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DrymTman is an influential hip hop rapper/ Producer that has created a good number of cult (and I mean cult) classics, experimental records, and noise punk/noise techno records.

In 1995 he released the first mixtape under the name DrymTman titled: Alright here my mix tape
Very few knew about this tape due to it being underground and only being sold through personally made CDs.

Later that year he would continue that idea of selling his own CDs to local clubs and music fans alike with his closest to Pop record yet titled: Flux (the Second)
The ideas behind the record were a bit interesting and cryptic with samples of Europe's 1986 single "The Final Countdown" playing as a melodic goodbye for the record's closing track.

Things grew silent for a while until the rapper protege released 2002's "3 pete"
This highly experimental record was not a hit among fans and would take time for appreciation.
This album also brought one of his most famed songs "Gucci Fangs" a Dracula inspired track with a catchy chorus.

Things were yet again silent but the three albums he put out were gaining their cult following, being played at underground clubs and through the headphones of many fans of experimental hip hop at the time.

After 5 years however DrymTman pulled through on his first (and most well known) full length LP: The Fourth Mixed Tape
This blew the minds of people on the scene at the time, a first half of just catchy singles and a super experimental second half that caught the attention of avant-garde fans. His most listened to album to date.

He followed that up the next year with 2008's more subdued record "A Fifth Of Tman"
Abandoning the noise electronic for a more lo-fi chill sound, he pulled together a generally unliked album from fans.

He quit the scene until he started to upload his tracks to Spotify. Spotify denied the service due to audio quality so he uploaded all of these mix tapes to soundcloud as a hype up for his latest 2018 record: ":*:L:*: Old Tape, Flex Tape, New Tape :*:K:*"

A conceptual and compositional change for the artist, but so far his most well received since The Fourth Mixed Tape.

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