Monday, December 21, 2009

P.T. Burnem - Paper Cranes

P.T. Burnem is another one of the newer acts out of the Baltimore indie hip hop scene that I've got into this year from contributing to the Height With Friends album and performing at the Baltimore All-Rap Round Robin. And it's funny, the impression I got from his performance at that show was that he was almost on some futuristic sci-fi rap tip, maybe because he was wearing weird goggles and kinda giving off this serious vibe compared to some of the other acts there. But really his stuff is pretty approachable and easy to understand, really talking about some normal real life shit, and he has a deep voice and concise delivery that I think make him sound a little more like a traditional hip hop head than most white indie rappers tend to come off as. Height makes some guest appearances and there's some kind of far-out rock instrumentation on here like there was on his album, but the whole thing hangs together as an album really well despite being kind of all over the place. P.T. Burnem is playing at the Charm City Art Space this Tuesday.

P.T. Burnem - "Baltimore 09" (mp3)
This song kind of doubles as one of the more accessible traditional hip hop songs on the album, and a scathing indictment of the Baltimore hip hop scene.

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AL have u seen this? lol
Oh, you're so comfortable here you think you can just start randomly posting funny links that have nothing to do with what I'm writing about. This ain't Nah Right, get the fuck outta here.

Happy holidays! :)
Nah Right comment section >>>>
people that understand how 'greater than' signs work and put something on both sides of the symbol >>>> people that don't
lol, not putting anything on the other side clearly implies "greater than all". Smartass fail.

But for the sake of the "proper way", Nah right comment section > Goverment Names comment section. Happy?
I know what it implies, I just think it looks stupid when people do it. Fuck if I care who has a good comments section, I consider turning off comments on this site at least once a week.
I consider turning off comments on this site at least once a week.

I mean BECAUSE I get so few (and about half of those I get tend to stir up controversy and bullshit), obviously.
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