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Retrieved January 28, Bangladesh, and after that, the duo are fast to present “their adventurous side” starting with “Gooooo”. After you’ve been experimenting, you calm down”.
However, while he called TNGHT “big, dumb, and a lot of fun”, he also wrote it felt like it was “the start of something great than a groudn record in itself”. Views Read Edit View history. Carving the songs of English trio Nero “to their meatiest elements”,  as elements including looped handclaps and the signature synth rise of Drumma Boy are present,   the bounce and juke -fused  “Higher Ground” has only higer or “obliterates”, as Bosman puts it — two hooks, one with looped second-long female vocal samples and another with a synthesized Southern hip-hop -style ” HBCU brass” popping “in and out to steamroll buildings” for humorous purposes.
Recorded in a London studio in a couple of nights, it was released on ihgher labels Warp and LuckyMe on July 23, It landed on numerous year-end lists of publications including Pitchfork Media.
The duo recorded their self-titled extended play in a few days at a very small studio outside of Oxford StreetLondonwith initially no plans for release.
TNGHT, Hudson Mohawke & Lunice – Higher Ground – 161 BPM
Mohawke described the project as “a proper click”, unlike previous collaborations he had done with which he was dissatisfied because it felt “like you’re compromising something of yourself in it”.
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Some reviewers felt that the group had yet to show more of their potential than what they recorded on TNGHT.
The BPM of “Higher Ground” by TNGHT, Hudson Mohawke & Lunice
July 18, . Beats per Minute EPs. After a small number of years of the two focusing on their respective solo careers, Lunice decided he should produce much simpler music instead of being “all over the place, trying to push how weird I could get, but the more I continued, the more I wanted to compress and refine my style to a point of, like, ‘What if I just made a song out of one snare?
Popmatters reviewer David Amidon wrote that TNGHT opens “fairly safely” with “Top Floor”, a song “just a few snare trills and pair of ambient dubstep breakdowns away” from music produced by Mr. LuniceHudson Mohawke.
Lunice and Hudson Mohawke first highef each other inwhen the former asked the latter to perform at a show for his Turbo Crunk crew. Retrieved January 30,