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Артист: RJD2 Название: More Is Than Isn't Жанр: Hip-Hop Год выхода: 2013 Label: RJ's Electrical Connections / B00EI3YGZK О музыке: Come October, RJD2 will return with his much anticipated 5th solo album LP,'' More Is Than
Isn't''. In keeping an ethos that both continually moves forward and stays rooted in funk, this album seamlessly melds raw, gritty
breaks with bombastic horns, MCs, lush analog synths and the intangible. Though largely an instrumental affair, longtime collaborators Blueprint,
Phonte Cole-man, and Aaron Livingston join the fray,along with newcomers STS, P.Blackk and Khari Mateen adding some vocal duties. Listeners will hear
hints of ''Deadringer'', '' Icebird'' and '' Soul Position'' alongside the future-;eaning
knock of uptempo dancefloor killers like ,''Descended From Myth''and ''Milk Tooth.'' This is a truly
sprawling,epic, beat-oriented music like only RJD2 can do.
01. Suite 1
03. Behold, Numbers!
04. Her Majesty's Socialist Request
05. A Lot of Night Ahead Of You
07. Milk Tooth
08. Suite 2
09. Winter Isn't Coming
10. See You Leave
11. Got There, Sugar?
12. Love And Go
13. Descended From Myth
14. Dirty Hands
15. It All Came To Me In a Dream
16. Suite 3
Spanning 15 years, the recording career of RJD2 (aka RJ Krohn) is starting to exhibit the type of resilience generally reserved for
golfers and bebop musicians. The relevance of this should not go unnoticed; it is increasingly rare for artists in the sphere of hip-hop and
electronic music to maintain a presence this far into a career. This feat becomes even more impressive considering it was all done via independent
labels. 2013 will see the release of More Is Than Isn’t, his 5th proper full-length LP (7th, if you count “The Horror” EP and 2011's
Inversions of the Colossus), on his own RJ's Electrical Connections imprint. But before we delve into that, perhaps a quick recap of years 1-14
is in order.
RJD2's first credit as a producer appeared via Bobbito Garcia's Fondle 'Em Records on the MHz 12" "Rocket Science" in 1998. Initially
playing the role of a DJ/producer in a rap group, this would lay the groundwork leading to a solo record deal on Definitive Jux, the label that
released RJD2’s 2002 debut, Deadringer. Both a critical and commercial success, the album’s single “Ghostwriter” appeared in numerous ads,
television shows and movies. 2006-2007 saw both the move to XL Recordings for The Third Hand, as well as the release of Magnificent City with
Aceyalone, which birthed one of the most recognizable songs in RJD2's catalog, "A Beautiful Mine." It doubles as the theme song to AMC's
“Mad Men.” But in 2009, the landscape of record labels had changed drastically since the previous decade. RJ forged ahead with a newly minted
record label, a box set and plans for his fourth LP, The Colossus.
More Is Than Isn’t, his new album and the second RJD2 record on his own label, sees RJ incorporating new production techniques and approaches while
still keeping an eye on the basic aesthetic that has always driven him: soulful, melodic, beat-oriented music. A largely instrumental affair, the
record does feature several vocalists: Phonte Coleman (Little Brother, Foreign Exchange), Aaron Livingston (Icebird, The Roots), rappers Blueprint, P.
Blackk and STS, and Khari Mateen. Conceptually, the album is tied together by three instrumental pieces that are different explorations of the same
harmonic theme. It captures a dynamic range not seen before on an RJD2 album, ranging from subdued jazz-tinged pieces to bombastic club music, and a
lot of funk in between.
Since last releasing an album, electronic music has continued to captivate the public's interest , and has showed no signs of ebbing. The
continuation of this movement gave RJ reassurance in the endeavor of making instrumental music. "In ways, all of my previous albums were in some
fashion striving to achieve something more than being ‘just instrumental music’; this is the first RJD2 album I've made that actually revels
in a relative lack of vocals," he states. The ethereal, beat-driven vibes of his debut album also make appearances now and again, with textural usage
of gritty drum breaks, lush analog synths and his ever-distinctive use of the MPC sampler. This record truly is a culmination of years of experience
as both a producer and composer, bringing to fruition a record that stands on its own within the landscape of electronic and hip-hop music today.