When I'm 9-to-thriving on an idle Tuesday morning, I gotta have some bangin' instrumentals in my ears — some pasteurized, vitamin D-fortified shmack that's gonna vibe with my Raisin Bran.
Enter Dollar Bin, the Harlem beatsmith whose The King Of Styles EP will turn your weekday mourning into a damn-near Pentecostal revival.
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The King of Styles EP packs an LP-sized punch into a mere four tracks, each ditty chock-full of insane drums, invigorating synths and all sorts of nuanced details that speak to Dollar's craftsmanship and precision. From the project's emphatic opening act, "DOG," to the more chilled-out closer, "Pocket," KOS has a little sum sum for everybody.
If you're diggin' the EP, be sure to support the homie Dollar Bin on iTunes so he can keep the slaps coming!