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Badbadnotgood / Iv
Album:Iv Collection:General
Artist:Badbadnotgood Added:Jul 2016
Label:Innovative Leisure Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2016-07-11 Pull Date:2016-09-11 Charts:Hip-Hop
Week Ending:Sep 11Aug 28Aug 21Aug 14Jul 31Jul 24Jul 17

 Recent Airplay
1.Sep 28, 2022:Some Songs Without Words
Speaking Gently
4.Feb 06, 2022:The Mystery Machine
In Your Eyes (Feat. Charlotte Day Wilson), Time Moves Slow (Feat. Sam Herring)
2.Mar 31, 2022:Sound Landscapes (rebroadcast from Mar 1, 2018)
Time Moves Slow (Feat. Sam Herring)
5.May 19, 2021:Some Songs Without Words
Confessions Pt. Ii (Feat. Colin Stetson)
3.Feb 25, 2022:Everything in Particular
In Your Eyes (Feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)
6.Jun 24, 2020:Some Songs Without Words
Confessions Pt. Ii (Feat. Colin Stetson)

Album Review
DJ Aporia
Reviewed 2016-07-07 
Jazzy instrumental hip-hop that sounds a lot like their previous album, though this time it’s more of an outer space jam session. BadBadNotGood have also collaborated with some of the biggest names in the p4k sphere (some outcomes better than others). These are cosmic, questing, subtly unsettling dreamscapes driven by piano and saxophone—just a wonderfully entrancing record.

RIYL Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Hiatus Kaiyote, Kamasi Washington
Favorites: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11
FCC: 8

1. (4:31) And That, Too.—Piano, vibraphone, oddly playful in a spooky way.
2. (4:07) ** Speaking Gently—Neurotic fairytale medley of sounds. Sweet rolling drums. Goes through several movements.
3. (4:33) Time Moves Slow (feat. Sam Herring)—Vaguely trip-hop. Pensive guitar and faint whirring clouds of synths. The distinctive haunting vocals of Samuel T. Herring of Future Islands. Goes on unadventurously for a bit too long.
4. (6:24) **** Confessions Pt. II (feat. Colin Stetson)—I adore this. Crunchy locked-in bass groove, stand-out wandering bass and tenor sax from Colin Stetson. Just a wild, wild experimental sax jam. Very dancey in the last three minutes. Ends cold.
5. (3:20) ** Lavender (feat. Kaytranada)—Somewhat of a continuation of the previous track. Heavy, massive bass groove. Acoustic and electric guitar, some organ. Dark.
6. (3:51) ** Chompy’s Paradise—Smokey sax and flute, mournful in an almost excessively weighty way. Delicate bass and flute in last 30 seconds.
7. (6:59) *** IV—Colorful, confusing, relentless. Dark fluid bassline that holds everything together. “Jazz fusion.” Driven by a tremendously vibrant inconstancy.
8. (3:15) Hyssop of Love (feat. Mick Jenkins)—All the FCCs. Rap layered over classic BBNG bass groove.
9. (4:08) *** Structure No. 3—Thoughtful piano and synths that give way to a galactic piano jam. Soft tremulous synths at end.
10. (4:07) In Your Eyes (feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)—Overly maudlin. Soulful female vocals with some backing vocals. Some cheesy piano cuts. Not my favorite.
11. (4:46) **** Cashmere—Gorgeous flowing piano and flourishes of saxophone, minimal driving bass, more of a traditional jazz structure. Great closer.

Track Listing
1.And That, Too. 6.Chompy's Paradise
2.Speaking Gently 7.Iv
3.Time Moves Slow (Feat. Sam Herring) 8.Hyssop Of Love (Feat. Mick Jenkins)
4.Confessions Pt. Ii (Feat. Colin Stetson) 9.Structure No. 3
5.Lavender (Feat. Kaytranada) 10.In Your Eyes (Feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)