Hip-hop production duo Blue Sky Black Death & emcee Nacho Picasso's first of two 2012 collaborations, Lord Of The Fly plays like a cold sci-fi 80's b-movie score.
Picasso assumes the role of a sleazy, smooth-talking villain with the words slowly crawling off his tongue like a stoned storyteller. BSBD's music is a distant, serene soundscape that seeps into the imagination with great ease and chilling comfort. The lyrics as interesting as they might be, get a little silly at times as well but BSBD's production quality never lets up and begs for an instrumental release.
3½ Ving Rhames soundboards out of 5