On the whole, RTJ2 is El-P’s most accessible and rangy production to date and he’s hit a stride that recalls Sonic Youth in 1987 or Animal Collective in 2004, the point where a celebrated noise terrorist starts to embrace and challenge their audience rather than simply testing their patience.
lol. he probably thought this was such a clever thing to claim.
fucking clown. you guys were on point when you called Pitchfork "satire and they don't even know it".