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7-11-2014, 18:32

Exmag - Proportions (2014)

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Exmag - Proportions (2014)

Artist: Exmag
Title Of Album: Proportions
Year Of Release: 2014
Record Label: Lowtemp
Genre: Future Soul, Electronic
Quality: mp3
Total Length: 01:08:19
Bitrate: 320kbps
Total Size: ~ 226 Mb


01 True Love From The Future
02 Persian Temptress
03 Zan
04 We Run Shit
05 Give It To Me Right
06 Bob Illin'
07 Junk In That Thang
08 NuFunk Odyssey
09 Tilt Mode (Feat. Gibbz)
10 Glasper The Friendly Ghost (Interlude)
11 #SuperNicer
12 Juke Feat. Gibbz and Kianu
13 Creep Steady: Part 1
14 Purple & Blue
15 Somethin' About Your Love (Interlude) Feat. D-Smooth
16 Proportions
17 Fresh Prince Situation (Feat. Branx, Gibbz and Jason Huber)
18 Takin' It To The Max (Lowtemp Anthem) Feat. Branx, Russ Liquid and Jesus

Apparently, everything Gramatik touches turns to the musical equivalent of gold. Extraordinary Magnitude, or Exmag for short, is the experimental funk band comprised of Eric Mendelson, Tyler Dondero, Mike Iannatto, Gramatik, and ILLUMNTR, and other than a few singles releases, “Proportions” is the first recorded output Exmag has released to the public. And what an album to premier with… “Proportions” contains 18 tracks, a formidable quantity of music when juxtaposed against electronic producers rarely throwing out more than three tracks at a time to their attention-span-lacking millennial audiences. And at every listen, each of these 18 tracks continues to seem more funky than the last. This is not an album such as those from jazz giants like Herbie Hancock or Christian McBride who wanted to try their hand at super-sophisticated funk music; “Proportions” offers simple grooves and good feelings, without being overly laden with complicated harmonies or technique.
Some of the highlights from the album include “We Run Shit”, a quintessential simple funk tune. The glitchy “Bob Illin'” is perhaps the most creative track from the album, containing various sections which highlight the ingenuity of each member of the group. The aptly named “NuFunk Odyssey” is a spacey groove with a Bootsy-like bass and the occasional chromatic guitar riff that would sound at home on an album produced by George Clinton. And to deftly close out the album is “Takin’ It To The Max”, a slow hard-hitting tune that sounds much more akin to Gramatik’s recent solo output than the rest of “Proportions.”

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