Signor Benedick the Moor, “G6.2 5200”

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If bedroom-recorded music feels intimate and lowkey, either by taking on the nature of the space or out of care to not wake up whoever’s asleep in the next room, garage music is all about taking up space and making a lot of noise. While awaiting the June rerelease of his killer 2013 album El Negro, Signor Benedick the Moor, who spent the last year in LA working with clipping., True Neutral Crew, and other Deathbomb artists, moved back to his parents’ Sacramento garage and recorded the back-to-basics gleefully unhinged totally punk garage raps vol. 1. I

The video for “G6.2 5200” matches the vibe of the song and album: lo-fi artmaking in something like MS Paint, starting and fine-tuning freeform sketches, throwing ideas at the wall and letting them take shape then moving onto the next thing. (The title card, if you can’t tell, is a black unicorn, drawn on a sheet of looseleaf.)

garage raps vol 1 is up on bandcamp (where you can also order “shitty pictures” and “random items” from Benedick’s room). The rest of the garage rap videos are up on Benedick’s YouTube channel.

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