Matt Martians & Earl Sweatshirt Team-Up For Silky Instrumental "Horn"
Matt Martians lets young Earl Sweatshirt spread his rarely showcased production styles on the smooth new instrumental "Horn." It taps into some of the washed-out guitar riffs and Neptunes-esque airiness we've long cherished from the man at the helm of The Internet, The Jet Age Of Tomorrow and virtually every Odd Future off-shoot under the sun. Oh and then the horn chimes in, punctuating a muffled kit and murky synths with some bright touches. It's the second offering we've gotten from Earl in just as many weeks, having just dropped the criminally brief dose of grime that is his Alchemist produced knocker "45." The heavy-hand of Martians has been rather quiet as well since the drop of The Internet's dynamite Feel Good LP late last year, but it doesn't seem that the idle time has been wasted. There's no word yet on whether we can expect albums from either of The Left Coast's finest anytime soon, but you know precisely where to get the word when it makes its way through grapevine. In the meantime, vibe-out with Matt Martians and Earl Sweatshirts collaborative instrumental "Horn" below.