Crash Land Drops ‘Weapons’
July 6, 2018
July 6, 2018
In recent times, Getter and $uicide Boy$ crafted an EP, Radical $uicide. Together, the two worked in sync on numerous tracks including “Champion of Death” and “Magazine.” My favorite and our Relentless Beat of the Week, “Memoirs of a Gorilla,” was used to close the project out. However, their first track on the EP, “Stop Calling Us Horrorcore” also bumps, and the title is quite humorous.
Without a doubt, the EP is a switch from Getter’s usual producing style, but that’s why he’s been deemed a tastemaker in the modern music scene. His talent goes further than dubstep, and he’s proved it well beyond this recent collaboration.On top of Getter’s musical aspects, $uicide Boy$ came in to contribute their buried vocals. All things aside, every song makes you feel as if you thuggin’. The lyrics express serious situations under semi-silly conditions, and the EP is perfect to put on when it’s time to turn up.
On Saturday, November 18, $uicide Boy$ are heading to Phoenix’s first-ever Goldrush Music Festival at Rawhide. Free of boundaries, it is a music-lover’s paradise. The event is composed of mainly hip hop and electronic elements and goes beyond the ordinary to present some of the hottest up and coming names in music. Grab tickets here.