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Avid Atmosphere fans lit up at the news that the dynamic duo would be going on tour at the top of 2020, and the excitement only heightened when a few short days after the announcement, a new album dropped.
As the old saying goes: "Two heads are better than one," and the proverb holds true throughout hip-hop history. From OutKast to Mobb Deep, it's been proven time and time again, when an artist finds his or her creative counterpart, the outcome is astounding. Blimes and Gab (better known as B.A.G.)
While feeling ill usually causes people to want to lie down and be as still as possible until it's over, Chicago-based psychedelic pop artist Jack Larsen is inspired instead. In fact, it played a role in naming his debut album, Mildew. The majestic, dreamlike set of tracks transports listeners to a world that feels altered and idealistic.
The first thing I noticed was the colors. The world, for so long a dull figment of my affinity for the dark and misunderstood, was forcing me to drink in its presence. And I did. At that point, it was my only hope. I drove to school in bewilderment.
Politics have always been the great divider, and the past four years have shown us exactly how deep those conflicts can run. As he witnesses our country split over their support of building a wall at the Mexican border, Israeli-born artist Zac Hacmon feels called to make a statement.
If you want us to keep the bars flowing, please subscribe to Passion of the Weiss on Patreon. Last March was an eventful time for Bay Area MC Blimes Brixton. The month started with a celebration of her 30th birthday and ended with the release of her debut solo album, .
In every industry, there are too many ways to view someone else's work. This makes the creative fields, with their subjectivity and intimacy and circumstantiality in their exposure to us, difficult to call.