In a frantic set full of energy and aggression, Sacramento hip-hop trio Death Grips conquered England with noise and explosive primal desires. It was a gig full of surreal moments and a lot of ringing sounds in my ears, this is my take on a night that you sparsely see these days.
Death Grips are now seven projects deep into their discography after their most recent release ‘Year Of The Snitch’ dropped earlier this year. That’s almost 100 songs to date, but which are the best? Well fear no more, as I have stayed well and truly noided and ranked them all for you lovely people. Here areContinue reading “Top 50 Death Grips Songs”
We all know by now that Death Grips aren’t for everyone’s taste but with this their sixth studio album they prove once again why they are one of music’s hottest and most intriguing commodities as well as being one of the most important groups in modern hip-hop.
On this double album, Death Grips proved their instrumental versatility; demonstrating the punk-core elements they are famed for as well as experimenting yet more with electronic sounds and high-quality synth lines. The joyride these two albums create makes for an ethereal combined experience.
Death Grips’ third studio album and fourth project was an absolute mess, but in the best kind of way. They took off any remaining shackles they may have had and did exactly what they wanted to do, even if that meant it wasn’t going to be for everyone.