Wild Kid's 'Scream Tape' is intended to expel negative emotions, a stream (or it that 'scream'?) of consciousness from the Brooklyn producer.
Completed across a frenetic 90 day period of producing music, it fuses film dialogue with some enthralling electronic feats.
Six tracks designed to be listen to from front-to-back, it distils some heavy emotions into something outwardly entrancing.
Final track 'Blocked Range (Savannah)' is an anime sampling slice of electronic futurism, fusing club tropes to complete a personal statement.
He comments: "'Blocked Range' is the last track I wrote for the record. I think it’s also the most uplifting one; the whole tape is about reckoning with deep negativity and difficult emotions, so this track represents emerging on the other side of that, better for the journey. It’s catharsis."
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