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BADBADNOTGOOD – CS60

Toronto’s coolest jazz trio is back a new track. The offering is a little different from their typical sound, but BADBADNOTGOOD showcase their true capability of expanding their sound with the release of CS60, a 7-minute long midtempo medley. This is off their forthcoming LP, III, due out later this year. Take a listen to the evolution of BADBADNOTGOOD.

4 Comments
  1. bon

    January 14, 2014 2:31 pm

    the song is unreal but yo these ratings are super unnecessary. especially since the track dropped like 5 hours ago. it seems disrespectful to the artist to take something they’ve worked on for months and assign a random number rating to it after listening to it a few times. this isn’t competitive figure skating lol. just my 2c

  2. hustleGRL

    January 14, 2014 2:56 pm

    @Bon

    Are you upset at the rating I gave the song or at the fact that songs are being rated?

  3. Bon

    January 14, 2014 10:09 pm

    @hustlegrl

    just the number ratings in general. no disrespect meant, love everything you do. I just think that rating a piece of art with a number cheapens it and when pitchfork or whoever gives something a “6.8” or whatever it’s completely arbitrary and isn’t valuable criticism for the artist or for the listener to read. Number ratings don’t do the experience of listening to music justice in my opinion. Interested to hear what you think though

  4. hustleGRL

    January 14, 2014 10:42 pm

    @Ron

    I initially chose to introduce number ratings to initiate discussions amongst my readers. Clearly it’s working ;)

    But on a serious note, just because I give a song a 7.5 doesn’t mean that it is its true value. The rating is simply my immediate response in a nutshell based on production, the vibe I get from listening to it numerous times, and songwriting skills. By no mean do I intend to cheapen the substance of the song. I’m just sharing my opinion, assigning a number to it, and providing an avenue for music fans to express themselves, just like you did.

    All in all, I appreciate your feedback and would love to hear what you think about what I’ve said.

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