC-fingerprints on the latest release by Earl Sweatshirt...

Jasper Marsalis, former member of Standing on the Corner and the man behind the pseudonym Slauson Malone, released a sound collage with an even bolder direction than his earlier work; abrasive, chaotic, off-kilter, yet conceptualized and cohesive despite some abrupt transitioning between the pieces...this is easily the most colourful effort within his repertoire...

The "post-hip hop" categorization some listeners want to form here might make more sense than most sceptics would admit, although there are way more genres and other references in this vast, capturing blend...

I heavily doubt that this will be topped; it might even be the last phenomenal music piece of this already ending decade...but I hope that this will have an impact on the future of, not only hip hop, but music in general...
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Apr 25, 2019
Didn't know he was in standing on the corner
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