There’s also a parade of producers on display here (J. Padron, Wes Green, RadioActive kids, Trill Bass, and the Treasury aka Treasure Fingers), resulting in a tasteful and somewhat spacious production. These qualities, paired with the the hip-hop cadences they’ve crafted, culminate in what is most definitely MHC’s most diverse album so far. Highlights include “I Got That," “Write A Song About Me," "Makin Moves In Atlanta," and “Wobble Dance Party,” and I would be remiss if I didn't mention "Add It Up" if for no other reason than the Violent Femmes nod.
Sure there’s an element of blunted-out fantasy and glorification of club life villainy going on here, but that's just par for the course. These guys walk the walk, and with Dark Side of the Boom the've curated a fun album that’s a natural addition to the old school nostalgia of Mighty High Coup’s past while looking boldly at the future of club music with a sound that’s more than just rhythms and boom.
And of course if you don't want to wait 'til lunch time to download the album, you can grab it now at MightyHighCoup.com
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