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Trash Talk Announces Squalor EP, Unleashes “Something Wicked”: Stream

Produced by Kenny Beats

Trash Talk, photo by Ari Marcopoulos
Trash Talk, photo by Ari Marcopoulos
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    The mighty Los Angeles hardcore band Trash Talk are back with a new EP called Squalor, their first collection of new music in four years.

    The five-track EP was produced by Kenny Beats, whose best known for his work with hip-hop artists like Denzel Curry, slowthai, and Rico Nasty. Squalor marks the first time Kenny Beats worked with a band on a complete project, and both the band and the producer learned a lot from one another.

    Trash Talk credits Beats for bringing several new ideas to the table, including song-to-song interludes and the distorted sampling of Lee Spielman’s vocals. Meanwhile, Beats says Trash Talk “taught me more than almost any other project I’ve worked on.”

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    “Working with Kenny was the first time we’ve had real input in the studio. We stepped outside our typical routine,” Trash Talk’s Garrett Stevenson explained in a statement. “The dude is a real musician. Linking with him was about us respecting his ear for music.”

    Squalor, the follow-up to 2016’s Tangle, arrives officially on June 5th. Below, check out the first single, “Something Wicked”.

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    Squalor EP Artwork:

    Trash Talk Squalor

    Squalor EP Tracklist:
    01. Point No Point
    02. Something Wicked
    03. Worst of Times
    04. Clutch
    05. Kicking & Screaming

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