Hate Machine, The Neighbourhood‘s moody collaboration with Danny Brown, hit our front page just last week, but the Columbia-signed rock group is already back with warm, another brand new single off its forthcoming mixtape. As on previous features, the headliners court crossover success by enlisting a buzzworthy artist from the urban-music side of the aisle. This time around, they call upon 18-year-old singer-songwriter Raury, whose haunting, subtly distorted vocals sound right at home over the record’s murky, noirish instrumental backdrop. The Neighbourhood’s #000000 & #FFFFFF street album is currently unscheduled, but fans can hear more from Raury on his buzzworthy debut EP, Indigo Child.
Written by richard on 09/3/14
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