Early this month, Pugs Atomz lit the fuse on his next full-length with an inaugural song release called Tempo. If you’re anything like me, you did a quick double-take when you saw that the follow-up bore the eerily reminiscent title Temporary. Thankfully, the two songs are as different in content as they are similar in name. Whereas its predecessor had a stripped down, street-ready feel, this cut’s vibe is more futuristic and dancefloor-oriented. DJ Vadim, Pugs’ production partner on Shootem Down and Wind It Up, layers throwback synth voices over hip-swiveling percussion as the Windy City rhymesayer rocks the mic in characteristically bombastic, braggadocious fashion. The Electric crewmate Sabina Jade contributes some spoken-word vocals to the bridge. You’ll be able to find Temporary and countless other quality cuts on Atomz’ Benetton Days LP, dropping later this month via Tokyo Dawn Records.
Written by richard on 07/28/13
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