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THE STEREOTYPES OF TOMORROW

6LA8

 

Progressive Electronic

3.85 | 6 ratings

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The Truth
5 stars 6LA8, one of the most prolific bands I've found, surprises me yet again with this truly amazing record, The Stereotypes of Tomorrow, an album that blends their already blended sound of their previous efforts creating one of the best records this year. Possibly even better than their In the Land of Dreams.

It's been downright hard for me to resist playing this album over and over as with each listen I find out just how deep this record is, finding new layers and details each time, every one surprising and enjoyable. The utilize their drone background but add in some electronica, some dub-step, some GY!BE-esque post-rock, some ambient and even some jazz. With a diversity this great, it's surprising to learn that what really makes the record worth listening is the great contradiction that fact has with the album ultimately being very dark and almost soulless. Density equals barrenness with this album and it's amazing, it truly is.

I recommend you go out and download this immediately, it's name-your-price on bandcamp but worth way much more than that. It's a record to just lay back and analyze and most of all zone out and enjoy. Please don't hesitate in giving it a taste.

The Truth | 5/5 |

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