After a year of creation and contemplation, Bleep Bloop has finally returned to us with yet another masterpiece—his Revenge EP. Last year, he released his debut album, One Liners, leaving nothing left unsaid and powering his compositions with abrasive bass, raw lyrics, and modularly synthesized distortion. The path to his debut album was paved with brilliant heaters like ”K-9 Unit” and dexterous EPs such as Prologus Auxilium.
Now coming to us with another skillfully composed project, Bleep Bloop proves he’s an expert at devising authentic, impactful tracks with impeccable peculiarity.
Each tune on Revenge implores and inspires you to express yourself differently. Tunes like ”Deep In The Dark” hold punching bass and ticking hi-hats that command you to move, and oddities like ”Gravity Fed Pupae Fire Extinguisher” that urge you to dissolve and get lost in the strangeness. While the album artwork still comes from this longtime collaborator, Gary Paintings’ absence left massive shoes to fill, but Revenge collaborators did not disappoint. ”’Do It On The Dancefloor” is an instant banger while Tennis Rodman’s cadence effortlessly rides the beat, and Shrimpnose’s contributions to ”Drowning In Spirits” have delivered us a heart-wrenching bass ballad.
Out now on Wylie Cable’s Dome Of Doom, be sure to listen to Bleep Bloop’s Revenge EP and let us know what you think down below in the comments or on our socials!