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Boomkat Product Review:
Murky rap introspection and probing avant-R&B by LA’s Zeroh on a heavily smoked out and hazily psychedelic tip, kinda like a trippier, mercurial adjunct to Dean Blunt or LA Timpa.
"From its opening whisper of "culture is a baby" followed by a euphoric but frightening blast of sound. BLQLYTE moves with the unpredictable energy of a pyschedelic trip, where apocalyptic soundscapes and mutated R&B vault between shamanistic musings on mortality and earthly matters of modern day Los Angeles.
The mood is heavy, hanging in the air like rising waters building to a catastrophic flood. Zeroh's ninja like voice seamlessly transforms throughout tracks like a Greek chorus, tackling speeding thoughts and introspections in a stream of consciousness cascade of vocal flows and techniques that both wordy and soulful. Perhaps classifiable as a rap album, BLQLYTE inhabits its own experimental, deeply personal zone in the orbit of Leaving Records' genre free ethos."