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Boomkat Product Review:
Crackshot partner-piece to 2019’s ‘There Existed An Addiction to Blood’ by LA’s rap screwballs Clipping, one of the most intriguing acts on the current Sub Pop roster alongside Shabazz Palaces
Galvanised by experiences of the past year, and riddled with a sort of nervy ‘90s horror anxiety, ‘Visions of Bodies Being Burned.’ sees the trio moving from strength to strength with a hefty payload of noisy, grizzled hip hop abstractions and hyperrealism, framed by some of their crunchiest and most starkly dramatic productions.
There’s a certain LA Lynchian-noir/‘90s teen slasher/body horror atmosphere that percolates the album from its intro to Dungeon rap flex of ‘Say The Name’ or ‘’96 Neve Campbell’ and the cracked, needling trap drama of ‘Enlacing’, holding together a ruggedly fractious set that’s prone to bouts of darkside paranoiac panic on ‘Something Underneath’ and lunges into clashy industrial D&Breakcore on ‘Pain everyday’, and even some kind industrial-rap-jazz fusion with Chicago staple Jeff Parker on ‘Eaten Alive.’