You know, for all the undergroud Hip-Hop genres currently being ousted by more vibrant, alluring Internet-based hype artists the abstract unravelings of the Hellfyre Club are staying afloat. Reviews on DoD have found their way on sites like , , and. The topics are profound and timely, fresh in their perspective. Next up is Hella Personal Film Festival, a continuation of Open Mike Eagle's entertainment-based titles, with complete production from Paul White, whose seen his work appear on Danny Brown's two most notable records. Oh, and those four tracks? The bad news for all his advocates is that his collaboration with frequent producer is a humble and restrained blow against the empire, but it is artistically rich and brilliant. It's those last two though that are really the focus.
This makes Eagle's work stand apart from his companion Milo in that the former picks apart broad ideas using a narrow vision, whereas the latter tells of personal quandaries with sweeping concepts. You may know Paul White from his solo work, or his production work with Danny Brown, Homeboy Sandman, or Yasiin Bey Mos Def. Rapper Open Mike Eagle and producer Paul White will be dropping an album the 25th of March, 2016. It's proven my point that non-conforming art has the opportunity to stay around much longer than their in-the-moment brethren. The apt title Hella Personal Film Festival gets at Eagle's quest for deep meaning, and his use of literate and hip wit to cut away all the dreck.
Ranging between disturbing themes of foster families, to the reality of your early 30s, to the falsehood that there is a capped a quota for the success of black folks, Cavanaugh has gone in all directions. I've been trying to get better at this myself. On cuts like 'Dive Bar Support Group' and 'A Short About A Guy That Dies Everynight,' White takes his invaluably knowledge of not just music but film to create something that works in both regards, the story-telling Eagle adds only goes to prove the producers work of eliciting this sort of response. Time will tell how it holds up to the best of the Hellfyre Club works, but as it lingers with me each successive day I only enjoy it more. Smiling Quirky Race Doc 8. Song Duration 1 Admitting the Endorphin Addiction 3:28 2 2:43 3 Dang Is Invincible 2:50 4 Check to Check 2:03 5 The Curse of Hypervigilance In Politics, Romance, and Cohabitation 2:47 6 Insecurity 2:31 7 Smiling Quirky Race Doc 3:42 8 Leave People Alone 3:05 9 A Short About a Guy That Dies Every Night 3:03 10 Protectors of the Heat 4:26 11 Insecurity, Pt.
Hella Personal Film Festival begins with what would later become my favorite track. They're rightfully cinematic, but not in a multi-million dollar production kind of way, but one that works with what little you have. Like an Old Western finding ways to incorporate stunts, or a modern Indie taking performance art to a personal level. I Went Outside Today feat. They talk shit to each other all day. What stitches them together is the vocal underbelly, no track goes without one well-placed loop, and rooted Hip-Hop necessities.
Those naysayers may change their minds thanks to Eagle's new collaborative album with producer Paul White, Hella Personal Film Festival. In a new urban development on the far west side of Detroit, Florida, it's mandated by a 5 to 4 city council vote that a new housing structure be erected that has both luxury condominium units available for private ownership and section 7 housing in the same building. Mike and Dave have a combined 14 years of experience in Cavanaugh maintenance. The need to stay hip is real, so while I may not be great at promoting myself through social media, you can find me all over the place. Complaining about their home lives, spinning passive aggressive tales where they pretend to be angrier, stronger, more expressive men.
S, Aesop Rock, Yoni Wolf, Kool A. Each of those attributes, instead, make him one of hip-hop's most distinctive voices. This is one for heavy rotation. This is a dream-team sent directly from the pits of underground rap. For listeners, it's the perfect introduction to both Eagle and Paul White's sound. Eclectic, inspired and at times jarring, the sound is Arthouse Hiphop at its best.
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Two releases a year, collaborating with others often, seems to be the trend. A Short About A Guy That Dies Everynight 10. It's not like th ey're the perfect example either, Film Festival is just that consistent. But, his work with Open Mike sets a new standard for cohesiveness and creativity. This isn't your typical underground Hip-Hop release, where they boldly claim their artistic distinctions but what they show within is held on the same plateau.