Prefuse 73 - Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives download mp3 album
Complete your Prefuse 73 collection. The freshest hip-hop to come down the line in a while. Prefuse 73's debut, VOCAL STUDIES + UPROCK NARRATIVES, uses cut-up MCs and glitch sounds to craft some of the funkiest tunes to come out of the ATL since the advent of crunk. They take not only bit of lyric, but the moments when the MCs take a breath - making for a completely unexpected rhythm and flow.
Herren first released music under the name "Prefuse 73" with 2001's commercially and critically successful Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives. A year later, a 4-track EP The '92 vs. '02 Collection was released. In 2003, Herren released the full-length album One Word Extinguisher, one of his best known Prefuse 73 albums to date. On August 8, 2007, the fourth Prefuse 73 album, Preparations was announced and it was released on October 15, 2007 Along with partners Peter Rentz, Carolina Chaves, Ben Loiz, Carlos Niño, and Paz Ochs, Herren started the Eastern Developments Music label.
On Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives, Herren has stirred controversy with his talent in the studio for sampling raps and turning them into the rhythmic instruments of his songs by chopping, fading and looping. Consequently, the Prefuse project got accused of disrespecting the role of the real MC. Nevermind that the results sound like record-scratching anyway, I can't believe anyone would freak after hearing how incredibly mack this shit sounds. Prefuse 73 reimagines the genre in a collage of half-remembered rhymes and hazy static, letting us in on a dialogue with his soul. Through his fusion of hip-hop and soul music with electronica's current passion for the blip, he's also painted a portrait of the peculiar state of our urbanity. The bomb he's dropped will resonate outwards, hopefully even shaking up P. Diddy a little as he chills in the suburbs, per his recent video, trying like hell to keep it real.
Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives is the first studio album by Guillermo Scott Herren under the name Prefuse 73. Released on Warp in 2001. Originally inspired by hip hop music, specifically miami bass and early 90s hip hop, Herren was first recording music with his Music Production Center (MPC) for the label Schematic Records, a label known primarily for intelligent dance music (IDM). Herren was signed to Warp in 1999 and began composing the album sampling hip hop artist such as Nas and Erykah Badu. Herren has only described his style as hip-hop and.
Album · 2001 · 16 Songs. The Class of 73 Bells (feat. School of Seven Bells) - EP. 2007. Preparations & Interregnums (Deluxe Version). The Only She Chapters.
Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives's 16 tracks can be listened to as one 50-minute piece of experimental ambient hip-hop. Even the album's more disruptive elements are somehow seamlessly integrated into the overall sense of groovy calm and funky forward motion. Atlanta-based producer Scott Herren uses a richly varied palette to create Vocal Studies' warm, subtle sound collages. Sliced-and-diced rap and vocal performances play a key role on a number of these sonic constructions. Blacklist," featuring MF Doom and Aesop Rock, is an exception.
In 2001 he released a debut album as Prefuse 73, Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives, which announced his arrival with a loud bang unlike any that had been heard coming from an MPC, the drum sampler that was hip-hop’s sonic architect in the 1990s. Both Vocal Studie. nd its 2003 follow-up One Word Extinguisher established Prefuse as a unique voice, an artist capable of giving hip-hop what it thought it didn’t need. At times, the early 2000s hip-hop underground felt like a strange musical wilderness.
Scott Herren, the lone figure behind releases as Delarosa & Asora, Savath & Savalas, and Prefuse 73, constructs raw breakbeat tracks, cutting and splicing vocals, beats, and pianos over and over until what may previously have been a straight-ahead hip-hop rhythm track gets reconstructed into a symphony of deeply groovy musique concrète. Herren calls on the raw repetition of DJ Premier and the catchy finesse of Timbaland to create a collection of tracks that could appeal to fans of DMX just as well as AFX.
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Vocals [Featuring] – Mikah 9
|4||Smile In Your Face||2:28|
|5||Point To B||4:01|
|6||Five Minutes Away||3:15|
Rap [Featuring] – Rec Center
|8||Eve Of Dextruction||3:22|
Vocals [Featuring] – Sam Prekop
|11||Back In Time||2:10|
|12||Hot Winter's Day||2:12|
Rap [Featuring] – Aesop Rock, MF Doom
Vocals [Featuring] – Dose One
|15||Afternoon Love In||4:01|
- Artwork By [Design] – Estrada / Mofungo
- Mastered By – Tony Dawsey
- Performer, Written-By – Scott Herren
NotesTrack 9 Last Night contain samples from Deodato's Nights In White Satin.
Track 15 Afternoon Love In contain samples from Paul Horn's Agra.
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