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Blown Horizonz: Incidental Notes on Psychedelic Noise, Abstract Rap, and Other Music That Will End Your Mind

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Collecting over a decade worth of writing about mind-boggling sound, Blown Horizonz strips away the insignificant fuzz and takes you to the deep dark places where music can remake you, remake us, remake our whole society into something bigger, weirder, and more free.
Kindle Edition, 118 pages
Published September 24th 2012
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Byron
Mar 28, 2013 Byron rated it really liked it
Author David Morris spent the 2000s engaging with all the same records I dismissed out of hand because they appeared to be some ol' bullshit: Die Antwoord; Lil B; obscure indie labels that only distribute via dubbed cassette tape; Anticon, so on and so forth. It turns out I was right. If you didn't bother downloading Music for the Advancement of Hip-Hop, or whatever it was called, at the time, there's no need for you to bother, at this point. But maybe check out this book? At the very least, ...more
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