Tuez-Les Tous

Tuez-Les Tous

The underground tilt toward ’90s-style grit-rap has been good to DJ Muggs: In addition to bringing back Soul Assassins (2018’s Dia del Asesinato), he’s co-fronted a host of albums with contemporary MCs (including Roc Marciano and Eto) that have positioned him not just as an oldie-but-goodie but as a guy whose influence is being worked out in real time. Like Muggs, Mach-Hommy exerts control primarily through understatement: The blurrier and more low-key Tuez-Les Tous gets (“Bón Nwit,” “Piotr”), the more psychedelically unsettling—call it the difference between a jump scare and a gnawing sense of dread. And just when they let the air clear, the chant on “The Fowler’s Snare” comes in like a lullaby: “Kill ’em all, kill ’em all, ki-kill ’em all.”

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