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Freaked Out American Loser
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''Freaked Out American Loser'' is the latest album from Juiceboxxx, the Milwaukee-bred punk rap artist who is quite simply the first and last of his kind all at once. Juiceboxxx grew up in the 2000s within the noise, punk rock, and underground rap communities of Wisconsin, and while those banners still fly high independently today, there are very few other artists who not only understand that venn diagram but who are also actively attempting to merge those sounds cohesively. Juiceboxxx might be out of his mind, but in all the best ways-- he owns it and commits to this unstoppable onslaught of creative ideas and outbursts. ''Freaked Out American Loser'' is a punk rap blast that captures the anarchic, aggressive spirit of Juiceboxxx's live show while also adding a new level of polish, focus, and dare we say, professionalism. Songs like ''Guts And Tension'' and ''Destruction and Redemption'' place the listener in the middle of the pit, blazing with frenetic guitar and thick energy. ''Freaking Out'' and ''Go To The Club Alone'' display dexterous rap skill and a heavier hip hop feel while retaining a jittery post-punk edge. And the album-closing eponymous track even brings to mind the melodic chime and epic codas of the Pixies.
''It channels latter-day Beastie Boys, especially Ad-Rock's flow, with a singular character: scared, optimistic, and dedicated to following its heart while staying suspicious of its intentions.'' -- --The Fader
''Somehow manages to incorporate in one single track some of the mostmind blowing music of that era, from Beck's quirky-yet-groovy production style to the punchy and synthetic big beat of The Chemical Brothers, while adopting a tense rapping style in part reminiscent of The Beastie Boys.'' --The Deli NYC