Its been about a week since i have released my newest instrumental project. Its available for FREE download and $6.00 for a limited edition cassette tape Ragnarok….
Read some reviews here:
“With the opening strings reverberating chasmicly, listeners are instantly made aware of the sonic scope and depth that Ragnarok occupies. Clinton is in no rush here to convey his inspiration of the mythical lore that this project is steeped in. As a result, the sounds stretch expansively and naturally; drums erupt with their fall-out lingering well into the next hit, horns exhale until literal deflation, and synths drone panoramically above. It’s vastly ominous; something like the sparser moments of The Crow‘s film score…” – Hardeep [The Word is Bond] [http://www.thewordisbond.com/96842/ill-clinton-ragnarok-ep-review/]
“Ill Clinton created a batch of moody instrumentals that could essentially act as the soundtrack during Ragnarok. But instead of presenting you with the obvious dark and horrific-sounding beats to pair with the bloodshed, he constructs the tunes that could be heard when silence blankets the Earth and the dust settles. The calm after the storm and the rebirth that follows…” – Tiffology [Crayon Beats] [http://www.crayonbeats.com/ill-clinton-ragnarok-album/]
“ll Clinton must be consuming some quality water (and who knows what else) in Philadelphia, for his new album shows a richness in making some incredible beats and productions on a hip-hop level, and beyond.Ragnarok is sample based and features the kind of musical textures that would make people come up with different names for each sub-genre they felt was appropriate: trip hop, acid jazz, EDM, whatever…” – John Book [http://www.thisisbooksmusic.com/2013/08/06/review-ill-clinton-ragnarok/]
“Philadelphia’s Ill Clinton is a prolific producer of this age, slipping under most media radars with a tenacious approach to launching out digital and physical content that hits at the core of head nodding hip hop anthems of the most sophisticated order. Known to some as Vibe, the latest offering in his hypnotic instrumental hip hop archives has landed on the door steps of one of the worlds leading cassette labels I Had An Accident Records and the 14 track tape release Ragnarok. Where the rhythms take it back to the 90′s era of hip hop, the overtones have a mystic and ancient quality that makes it feel ominous and all consuming, diving back into the origins of musical creation of a higher order. A collection of beautiful beat mantras for this generation to soak in the beauty of neck snapping drum work, analog heavy overtones and a spacious aura that transcends time. Some of the most celestial tracks in the hip hop age come to mind when listening to Ragnarok, and it feels so easy getting lost inside of the album from the minimal layering of majestic tones….” – Sound Colour Vibration [http://soundcolourvibration.com/2013/08/13/ill-clinton-ragnarok/]
“Yo, this is so ill and definitely worth your money. It’s a cool lil’ tape for under five bucks that bangs hard with obscure beats. Take ”Black Pontiac” for instance. The drums are melancholy but the feel is very uplifting and is very easy to bob your head to. I highly recommend this dope mood changing tape brought to you by I Had An Accident Records” – Access Hip Hop [http://www.accesshiphop.com/store/?itemid=23670]