The beat duo behind Booth-approved joints by Alex Wiley (Something to Say), C Plus (Callin’ Me) and more, Sacramento’s Hippie Sabotage recently took center stage with the release of a new, seven-track LP. On freshly-released single Bust ‘Em Down, brothers Sour Beats and So Crates blend clattering hi-hat, choral synths, ringing bass notes and Chipmunk-pitched vocal hiccups into something trap-ready yet expansive, seasoning the arrangement with vocal samples from the likes of Gucci Mane. Aris Jerome directs the record’s stylish official visuals. Feeling it? There’s plenty more where this came from on VACANTS, available for free download via Hippie Sabotage’s official site.
Written by richard on 01/17/13
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