Tag Archives: Flatlander

Death Grips Live Review (HMV Forum, London. 2/5/13)

If ATP couldn’t get enough of my respect already for putting on great events, they somehow squeezed some more out of me with this. Death Grips, anyone who follows this review blog should know, is a band who has done nothing wrong in my books and has been consistently blasted via my laptop, record player and iPod ever since “Exmilitary” came out. After unfortunately missing their previous shows/tours for various reasons, I made this particular gig in London a mission that could not be failed. Continue reading

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Death Grips – “NO LOVE DEEP WEB” Review

Death Grips – No Love Deep Web
Genre: Hip-Hop/Experimental Hip-Hop

Label: Epic

Death Grips, if you haven’t been caught up in internet hype recently, is the three-piece Sacromento-based band who are known for their noisy and experimental hip-hop. Fronted by MC Ride (real name Stefan Burnett), percussion provided by noise-rock warrior Zach Hill and synths, samples and general production is handled by Flatlander (real name Andy Morin). Earlier in the year I reviewed their first album of 2012, “The Money Store”, here. Now we have their greatly anticipated second full-length release of 2012! Continue reading

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