Säge, The 64th Wonder
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Säge, The 64th Wonder

Chicago, Illinois, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | INDIE

Chicago, Illinois, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2015
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Chicago anime senseis Sage Shintendo, Vagabond Maurice, and Kariu, The Gameboy have been churning out music at an alarming rate. We spoke a bit on Maurice's The Dragon That Devoured the Moon (awesome album title) earlier this year. On top of that, Shintendo released a beat tape as well as an album in the last couple months. Muten Blvck is a handful of Chicago artists escaping the Windy City through weed smoke and cartoons, video games and karate chops. Where villains lurk around every corner and magic is always a means to defeat the enemy.

They describe themselves better than I can: “The music of MUTEN BLVCK cross-blends wavy atmospheric jazz tracks over gritty break beats encapsulated over rhymes orchestrated to bring new life to the narratives of nerd culture.” - NEONPAJAMAS

"NEW HEAT: Säge The 64th Wonder “But My Netflix Don’t Work Can We Still Chill?"

We have reached the other side. Säge The 64th Wonder aka Sägeshintendo has dropped some dope instrumental stylings for our ears to have many blessings. This is some pure #Onsol heat. Certainly flame enough to supplant the Netflix and lead one straight to the chill. #Onsol got next y’all! - Weird Science

"Random Reviews: MLNCHLYGLD (Melancholy Gold) by Sageshintendo"

So MG as i'm going to now abbreviate it because typing the full name is getting repetitive is the 3rd album by Chicago emcee sageshintendo, following Child of The Wind Fortress and 64 Wonders. It's one that has been hyped up by Shintendo himself, so my expectations were pretty high after his last work that I reviewed. That album I gave a 9 out of 10. My opinions of it have only changed slightly, now getting an 8.2 out of 10 from me, which is still amazing. It just isn't the type of album I can go back and listen to all the way through, which I like doing personally, as well as like 2 track scores lowering a bit. I generally just pick and choose songs I feel like listening to at random, as the moods in the songs were pretty different, ranging from the nerdy gangsta rap seen in the track Rocko's Kitchen, to the hopeful tune of Terra/Earth. I was hoping for a more unified album in terms of the tracks this time. Since I already had something I was hoping for, I added like 2 wavy instrumentals and a song that can be described as a banger on the album, as well as a song that relates to love. In a similar fashion to the last review, I will go track by track, sharing my notes/take on it. It may be difficult to follow along if you haven't heard the album, but just pretend you have if that's the case. Or if it's out at the time that you're reading this, check it out. - swafflong64


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Currently at a loss for words...

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