Audio: Durrty Goodz, “Switching Songs Pt. 2”



Rupture alerted us (and everyone else) to Durrty Goodz's new Axiom EP about a month ago, we got it, and it rested comfortably on our hard drive until yesterday. We'd now like to apologize to our ears for withholding good things from them. Sorry, ears. How could we have known? Durrty does his thing over a handful of heavy productions and even addresses the Crazy Titch trial in a hidden song at the end. The whole thing is highly listenable and refreshingly brief at just nine tracks. We're putting up "Switching Songs Pt.2" because it's the most fun we've had listening to grime since "Merkle Man" and has Durrty changing up his style to fit ten or so pivotal grime instrumentals (identify all of them and we'll send you and exclusive thank you email direct from the laptop of a FADER editor). Check Durrty Goodz' MySpace for some other good stuff and links to buy the EP.








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Audio: Durrty Goodz, “Switching Songs Pt. 2”