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Los Angeles producer Nosaj Thing crafts stately, ethereal synth-based instrumental hip-hop, with influences that range from Boards of Canada and DJ Shadow to Danny Elfman and Erik Satie. An L.A. native, Jason Chung was inspired at an early age by the hip-hop radio stations that the bus driver would play on his way to elementary school, and particularly by the Beat Junkies' turntablism on Power 106. In high school,…

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  • i like it
  • Don't Mind Me.
  • Fated хорош, даже очень
  • This guy is a good illustration of my fear of creating anything art-related.
  • Fated sounds lacking in conviction, energy and confidence. I love the guy, but this is my first genuine disappointment of the year: nothing more than a bunch of sketches that don't stick around long enough to leave much of impression aside from the occasional, "oh, that's interesting...". "Medic" and "A" are fine and it certainly picks up towards the end, but I really would have liked these tracks to be fleshed out into longer pieces. Remixes may salvage some of this material.
  • Fa(r)ted is pretty boring indeed
  • I adored DRIFT and I liked HOME a lot but FATED is not for me.
  • Lot like his other stuff, but that just means it's enjoyable. Check out my review in my sidebar and add me as a friend!
  • pretty boring new album
  • Let You sounds just like Machinedrum -- almost indistinguishable

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