For anyone who didn’t take to RJD2’s attempts at singing on The Third Hand (and many people didn’t), you’ll probably be relieved to hear the vocals-free Let There Be Horns, a cut that recalls some of the better tracks from RJ’s beat-heavy debut Deadringer.
Not to mention, the video for the song follows a day in the life of a cubicle-bound, chemically imbalanced minotaur, who’s having a bit of a rough day.
Pick up RJ’s new album The Colossus on Jan. 19 and don’t forget he’ll be at Rhythm Room on April 4 with Busdriver and Happy Chichester. (Buy tickets.)
RJD2 (feat. Blueprint): Wherever
New/old RJD2: Find You Out
I Used to Love H.E.R.: RJD2
ALSO: I’m leaving for Thailand for 16 days with my wife and her parents, who are from there. Other than the 15-hour flight between L.A. and Taipei (and the ensuing three-hour layover and three-hour flight to Bangkok), I’m beyond excited. The thought of boarding a plane for 15 hours seems surreal to me at this point, but I figure it’s great training for The Amazing Race. Anyway, Frequent contributor and all-around awesome guy Jason Woodbury will keep the blog fresh in my stead.
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