The notion of A side/B side is destined to one day become a mythical throwback to yesteryear, the romantic days when physical media dictated such things. The freedom that the B side afforded artists, the idea of the double A side… eventually, it will all be a memory. Perhaps, at least.
Rossington Code’s sultry electric pianos are the main focus of its half timed escapade from humid rhythm to humid rhythm
Preamble notwithstanding, this digital release from Do Re Mi is a double barrelled offering.
In Thought Crimes, Joey Prolapse’s lament of big brother’s (Orwell, not McAll… or whoever your figurehead for the vacuous voyeur show may be) empty promises and fallacious methods of control is given fleeting control over the score, sharing with a sampled monologue and the track’s melodies as they wash in and out of the track; the rap is treated much more a part in the song than the main focus.
Rossington Code’s sultry electric pianos are the main focus of its half timed escapade from humid rhythm to humid rhythm, morphing between funky, garage, and dub. All in all, a worthwhile listen.