20 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Ceiling Nick ,

Clarity in the Madness

Finding the fine line of enjoyment in unconvention is a problem that plagues countless artists in the fray of experimental and alternative music. For a scene that more often than not sees artists suffering mediocrity from overindulging in oddball compositions, hearing an artist like Clarence Clarity is almost like a breath of fresh air. Clarence explores a world of complete chaos with schizophrenic production and dark, sinister melodies that are offensive, irreverent, and dare I say, completely original with No Now. This 20 track behemoth shows Clarence completely embrace every unconventional aspect of music possible and carry the energy of his ideals and aesthetics whilst never sounding bogged down by them at all.

The Scotch Bobs ,

A very strong debut

At 20 songs, Clarence Clarity's debut solo LP may seem somewhat daunting. However, don't let this number fool you. This is an extremely polished and compelling album. After simply sampling a few moments of "Those Who Can't, Cheat," I knew that I was going to love this guy's style. There are so many high points on this album; enough to totally overshadow its few lows. Definitely looking forward to what Clarence does next.

Kendick Lama ,

You were right Anthony

This is good stuff

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