Los Angeles-based rapper Busdriver (Regan Farquhar) made a name for himself with
the lo-fi but wildly intense albums Memoirs of the Elephant Man (2001),
This Machine Kills Fashion Tips (2002) and
Temporary Forever (2002).
Then he began to focus on the sound rather than just on the verbal acrobatics.
produced Weather (2003) and Fear of a Black Tangent (Mush, 2005),
perhaps his most powerful and hilarious statement,
produced by Daedelus and Danger Mouse,
while Nobody and Boom Bip produced the mediocre RoadKillOvercoat (Anti, 2007).
And so Jhelli Beam (Anti, 2009) was more about the
glitchy soundscapes sculpted by producers such as Daedelus, Nobody, Free the Robots and Nosaj Thing than about the raps.
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