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The Age Of Reason - Album Review

By Ryan Vasta posted Feb 09, 2014 at 06:09 PM

Ryan Vasta takes a look at Gramatik's latest album, "The Age Of Reason."

 

The genre of electro-funk/soul is growing fast and Brooklyn-based producer Gramatik just raised the bar with his latest album, The Age of Reason. Along with guitarist Eric Mendelson and a bevy of guests, this sounds like the album Gramatik has been trying to make for the more recent part of his career. The album begins with the eerie “Brave Men,” and takes off from there, venturing through rock, funk, soul, and hip-hop inspired sounds. Other highlights include an extended version of “Bluestep”, “Expect Us,” and “No Turning Back.” Gramatik always had a way of seamlessly blending samples with his own production, but this album is a true step up. It is an absolutely stellar work of art from start to finish. 









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