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The Noise Came From Here - Saul Williams - Martyr Loser King (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. An experimental short by Los Angeles-based director and photographer Andrew Gura, featuring acclaimed musician and poet Saul Williams. Having worked together since the late 90s, “Kiss & Describe It” began with the idea of taking a few portraits at Saul’s home in Los Angeles, but quickly transformed into something else entirely.
  2. Saul Williams is known for his experimentation and crossover from hip/hop, spoken word, and the rock world. His upcoming album promises to be no different. His latest endeavor, a graphic novel and album entitled Martyr Loser King, is an exploration of Williams fascination with hacker culture, art, technology, feminism, and finding new ways to.
  3. Coming off his release Volcanic Sunlight-- reportedly his "pop" record, but more a conceptual art move than a possible chart-climber -- poet, rapper, writer, artist, and activist Saul Williams returned with Martyr Loser King, an album that matches his last provocatively titled effort, 's The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust.
  4. Jan 29,  · Saul William’s 6th studio album, his 5th full length release. MartyrLoserKing is a concept album about a hacker in Burundi and part of a multimedia project (album, graphic novel, and a play).
  5. ANDREW. Saul Williams’ latest album has had a relatively quiet release, but it may make for one of ’s hidden gems. Martyr Loser King has a distinctive, explorative, industrial sound that melds analogue and digital effortlessly, rapidly evolving in instrumentation and atmosphere, with Williams’ vocals sitting firmly in the middle of it all.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Martyr Loser King on Discogs. Label: Fader Label - FL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Saul Williams - Martyr Loser King (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(32).
  7. Saul Williams returns to the beats that served him so well on the Trent Reznor produced "The Inevitable Rise And Liberation of Niggy Tardust" with album number 5 "Martyr Loser King" which is a clever play on the name Martin Luther King. On Williams last album "Volcanic Sunlight" went for an almost upbeat pop sounding album but that is all /5(30).
  8. Saul Williams returns to the beats that served him so well on the Trent Reznor produced "The Inevitable Rise And Liberation of Niggy Tardust" with album number 5 "Martyr Loser King" which is a clever play on the name Martin Luther King. On Williams last album "Volcanic Sunlight" went for an almost upbeat pop sounding album but that is all /5(43).
  9. Williams himself personally described the album as "connecting the dots between the Arab Spring, the Civil Rights Movement and now" with a fiery and sharp delivery that slams your ears, a complete from his previous dancier album, Volcanic Sunlight. The album's single, "Burundi," is angrily bitter in its furious depiction of an endlessly.

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