Wednesday, May 4 2011
There’s not enough on The Only She Chapters that is engaging, and everything coalesces into a gigantic sphere of white noise with beats that crawl as slowly as a turtle.
Wednesday, January 20 2010
Words and Pictures by David Reyneke
Friday, November 20 2009
Thursday, May 21 2009
Hot on the heels of Prefuse 73's latest comes the third album from Guillermo Scott Herren's Catalan psych-folk project.
Wednesday, April 29 2009
Heron's best work since One Word Extinguisher is a true album experience, meant to be played start to finish in one uninterrupted session for maximum enjoyment.
Wednesday, October 24 2007
It's going to take more than a simple return to the clearer song forms of One Word Extinguisher to get anyone all that excited at this point.
Wednesday, September 21 2005
It reads like a tale of two warriors who couldn't quite win the big battle, and are furiously polishing their tarnished armor to do battle again.
Thursday, July 21 2005
Prefuse 73 loses the magical touch, filling out this album's incoherent and gaping holes with guest appearances.
Wednesday, July 16 2003
Rarely has this sort of oceanism held sway through an entire hip-hop album, but on One Word Extinguisher this semidetached perspective really gets the space it needs to stretch its legs, and to envelope the listener in its surreal urbanism.
Wednesday, July 10 2002
The ‘92 vs ‘02 Collection is Prefuse 73 at his best sewing together hip-hop and ambient techno while creating a sound positively his own.