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The Reef-Tomb

Mad Decent on December 12, 2012 23:57

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    At the time of writing this The Reef has 189 followers on Soundcloud, and frankly we don't' understand it. The 14 tracks available (mostly original) show a definitive style that you usually would only see from an accomplished artist with a ton of releases under their belt. The 23 year old Swede grew up with a love for Hip-hop listening to his brothers early Wu-Tang Clan and Mobb Deep CD's. This all is made clear when you hear his music, it sounds like sewer scenes from "Da Mystery of Chessboxin" music video look. A dark sewer with water dripping from pipes, bad air and it's dark and sweaty in a bad way leaving you feeling uncomfortable and uneasy. "Ignant" is the lead tune off the EP and the drop is like the sound of the rainfall on an Alien planet where society is forced to live underground. "Tomb"is by far the most unplaceable, its sounds like a futuristic instrumental celebratory anthem for a rogue gregorian nomadic group in a post apocalyptical world, next up we have "Skunk" a disturbing and dark track from start to finish. All these tunes are a fraction of what The Reef has in store for music lovers on the darker side of dance music and we can't wait to hear them all.


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    Released by: Jeffrees
    Release/catalogue number: JEFF033
    Release date: Dec 13, 2012

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