Featuring some twangy guitars and punky vocals, ‘Joe’ has a similar vibe to the New York rock duo’s previous nonchalantly depressive single, ‘Rot’. Things are tamer this time around, almost pop-punk-esque – that is up until the last twenty seconds when the leash and muzzle are removed.
My love for Run the Jewels is unhealthily obsessive. It’s better off we don’t get into it. In celebration of Record Store Day, the US hip hop duo have dropped this new track. Lyrically it’s nothing special from the two emcees – the spacey beat is the clincher. SL Jones does lay a pretty good guest verse. I don’t really know who he is, but he’s got a cool voice – almost like Big Sean if Big Sean could actually rap.
'Day of the Rope' - Spray Paint
This dissonant dose of desert punk from Texan trio, Spray Paint, won't be everyone's cup of tea. Even Washer seem like easy listening in comparison. Personally, I love the volatility.