Even after a relationship’s come to an end, the parties involved frequently disagree about just how finished they are. Take Booth newcomer Carteaire Custom, for example; on mixtape single Used, the Little Rock, Arkansas rhymesayer describes how a past love continued to haunt him for years after the fact, flowing over a pensive beat by C.D. Rice (sampled from indie-rock group Gotye’s hit single, Somebody That I Used to Know). For more, fans can check out Custom’s newly-released Sleep Ain’t Safe No More LP, downloadable via the artist’s Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 01/9/12
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