Oh, this is bad. Just… very bad.
Not even so bad that it’s good.
Still Nirvana imagines a world where computers have finally replaced human musicians, churning out cheap, mind-numbing trap beats with no sense of adventure and no heart. The word “skrrt” is this world’s common language, and can have several distinct meanings dependent on tone and the forcefulness of its accompanying hand gesture.
In this world, individual timbres no longer matter because everyone’s voice can easily be morphed using the same lethargic, drug-haze effect.
This world’s population is too tired and numb to dance. They simply sit in a chair, smart phone in hand, and nod their heads as they stream a listless music video on a constant loop, no longer enjoying — or even experiencing — the song, but streaming nonetheless because GOTTA BREAK THOSE RECORDS… GOTTA GET MY FAV TO 15 MIL IN 48 HOURS.
Seeing as Ravi’s smothered this whole damn thing in autotune, I’m just gonna autotune this review and leave it at that.
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