D-Styles And Nosaj Thing - Episode 4 album FLAC
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Nosaj Thing's next album will land on September 8th. Parallels is Los Angeles artist Jason Chung's fourth full-length, and one that label Innovative Leisure calls a "redemptive rebirth" that came from an identity crisis. The LP is named for Chung's love of collaboration-he's worked with Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi and Chance The Rapper in the past-and it features three guest vocalists: Steve Spacek, Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino and Zuri Marley. Parallels is his first album since 2015's Fated
Jason Chung (born January 27, 1985), better known as Nosaj Thing, is an American record producer based in Los Angeles, California. He is of Korean descent. He has produced tracks for Busdriver, Nocando, Flash Bang Grenada, Kendrick Lamar, and Chance the Rapper. Nosaj Thing grew up in Cerritos, California and Montebello, California. At the age of 12, he began to make music using computers. After graduating Schurr High School, he took music classes at East Los Angeles College.
The new album from . producer Jason Chung, aka Nosaj Thing, is more open-ended than usual, bringing collaborators like Zuri Marley, Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino, and Steve Spacek into the fray. Los Angeles electronic producer Jason Chung was never necessarily a loner, but he’s spent the last few years using his Nosaj Thing moniker as a way to try on an extroverted lifestyle. For the first time in his career, Chung has said he decided to become more sociable, and his fourth album, Parallels, captures that change. The Parallels sessions were a chance to make opposites attract: beauty and dissonance, love and regret, soul and machine.
Genre-bending sound sculptor Nosaj Thing has revealed plans for a new album and tour. Titled Parallels, Nosaj Thing’s forthcoming project is set to serve as the polymath’s fourth studio album and the follow-up to last year’s No Reality EP. To support the album, there will be an expansive North American tour - from Fresno, CA to North Carolina and Memphis, Nosaj will be hitting a host of .
Nosaj Thing however provide the musical equivalent of opening a birthday present only to find the surprise inside is a sonic-magpie which gently and slowly pecks at your brain in the most wonderful fashion, flapping you into submission over four minutes of dark feathery magic. Unexpected and amazing.
Image via Nosaj Thing. At every step of the past decade’s developing relationship between underground electronic music and hip-hop culture, tracks produced by . based Nosaj Thing have provided the backdrop for many. From Kid Cudi to Kendrick Lamar, and recently Chance the Rapper, the lo-fi and left-field creations of the artist/producer born Jason Chung have appeared everywhere. Chung released his own third album, titled Fated, on Monday, May 4, via Innovative Leisure, and finds himself at in intriguing place both creatively and as a performer
Given that activity, the mellowness and restraint of his second album is surprising. A pair of collaborations with vocalists actually heightens its pained, private sound; they both convey the feeling of regretfully watching a relationship slip away. Eclipse/Blue," featuring Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino, switches from anxious thumps to hovering textures, while "Try," featuring Chaz Bundick (Toro y Moi)," is soft, fuzzy, and slightly off-center. Those appearances have a kind of lingering effect on the nine remaining tracks, all instrumentals.
- DJ Mix – D-Styles, Nosaj Thing