The wait is officially over for the release of music producer Wax Tailor’s LP Shadow Of Their Suns released via Lab’oratoire. Wax Tailor serves us with refined hip-hop that bridges the gap between emotive electronica.
Previously chatting with The Playground, he audaciously hinted at the new album’s direction (read the interview), “This Is The Album Of The Maturity”, probably the worst promotion argument.” We can not disagree with this statement, as it is evident from the first listen you will be absorbed by its theatrics starting with album opener ‘Fear Of A Blind Planet’. This song, much like the entire album embodies dystopian cinematic effects with sampled speeches of protest against a world gone mad. The pounding snares are hard to miss, making one quiver with goosebumps instantaneously.
Shadow Of Their Suns provides thought-provoking lyrics that Wax Tailor’s pairs together seamlessly with poised structure and dramatized effects throughout. The result is a poetic commentary on society and its many flaws.
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