"Project Alpha" Mixtape Review (The Bandcamp Diaries)

Check out this awesome review of my new mixtape "Project Alpha" by The Bandcamp Diaries! Here is a snippet:


"Gentry Fox is able to go through exciting lyrics and fantastic wordplay with cat-like reflexes, going for a very fast-paced, direct and dynamic flow. This artist certainly knows how to keep the engagement levels really high, enticing the audience with every beat. If you enjoy artists such as J Dilla or A Tribe Called Quest, or Flying Lotus, you are definitely going to love this release." - The Bandcamp Diaries


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"Gentry Fox is able to go through exciting lyrics and fantastic wordplay with cat-like reflexes, going for a very fast-paced, direct and dynamic flow. This artist certainly knows how to keep the engagement levels really high, enticing the audience with every beat. If you enjoy artists such as J Dilla or A Tribe Called Quest, or Flying Lotus, you are definitely going to love this release. In addition to the amazing songwriting and performance value on “Project Alpha,” the amazing production value really stands out. Take the single “Vita,” for example. This beautiful track kicks off with a stunning orchestral loop, and some spoken word samples, making for a very cinematic twist. The tune suddenly comes into its own skin right away, with a great combination of witty lyrics and organic-sounding beats. The song’s tone and feel is quite modern, but also refreshingly dynamic, creating a really good balance between the warmth of the old guard and the crisp approach of the modern age.


The album features a whopping 20 tracks, which is really amazing for artists in this day and age, especially when you consider that many people go for the “easy” single release instead. I really love the album as a whole, but some of the highlights really include “Tonight,” a song which makes me think of earlier Looptroop, or even some of the best Mac Miller stuff. “Wonder” is one of the moodiest tracks on the album, and perhaps my favorite. I love the beautiful guitar tones, as well as the fantastic beat, which starts off quite lo-fi, and ends up opening up as the vocals come in. This really reminds me of some of artists like A Tribe Called Quest, or even the latest Mac Miller album, which explored some darker tones and personal topics, just like this touching song.


Find out more about Gentry Fox, and do not miss out on “Project Alpha” and other fantastic releases from this talented performance, because this one is definitely not a sleeper!"

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