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Music: OHMYGOD – G R A N D O

OHMYGOD are musicians Gypsy Mamba & Esqu. Together they have released an energetic, visceral new album titled G R A N D O. With incredibly energetic and eclectic electronic compositions, hard-hitting beats, trap-influenced instrumentals and eclectic sound effects and melodies, this album has it all.

From the fuzzy basslines of “Compot” to the eerie, unsettling tone of “Decay,” the eclectic, mad nature of the music make it an interesting, engaging and immersive listen. The lighter, Easter European influence on “Draceanu” is fantastic (Esqu is from Buchurest, Romania). The hectic energy of “MK Ultra” make it a great way to end this project, truly taking you on a roller coaster of sounds throughout the 7 track project. Overall, OHMYGOD come through with a fun, groovy and unique new album that I really do recommend.

Listen to OHMYGOD’s new project G R A N D O below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Beat Cinema.

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