Sounds Like: MIA, Death Grips, dumbfoundead, Tyler the Creator, Talib Kweli
Label: How To Be A Microwave
Manager: Dusty Clouds
(New Wave meets Rap)
A one-man powerhouse that dreams up a vivacious, hard-to-resist, futuristic pop sound breathing catchy-layered electronic synthesizers, and a taut shape of hiss and clacks, cavernous kicks with a raspy voice.
Nhat (Nawt) has shared the stage with such marvelous talents as Mi...See Full Bio
“This album plays like a cross between an avant-garde Animal Collective experimentation with soundscapes, with the pounding dark beats of a Portishead album circa Third. Then you can throw in a reference to the weirdness of Bjork in there too that he’s lifting from, in terms of his vocals being so non-conforming to any major genre right now. This album is dope and deep. It’s one of the most raw and emotionally driven albums I have ever heard. Ever. This is what Nhat excels at. He will reel you in, and make you hurt from the angst and pain heard on this album. Be forewarned however. If you’re expecting any typical themes or sounds usually found in a hip hop album, then Nhat just isn’t for you. At all. If you’re in the mood for something completely new and different, something that will make you stop and think “what the fuck was that?” then Nhat will put you on the right track for sure.”