We feel free enough to confess that we love Death Grips more than we probably should. And why not? There's no one else quite like them them and with music that seeks to genuinely challenge the listener and a reputation for subversive ways we say bring it on! Needless to say the video for Lock Your Doors, filmed live using some rather good technology (some spy glasses we suspect) has us somewhat excited...
Extracted from the somewhat difficult to find, officially at least, No Love Deep Web Lock Your Do... read more »
We could complicate this more thennecessary but we won't. Check out some promo videos we've enjoyed in the last month...
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What do you think happens when Death Grips hole themselves up in a Chateau for two months? Perhaps not what you'd guess, but here is a short film of the band, mostly silent and in monochrome, in which we see the band eating flowers, treading daintily in ponds and much more beside.
About three quarters of the way through we come to the music, song Come Up and Get Me, taken from their self-leaked third album No Love Deep Web, which reached the high numbers in our Crucial Albums of 2012. Check it out abo... read more »
When we first heard Death Grips earlier this year, via the excellent Bjork and her Biophilia Remix Series we were addicted. With beats to tear your ears off and a ferocious approach to production that seriously impressed it was inevitable it'd be a constant fixture on our playlist. We were looking forward to the follow up and after a mysterious announcement on Facebook saying just "12AM" it was released for free via the bands website, soon shutdown allegedly by the record company, after the promises for ... read more »
You may have heard Death Grips' The Money Store earlier this year and decide that you really loved it, with a capital FUCK. One thing is for sure, despite being usually not foul of the mouth save for some choice eating matter, we did love that album. So when the band announced that the world would be hearing the album at the same time as their record label we were intrigued. So, we had a "sneak peek" with at least another one million people...
If we judged a book by the cover* then No Love Deep Web is p... read more »
We're not ashamed to admit that we have an obsession with Death Grips. Not the act of gripping a person to death - we wouldn't have a clue frankly! - but the band whose alternative hip-hop beats are annoyingneighborsand deafening those foolish enough to listen with headphones the world over. When we first them via their remixes ofBjörk's Biophilia we were curious just how something could be even more louder and disconcerting but when we listened to their latest album The Money Store we were addicted. In ... read more »
CalifornianexperimentalHip-Hop trio Death Grips first caught our attention when they remixed tracks from Bjork's Biophilia. We enjoyed the remixes so much we checked out their latest album, their first on Epic Records and were blown away... see where we got blown to in our review.Music Review//Death Grips - The Money Store.
Imagine the first time you heard your favorite album of all time and just how you felt as it's music entered your mind. When we came across The Money Store we were moved not to tears... read more »
The second of Bjork's excellent Biophilia Remix Series is out and with a bi-weekly release schedule in place it won't be long before number three. So before we become less than on the dial, Seba Rashii Culture took in Death Grips' slant on the two morselstheypicked from Biophilia.Music Review//Biophilia Remix Series 2: Death Grips Remixes.
Opening in a typically atmospheric loop Thunderboltistransformedinto an urbanised slice of urgent noise that lunges gracefully between synth happy back mixing and whi... read more »