Hear Pyramid Vritra's Twisted and Turbulent New Album 'HAL'
The Long Beach dynamo shares his second project of 2017
It’s been an eventful few weeks in the life for Pyramid Vritra, a do-it-all on a prolific five-year streak.
Since his 2012 debut album, Pyramid, the Long Beach native rapper and producer has shared a torrent of projects, both long-form solo ventures and collaborative extended plays, that straddle the line between avant-rap and deeply-conceptual sound experiments. Just a few weeks back, Vritra and Matt Martians rekindled their Odd Future production team moniker, Jet Age of Tomorrow, for the back-by-popular-demand, God’s Poop or Clouds?.
Today, as a quick follow-up, Vritra has shared the new album, HAL, which shares its name with the sentient onboard computing system of Stanley Kubrick’s iconic 2001: A Space Oddysey. It’s his first solo project since last year’s Yellowing LP.
Hear Pyramid Vritra’s HAL below and grab your copy of the album via Bandcamp.