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    The Healing Component

    When Chicago MC Mick Jenkins first broke out onto the national hip-hop scene with his 2014 mixtape The Water[s], fans embraced the thoughtful new voice for his ability to hold a mirror up to society -- and himself -- and deliver unflinchingly honest reflections in his baritone style over a sonic palette as deep as his lyrical metaphors. But The Water[s] also laid out a thesis statement of sorts, an emphasis on healing and love instead of anger and violence that carried through his next project, the EP Wave[s], and surfaces again fully-formed on his debut album, The Healing Component, out soon via Cinematic Music Group.

    To Jenkins, 25, the titular healing component isn't THC -- the element of marijuana that produces its high -- as the acronym of the album suggests, but love, a concept explored throughout the album and anchored by the single, Spread Love. The project is stitched together through a series of skits, or more accurately conversations, on the nature and meaning of love for individual people, fleshed out and discussed in a way that's reminiscent of the classroom interludes that pepper The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. But it's not just romantic or familial love that he explores throughout the album's 15 tracks. It's also about love in all the different ways it manifests itself: It's all-encompassing, he says, Because it's something that I intend to talk about for a while in different ways. - Dan Rys (

    1. The Healing Component
    2. Spread Love
    3. Daniels Bloom
    4. Strange Love
    5. This Type Love?
    6. Drowning (ft. BADBADNOTGOOD)
    7. As Seen in Bethsaida (ft. theMIND)
    8. Communicate (ft. Ravyn Lenae)
    9. Plugged
    10. 1000 Xans (ft. theMIND)
    11. Prosperity (ft. theMIND)
    12. Fall Through
    13. Love, Robert Horry (ft. J-Stock)
    14. Angles (ft. Noname & Xavier Omar)
    15. Fucked Up Outro (ft. Michael Anthony)
    Mick Jenkins
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  • IV IV Quick View

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    BADBADBADNOTGOOD is the talented young quartet of Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, Alex Sowinski on drums & Leland Whitty on saxophone. They formed and became inseparable friends at Humber College's Music Performance program in 2011 and have been on a critically acclaimed, rule bending musical journey ever since.

    BBNG took the music world by storm with their 2014 LP, III, a brash yet refined record of angular jazz improvisations, lush ballads, kraut rock, & futuristic hip-hop tinged rhythms which led to a couple years of touring the world & collaborating with some of the best and brightest artists around the globe.

    The boys are back with the new album IV, their most impressive and highly anticipated project yet. IV continues their forward thinking progression, sounding something like a jam session in space between Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, Weather Report, Arthur Russell & MF DOOM. With tracks like Time Moves Slow featuring haunting vocals from Sam Herring of Future Islands, the syncopated groove of Lavender, a collaboration with Montreal based producer Kaytranada, the rumbling fusion build of Confessions Pt. II featuring Colin Stetson on the bass sax, Love which is highlighted with smokey left field raps from Mick Jenkins & the epic chords of Speaking Gently, IV is an exploration in post-genre virtuosity.

    1. And That, Too
    2. Speaking Gently
    3. Time Moves Slow (feat. Sam Herring)
    4. Confessions Pt. II (feat. Colin Stetson)
    5. Lavender (feat. KAYTRANADA)
    6. Chompy's Paradise
    7. IV
    8. Hyssop of Love (feat. Mick Jenkins)
    9. Structure No. 3
    10. In Your Eyes (feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)
    11. Cashmere
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  • Pattern of Excel Pattern of Excel Quick View

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    Pattern of Excel

    What moves faster than the internet? OK, maybe light. But besides that, it's hard to find something more fleeting, rapidly changing and dynamic as the voice of the online community, which ultimately shapes the contemporary creative landscape both on and off the screen. As it happens, sometimes the artists who are most celebrated by the collective interweb are the same ones who later are in the throes of its fickleness. In the case of Lee Bannon, he's managed to slip into the elite of so many disparate (yet all discerning) scenes that even the speediest of hype surfers can't seem to keep up with his sonic shapeshifting. After an initial rise in the world of hip-hop (self-releasing beat tapes, collaborating with rap royalty like Souls of Mischief and Hieroglyphics and producing and DJing for Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew), Lee Bannon turned his attention to a more ambitious, unconventional and decidedly anti-fad cause: taking influence from Goldie, Aphex Twin and the legacy of drum & bass and jungle to craft his debut LP Alternate/Endings. The album, released in January 2014 on Ninja Tune, was percussively dense, somehow both raw and razor-sharp, and featured enough peaks and plummets to blow the snapback right off the expectant hip-hop head's skull. Despite (or perhaps because of) the bold shift from previous work, the album was released to critical acclaim with words of praise coming from Rolling Stone, Resident Advisor, FACT, Pitchfork, The Guardian and more. Never one to stagnate, Lee Bannon has spent the subsequent months further honing his skills as a hotly-tipped collaborator (working more with Joey Bada$$, Wiki and producing Mick Jenkins' newest single, as well as more credits to come later this year), touring extensively (including a run with Trash Talk and Ratking in North America) and turning his attention once more to the studio for solo work. His sophomore LP on Ninja Tune, Pattern of Excel, again signals a movement away from the ground he's already covered and toward his own vision of the leftfield future. Gone are the rapidfire breaks and growling b-lines of his debut, replaced instead by a considered exploration of ambient soundscapes and drone influences. Though less immediately demanding of the listener's attention, Pattern of Excel shines in its quietude: the bokeh which filters through Artificial Stasis, the distant but steady build of Memory 6, the strings sadly quavering into a melody on DisneĀµ Girls. Rather than a departure, Pattern of Excel can only be considered a continuation of Lee Bannon's proven flexibility and commitment to innovation and progression.
    1. Good / Swimmer
    2. Artificial Stasis
    3. dx2
    4. Suffer Gene
    5. refoah
    6. Shallowness is the root of all evil
    7. Paofex
    8. kanu
    9. Aga
    10. inflatable
    11. AW in the Sky for Pigs
    12. DisneĀµ Girls
    13. SDM
    14. Memory 6
    15. Towels
    Lee Bannon
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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