Run DMT – “The Fall of Latimer City”


Previously featured track “Analogue Noir” gave listeners a preview of Dallas-based electronic producer Run DMT’s new album Revolutionaire, his return from a 3-year production hiatus, when he focused on side projects like PPLPRSN and Sobo. Revolutionaire is a strong success, recalling Flying Lotus in the brass and jazz-infused takes on electronica, and it’s now out — and available to stream in full below. It’s opened by the cinematic and built-up “The Fall of Latimer City”, where swelling orchestral effects complement a rainfall, as a frantic piano line emerges at around the mid-point for added energy. “Voodou”, featuring Jacq, Knat Turner, & Zeale, also has an engaging hip-hop flow and dubstep-driven hook that plays well.

Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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