Every piano plink and rhythmic crackle feels intimate, like a telegraph from within his head—far more than a dance album (good luck dancing to this), it’s a rich singer-songwriter experience, something akin to John Lennon’s Imagine.
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As Anticon’s resident beat maestros, Jel and Odd Nosdam have developed a great kinship over their love and mastery of crafting gritty but emotive instrumentals. Their beats convinced a new generation of kids that music without vocals isn’t necessarily always background music. This interview by Amorn Bholsangngam.
July 28th, 2009 · No Comments
Themselves is producer Jel and rapper Doseone, who detach themselves from the Anticon hive mind to release their own ultra-fractalized riffs on hip-hop and experimental music. Their newest CrownsDown is built on the same frame as Nas and Gang Starr and to fit alongside Doseone’s side gig teaching kids how to rap. This interview by Matt Dupree.