Local Music Reviews March 2016

Local Review: Stretch – Euphoricolor

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Stretch
Euphoricolor

Self-Released
Street: 04.30.15
Stretch = Slug + Nujabes + Flying Lotus

Not only is this arguably one of the best debut solo albums I have ever heard, but Euphoricolor in my own opinion is one of the best hip-hop albums to come out of Salt Lake City. Stretch has a sound reminiscent of mid 2000’s underground hip-hop, with the flow and skill of someone who has be in the game for decades. Highlighting just one track from Euphoricolor would be damn near impossible, so if want to get your foot in the door wit this album I would recommend “Unwanted Attentionand “Let Go.This album is for any old-school hip-hop head or anyone needing an album with kicked backbeats and a soothing and thought provoking flow. If this album is an indication of the quality of music coming from Stretch, then I can’t wait for the future of his music. Connor Brady