Tuesday, August 23, 2011

New Music From Oddisee For Your Listening Pleasure

Posted By on Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 3:00 PM

I wish I had more time to keep up with indie hip-hop since there seems to be a lot of great stuff out there, so the music of DC rapper/producer Oddisee was new to me, but his new largely instrumental album Rock Creek Park is a really enjoyable listen, especially if you like the funkier DJ Shadow tracks, for example. There's something really classic about the project, and while I've never been to the park he's paying tribute to, I'd imagine the album would make a great soundtrack for time spent in any park other than ours (with their obscene temperatures) right now.

[Oddisee]

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