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Atmosphere ‎– Mi Vida Local - New Vinyl 2 Lp 2018 Rhymesayers Pressing with Bonus 7" on Colored Vinyl and Download - Rap / Hip Hop

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  • Atmosphere ‎– Mi Vida Local - New Vinyl 2 Lp 2018 Rhymesayers Pressing with Bonus 7" on Colored Vinyl and Download - Rap / Hip Hop
  • Atmosphere ‎– Mi Vida Local - New Vinyl 2 Lp 2018 Rhymesayers Pressing with Bonus 7" on Colored Vinyl and Download - Rap / Hip Hop
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Street Date: 10/5/18

It’s a different place than it was two years ago, when Atmosphere released their last record, Fishing Blues. Their seventh album, Mi Vida Local, reflects the ways in which the world–and their place in it–has changed. The idyllic domesticity of the past few records has morphed into anxiety over keeping loved ones safe during turbulent times. The easygoing collaboration between Ant and Slug has started to feel more like the life-or-death intimacy of two men trapped together on a lifeboat. At times, Mi Vida Local is a heavy album, (“I might be the last generation of grandparents,” goes a key line from “Virgo”), but it’s far from grim. As the name implies, Mi Vida Local is intensely focused on the place it was created–the southside of Minneapolis–where Slug and Ant work tirelessly in their “beautiful basements”, refining their sound without interruption, save for a handful of Minneapolis friends that showed up to contribute. The album pairs complex subject matter with equally deep beats–ones that show a clear lineage back to the psychedelic funk landmarks from an earlier era where America was going through a post-utopian hangover, and prove that there won’t ever be a time where boom-bap beats don’t sound perfectly of the moment. Mi Vida Local might be the best album Atmosphere’s ever made. It’s definitely the one they needed to make right now, and one listeners need to hear just as urgently. If it’s sometimes an album about how the fight to find happiness never really ends–even after you get the house and the kids and the artistic freedom to make dad-rap records–it’s also about discovering that there’s happiness to be found just in fighting.

Tracklist 

 

A1 Jerome
A2 Stopwatch
A3 Virgo
B1 Delicate
B2 Drown
Featuring – Cashinova, Dem Atlas, The Lioness
B3 Anymore
C1 Earring
Featuring – Musab
C2 Trim
C3 Specificity
D1 Mijo
D2 Randy Mosh
Featuring – The Dynospectrum
D3 Graffiti