Sharing musics from the modern era, the forgotten past and everything in between. We talk and listen to artist overviews, genre histories and our weirdo favorites.
The legendary MF DOOM's (Daniel Dumile) work can be found under a plethora of monikers but his style is unmistakable. Through his unique blend of hip-hop and nerd culture, husky flow, and indelible, off-kilter rhymes DOOM has built an enduring, broadly loved and influential legacy. On episode 33 we take a deep dive into the super villain's catalog, starting with early KMD years as Zev Love X. After being abandoned by the music industry, he returned to the scene with revenge on the mind, dawning a metal mask and spitting with a new ferocity. The result was a string of several classic albums culminating in a gold standard of underground hip-hop in Madvillainy. Since then, MF DOOM's output has become more sporadic, but while he may not do exactly what we want, he's the super villain we deserve.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 221.22MB - Duration: 2:03:50 m (250 kbps 48000 Hz)
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