Black Origami might be the most ambitious footwork album ever made.
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At 65, Sakamoto still approaches music-making with a childish delight.
One of the best in ambient.
So icy and polar.
A great pop record that’s just a little sadder and world-wearier than what’s come before.
Does this signal a devolution of rap?
Nobody likes being told to smile.
The most overtly polemic Gorillaz record.
It feels monolithic, immovable, not to be trifled with.
A minor record in the Clark catalog, and it’s a worrying one.