I said, “You rock” to a mom in a rocking chair. She got the runs. And I don’t mean a stocking tear. A woman in the elevator asked my son how long he’d been livin. He held up three fingers. But it was inside his mitten. Her self-hate’s got a shelf date. Well wait– I’m not just a hot guy. I do what i gotta do to not die. We only touch when there’s no more room in bed. Last time I saw your twat, it brought a human head. Let’s get extravagant and sex have again. Oh snap, after I snowcapped her whole lap, she gave me a…
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A lot to digest but it's all lean and delicious. Grade A beats and delivery. Stand outs are Breezeway Ritual, My Auntie's Building, and Brick Body Complex. Obviously the later is inspiration for the album art, both compliment each other so much and set the tone for the set. Another record I'm happy to have taken a random chance on, Robert Writhe
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Hella Personal, regardless of your experience, there are a multitude of tracks that speaks both generally and specifically to the human experience.
Writ large, it's a post-modern microcosm of being human.
Writ small, it's a vibe tmomonet