Boomkat Product Review:
Genius, schismatic mixtape styles from Rob Digikiller ov Brooklyn’s beloved reggae reissuers, playing deep into, and hard out of, expectations for TTT.
So yeah, side A is the one for the reggae heads, stacking super sturdy and rootical cuts of dubwise reggae flush with chanting vocals, rolling nyabinghi drums and floating organs for the top shelf, surprisingly ending with a delectable countrified power ballad.
The B-side absolutely lets fly with other styles, roving the outer limits of heavy, thrash and black metal and into zoned-out hammering free-folk scuzz, into the atmospheric nether fields to spirit-clawing mentation electronic styles, wrapped up with a sharp left turn into what-the-f*ck-is-that? zones all the best mixtapes slide into.
Bravo, that’s how ya do it.