|Add Date:||2023-04-24||Pull Date:||2023-06-26|
|Week Ending:||Jun 11||May 7||Apr 30|
|1.||Jul 15, 2023:||Music Casserole
Cold World (Feat. Nadah El Shazly), Irreversible Damage (Feat. Zack De La Rocha)
|4.||May 06, 2023:||Music Casserole
Out of Style Tragedy (Feat. Mark Cisneros)
|2.||Jul 01, 2023:||Music Casserole
|5.||Apr 29, 2023:||Virtually Happy
Cold World (Feat. Nadah El Shazly)
|3.||Jun 10, 2023:||Music Casserole
|6.||Apr 26, 2023:||Altitude Sickness
I Can't Stand It! (Feat. Samuel T. Herring and Jae Matthews)
1. *(4:46)—Mid-tempo, classic boom-bap feel with funk choruses. Great relaxed verse from Big Rube.
2. *(4:43)—Mid-tempo, with a heavy trap beat and fast 80s synth pulses. A fiery verse from Zack de la Rocha precedes a closing that sounds like supercharged Syrian wedding music.
3. (2:38)—FCC (p***, though oddly "f***" and "s***" are bleeped out even in the regular version of the song.) Fast, noisy post-punk.
4. (1:34)—FCC-ish ("n****"). Mid-tempo but downcast. Despondent singing over a melancholy sample.
5. (1:20)—Spoken word from Big Rube over soft synths.
6. (6:01)—FCC-ish ("n****"). Slow, ghostly hip-hop. Gradual build before the beat becomes a heavy rock groove about four minutes in.
7. (3:13)—Slow, spoken word with jazz bass and a looped Sun Ra sample. Slow build.
8. (0:39)—FCC (f***, s***). Brief recording of activist An Do.
9. ((2:17)—Fast. Starts as classic punk rock with group vocals before a spacier second half.
10. *(3:25)—Cruising mid-tempo beat under gospel samples and goth textures. Vocalists from Future Islands and Braeyden Jae guest.
11. (1:06)—FCC (s***, f***). Spoken word piece from Gari Thomas.
12. *(6:18)—Slow and heavily gospel-influenced to start. Dissonant piano, clapping, and cavernous group vocals. Explodes into noise before switching to a driving beat for the final two minutes.
13. (1:27)—Ominous soundscape, spoken word from LaToya Kent of Mourning [A] BLKstar.
14. *(4:19)—Slow. Noisy, droning, new-wavey funk. Reminiscent of Dälek. Guest verse from Nadah El Shazly.
15. (4:54)—FCC (f***, s***). Jagged, dubby post-punk song about police brutality.
16. (2:33)—Funereal synths, spoken word from DeForrest Brown Jr., saxophone from Patrick Shiroishi.
17. *(3:23)—Slow, dense gospel-funk. Deep bass, group vocals, spoken word from Lee Bains III.