The TNGHT EP is here, and it is insanity magnified. If you’re looking for something to chill to, move along because TNGHT will get your adrenalin pumping and your heart rate pounding.
The record starts off with “Top Floor”, a relatively calm intro. Until the bass kicks in. The heavy Hip-Hop beat blasts through the meditative sequence of the track to thump the EP straight through your sound system. From then on, the trouble never ends until the final note – the last breath of vocal ad-lib – on “Easy Easy”.
Earlier today I sat in my car and described “Higher Ground” as a cinematic ecstasy to a friend. The sound-movie phenomena continues through this EP in the stomping feet, break-beat throb, snappy fingers crispness of each track. Each song becomes its own little movie and the entrance of each new instrumental – whether it be blaring hooters, screeching tires, or running feet – adds to the setting and action of every scene. The attention to detail in the production of the tracks is outrageous. From the falling drops of water in “Bugg’n” to the blaring sirens of “Goooo”, TNGHT have created a delicious sound wave.
Undoubtedly TNGHT is somewhat of an acquired taste. The tracks are loud, toeing the border between noise and music. For some, the record might sound too chaotic and experimental. Whatever your preferences, give the EP a listen and see if you like it.