13 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Love Deep Web is the equivalent of an exposed nerve: raw, throbbing, and deliriously painful. Where previous albums showcased Death Grips’ dense productions, this time the trio strip their sound to its barest essentials. “Come Up and Get Me” and “No Love” are skeletal monstrosities built from subterranean boom, technoid synths, and MC Ride’s tormented lyricism and gory acrobatics. The group also increase their reliance on programmed drums (as opposed to Zach Hill’s live drumming). As a result, cuts such as the paranoid “Lock Your Doors” possess a hulking, Techno Animal-style cyborg propulsion.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Love Deep Web is the equivalent of an exposed nerve: raw, throbbing, and deliriously painful. Where previous albums showcased Death Grips’ dense productions, this time the trio strip their sound to its barest essentials. “Come Up and Get Me” and “No Love” are skeletal monstrosities built from subterranean boom, technoid synths, and MC Ride’s tormented lyricism and gory acrobatics. The group also increase their reliance on programmed drums (as opposed to Zach Hill’s live drumming). As a result, cuts such as the paranoid “Lock Your Doors” possess a hulking, Techno Animal-style cyborg propulsion.

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