Pure Trash

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All Music Guide - Joshua Glazer
Ostensibly a hip-hop label, Anticon has done more than any other company to shatter the preconceived notion of what their proclaimed genre can be, replacing the boom-bap of old with a far more colorful swatch of post-rock, experimental, folk, and psychedelic soundscapes upon which a laundry list of post-everything MCs, including Doseone, Why?, Slug, Buck 65, Sage Francis, and more, have laid their poetic musings, in the process reinventing the notion of how a rapper can rap as much as the producers changed how a beat swings. On his second full-length for Anticon, Dosh opens with a chiming children's toy which, soon accompanied by organ, hints at a full-fledged Brian ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Joshua Glazer
Ostensibly a hip-hop label, Anticon has done more than any other company to shatter the preconceived notion of what their proclaimed genre can be, replacing the boom-bap of old with a far more colorful swatch of post-rock, experimental, folk, and psychedelic soundscapes upon which a laundry list of post-everything MCs, including Doseone, Why?, Slug, Buck 65, Sage Francis, and more, have laid their poetic musings, in the process reinventing the notion of how a rapper can rap as much as the producers changed how a beat swings. On his second full-length for Anticon, Dosh opens with a chiming children's toy which, soon accompanied by organ, hints at a full-fledged Brian Wilson rainbow-colored explosion. But as is often the case with artists on well-regarded left-field labels, he pushes too hard at times, adding grunting beats that stomp all over the otherwise stirring composition. From there on, Dosh sticks to the damaged sound of music/trash collage. Here it feels like Dosh is reinventing the wheel, although perhaps someone new will be listening.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/19/2004
  • Label: Anticon
  • UPC: 655035504315
  • Catalog Number: 43

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Dosh Primary Artist
Jel Drum Breaks
Michael Lewis Saxophone
Andrew Broder Guitar, Trumpet
Martin Dosh Vocals, Sampling, fender rhodes, Sounds
Odd Nosdam Drum Breaks
Brian Olson Guitar
Tadhg Bolen Spoken Word
Erin Dosh Spoken Word
Jon Flower Bass
Original Five Vocals
Josiah Wolf Bass
Technical Credits
Tom Herbers Mastering
Jel Audio Production
Bridget Duffy Cover Art
Andrew Broder Audio Production
Martin Dosh Engineer
Odd Nosdam Producer, Audio Production, Records
Dosh Composer
DJ Celine Dijon Records
Erin Dosh Artwork
Ben Durrant Engineer
Josiah Audio Production
Mike Lewis Audio Production
Bryan Olsen Audio Production
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