• edIT - Crying Over Pros For No Reason

    Reviewed by Anil Bawa (plan b magazine)

    <b> edIT </b> - Crying Over Pros For No Reason

    I hold Scott Herron in pretty high regard. Not only for producing extremely sophisticated records using limited equipment (Prefuse 73’s tunes are made entirely without the help of a laptop) but for using a broad cultural worldview in such an efficient manner. There’s a richness of music culture compressed into his recordings under various monikers, and it doesn’t often get the credit it deserves. When I met him last year, for example, he pulled out a Lo Borges
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  • edIT Crying Over Pros for No Reason

    edIT - Crying Over Pros For No Reason

    Reviewed by Roshi (xoxmag.com)

    <b> edIT </b> - Crying Over Pros For No Reason

    Ed Ma's first album as edIT features tracks that have been painstakingly sequenced, hiphop that takes glitchiness to the extreme. The style of the album takes cues from Prefuse 73, but taken to another level. Yet it is not really the tricky programming that really pops out at you - it's the soulfulness and smoothness with which each track is glued together from extremely small snippets of sound. The opener features an electric piano first noodling then exploding into
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