!llmind - Four Three Two EP
I'll just start this one out by saying that I wasn't born when Disco music was big. I've listened to some Disco Music around the time I was finding out was music I really liked, but decided to choose Hip-Hop over Disco as well as Rock N Roll, and god forbid Country music. But when !llmind randomly dropped the Four Three Two EP, I was a little confused with what to think. !llmind kills the Hip-Hop production, and I'd be comfortably confident in his ability to make RNB, Electronic, and probably even Soul music. But Disco was one that I didn't see coming. But I listened. The Four Three Two EP is a bridge between modern music, and the disco the past has known. Most of the songs start off with a solid drum track and beat, that then builds into the song, where the drums continue. This makes it nearly impossible not to nod your head along with all the changes through out the EP which keeps your attention. Every Hip-Hop fan should consider listening to this album to work on their instrumentation work as well as their track layouts. !llmind keeps the attention of the audience beautifully on this EP as he toes the lines between repeating and new material in each song. The EP is available for stream via Soundcloud.