"It presents Kanye as nothing less than the Johnny Rotten of his generation... The raw, dark and minimalist reliance on stabbing, bristling synths recalls a sound pioneered by acts like Ministry, Skinny Puppy and Nine Inch Nails 20 years ago. But it finds a hip-hop corollary for it and adds many serrated twists of its own, aided by key production from Daft Punk and Rick Rubin... In hip-hop terms, it’s the hardest-rocking work since the early ’90s peaks of Public Enemy and LL Cool J. It’s just the album it should be: a chutzpah classic."
Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Ayo The Guardian
Petridis and Paul Lester need to ante-up before the Yeezus review runs later this week because Jim Farber from the New York Daily News just bit a whopping great chunk out of your whole swag :