Sunday, February 23, 2014

Juakali's Feathers Too Bright

Appearances can be deceiving and in the case of Juakali this is especially the case. Judging by their album Feathers Too Bright's cover you would have absolutely no idea that this group create dark minimal electronically overbearing dance hall. I had no idea and the second I put this record on, I had to do a double take because this is not at all what I was expecting.

Loaded with hip hop crisp beats, dubstep breakdowns, and enough twerkable rhythms to make Miley Cyrus' rear end explode Feathers Too Bright is one heck of a record. Ridiculously catchy, the songs are all rude, ruff and very, very good. Minimal production makes the record throb, bounce and get dirty in all the best ways. Put it this way, this record is so rude that it could never ever be played in South Carolina, Kentucky, or most states of the Deep South. It's rump shaking beats and amazing basslines are a bit too much for those pure of heart and soul.

Feathers Too Bright is a brutally brilliant record that manipulates samples, creates bangers with next to nothing and levels every dance floor daring enough to come in contact with it. This is the most deceptively awesome piece of DJ hardware I've come across in a long, long while. Clangy, bangy, sexy, and hypnotic in it's approach if you want to liven up any party or summon Miley Cyrus' rear end drop a needle on this record.

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