Friday, October 3, 2008

RJD2 - since we last spoke (2004)

rjd2 knows how to make music. he knows how to make incredibly diverse music. yet he goes under so many people's radars it's criminal. take one part wax tailor, one part gorillaz (minus the novelty), one part dj shadow, and add in a lot of musicianship and soul.. that should help give you an idea of what's going on here. i've had this album since it came out in '04, and it still sounds as fresh as it did the day i first heard it (especially "making days longer".. incredible). put this one on in your car at night, roll the windows down, and let rjd2 take you on his ride (and don't forget to come back here and thank me). safe.

rjd2 on myspace.

download since we last spoke:

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