I have been meaning to post this album for the longest time. I don't even know where to being describing this album. Fly Lo manages to showcase his extensive knowledge of electronic music through his evolving beats that constantly changes form. However, there's enough coherence in the transitions that it could be interpreted as a concept album about Fly Lo's musical forays. This album is more hip hop and soul oriented with strong nods to J Dilla emerging through the chaos but some songs like 'GNG BNG' and 'Parisian Goldfish' could definitely hold their own in a club.The ever present vinyl crackle in the album is a perfect representative of the gritty urban Los Angeles vibe. This album will be undoubtedly be hailed as a classic in the years to come.