There are few things I love more in life than enjoying a slice of Lou Malnati’s deep dish pizza while watching the Chicago Bulls (aka D-Rose, aka D-Lish, aka D-Vour) bring home the W.
That being said, here’s one of those few things –
Artists taking risks in the studio!
All too often we see and hear producers handcuffed to their patterned techniques caused by fear of ridicule and a loss of fans. In the words of NFL analyst Chris Carter, “C’MON MAN”. EDM continues to sound increasingly indistinguishable, and the only artists that stand out are those that craft their own, unique sound – a sound that does not mimic or replicate past work, but instead creates a lasting memory and a craving for niche, innovative material.
Remixing Fall Out Boy’s “Alone Together”, the Krew most likely anticipated the influx of cross-genre haters looking to critique anything that’s inconsistent with the current mainstream criteria. Let me make something very clear: haters gonna hate, ragers gonna rage. Good music is good music, especially when it’s free.
So quit your complaining, and suit up! Because it’s about to get wet.
No seriously, there are some storm clouds to the west. You should really put on a jacket.