Album Review

Two Feet Returns With Impressive Diverse Project 'A 20 Something Fuck'


Two Feet just dropped his new project A 20 Something Fuck and it embodies everything we’ve come to love from the New York artist. The release comes as the first in a 2 part series. Two Feet first popped up on our radar with his breakout single "Go Fuck Yourself" followed by his wave-making indie electronic Momentum EP, best known for the tracks “Had Some Drinks” and “Love Is A Bitch”. His unique blend of killer guitar riffs and rumbling bass resonated with listeners everywhere and today Two Feet takes his sound to the next level with A 20 Something Fuck.

The project begins with a melancholic intro track featuring a grainy voicemail message laid over piano chords, setting a somber tone for the album that melts away with the first chords of the next track “You Say”. Guitar riffs and hazy vocals dominate the LP, but Two Feet bends these core elements of his sound to express a diverse range of moods. “You Say” feels warm and calm, “Hurt People” ft. Madison Love gives off intense, sultry vibes, and “I Feel Like I’m Drowning” channels the gritty vibe that launched Two Feet’s musical journey. This is an impressive offering from the young artist that gives us a hint of the depth and diversity he can achieve with his sound.

The talented artist has unfortunately struggled with recent depression that was highly publicized following a suicide attempt. Since then, he's opened up about mental illness and getting help. Now he's delivered some incredible music - welcome back Two Feet. 

Two Feet - A 20 Something Fuck

Dillon Francis Shares Anticipated 11-Track, Latin-Inspired Album ‘WUT WUT’

Dillon Francis

2018 has definitely been a good year for Dillon Francis. Having released new music almost every month this year, today we’ve reached the culmination of the recent streak with his brand new album WUT WUT.

Seeing as this is Dillon’s first full project release since his 2014 Money Sucks, Friends Rule and 2015 This Mixtape Is Fire, we’re overjoyed to finally have out hands on this latest offering. Having announced the project towards the end of last year, we were supposed to find that WUT WUT would feature primarily latin inspired production and Spanish vocals, but couldn’t have anticipated it being this incredible.

Dillon has effectively completely reinvented his signature moombahton/dancehall-inspired sound, blending it with soft guitar, lush atmospheric soundscapes, heavy bass all wrapped up with a mix of R&B, trap and retro production elements. With numerous album singles like “Look At That Butt”, “Ven”, “BaBaBa (Vete Pa Ya)” released over the past few months, today Dillon has rounded out this full 11-track project in masterful fashion. Check out WUT WUT below and enjoy!

Dillon Francis - WUT WUT

Stream & Download Getter’s Vibrant, Genre-Blending New 12-Track Album ‘Visceral’

getter visceral

We’ve been waiting for this one for quite some time. Having put his blood sweat and tears into this new project over the last three years, today Getter’s new album Visceral is finally here via Mau5trap.

Getter has had a whirlwind of a time over the past few years. Having launched his own label, started a new hip-hop side project and even stated that he would be leaving EDM, it’s no wonder this album has been a while in the making. But as we recently talked with the LA-based producer about the process leading up to Visceral, it seems that this project embodies more raw emotion than we ever could’ve expected. He also clarified his comments about EDM, saying he just went on a rant and isn't planning on leaving the genre. 

Upon first listen to the new project, we’re absolutely loving the new direction Getter is traveling. Filled with inspiration from all over the electronic music spectrum, Getter has switched things up on this latest offering, blending bright, ethereal synths, lush, atmospheric soundscapes, powerful vocals and heavy bass seamlessly throughout. While different than the dubstep, trap or even future bass that we’ve heard from Getter in the past, there’s no denying this is some of the most passionate music we’ve ever heard from the 25-year-old artist. And although included on the album are recently released singles “All Is Lost”, “Made For You (Alone Again)”, “Solo”, (and a new interlude version of “Colorblind”), with features from Njomza, Midoca, Joji and more, listeners can expect numerous curveballs and switch-ups throughout the entirety of this new 12-track journey.

Stream Visceral in its entirety below and make sure to take a trip back seven+ years to where it all began with our cohesive timeline of Getter’s career here. Enjoy!

Getter - Visceral

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