It’s nice to see that the East Coast — after years of going through the motions — has finally rediscovered its sounds, so there’s practically something for any fan of music from the region.
New Jersey’s Mach-Hommy has returned with his first project since 2019’s Kill ‘Em All collabo wit h DJ Muggs, Mach’s Hard Lemonade. And, similar to what Nipsey Hussle and Roc Marciano would to do with their projects, Mach is taxing up the A for his: the deluxe vinyl version is available on his site for $444.44 (the price is a not-so-subtle ode to JAY-Z, who cosigns Mach). If you’re too poor/frugal for that (and that is neither an insult or negative critique, because good Lord), you can pre-order the standard vinyl for $222.22, the CD for $99.99, or the cassette tape for $77.77.
- “SBTM (Sweeney Been Told Me)”
- “Soon Jah Due” f. Earl Sweatshirt
- “Marshmallow Test”
- “Smoked Maldon” f. Tha God Fahim
- “Photocopy Sloppy (Dumb Fraud)”
- “Pour House” f. Your Old Droog
- “Clout Dracula (Remix)” f. Navy Blue, Young Quenz & Tvoy
- “Squeaky Hinge”
- “NJ Ultra”
For the rest of us (read: the cheapos), the album can be streamed — via Tidal, currently — below.
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