Stream Milo’s New Album ‘A Toothpaste Suburb’ In Its Entirety

milo-a-toothpaste-suburbToday is a great day for hip-hop fans. In addition to a single dropping from a big artist, we can now hear Milo‘s new full-length album, a toothpaste suburb, in its entirety. If you have been following my writing about the Hellfyre Club rapper/producer, then you surely know that this is one of my most anticipated releases of the year. That being said, a cursory listen of his music is not something I recommend if you’re looking to provide any sort of criticism and/or feedback.

Five songs in, it’s apparent that a toothpaste suburb is another potent project from the Maine/Illinois-bred artist who now resides on the West Coast and continues to impress with every effort he releases. Proving that point is the fact his guests include Kool A.D., Busdriver, and Open Mike Eagle, among others, all of whom also make art that deserves your utmost attention. Even so, the production on a toothpaste suburb is so surreal, warming, and engrossing—shout out to iglooghost, Riley Lake, greyhat and Tastenothing for their work on here—that a little passive listening won’t hurt.

You can hear the album below and buy it on Bandcamp.

3 thoughts on “Stream Milo’s New Album ‘A Toothpaste Suburb’ In Its Entirety

Leave A Reply
  1. Bloodmoney Perez|

    I just revisited “jimmy,”and is actually really dope. Nocando is just a lot docent compared to Mike, driver and Milo. He’s more in line with Rheteric Ramirez, and Kail

  2. AndrewMartin520|

    They have been killing it these past two years, really, when you consider Milo and Mike’s projects in 2013 along with that label compilation.

    And I need to listen to Jimmy The Burnout a few more times.

  3. Hellfyre Club has been on quite the roll this year. I wasn’t a big fan of Noccando’s Jimmy the Burnout, but the new Open Mike Eagle, Busdriver, and now probably this are by far some of the best 2014 releases around.

Leave your reply