Stand out track “Plastic World” opens with the kind of beefy shredding guitar and tight instrumentation that makes you want to break a few bottles and wake the fuck up.
The album feels intimate yet orchestral, offering a variety of sounds[...]a pleasant weaving of vocals and harmonies.
In a burgeoning hip-hop scene where overproduction and a lack of true dynamic have become prevalent, there are still dudes like Del who can pull it together.
The music has a distinctly cinematic quality, like a noir soundtrack that drifts between lonely existentialism and low-grade mania.
When I die I imagine it sounding like this in the background, a joyous pop music filled with a somber melody that’s just as much sunshine as it is piss and vinegar.