Monday, May 4, 2020

Stream 'Big Brother' from Stone Mountain's @nedlogmedia

Stop what you're doing and press play on the latest from NEDLOG. The aptly titled Big Brother album is a satirical critique of technology's effect(s) on today's world through the lens of four young men from Stone Mountain, GA. After releasing of their last effort entitled Spectrum, the four-man group decided that, although significant, being sonically diverse in it of itself was not artistically satisfying. So they decided to dig deeper with thoughtful social and political analysis minus the preachiness, of course. From songs like "Fuck Clout," a powerful critique of the entertainment industry in 2020, to songs like "Watchin Me," a meta examination of the effects of technology on Americans, NEDLOG is not only providing a diverse sound bed but meaningful and timely lyrics. Stream above and let us know if you think it's dope. 
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