I didn't care for the rap in A which felt like being stuck in a room with a stroppy, unpleasant teenager. Musically it was better with some jazzy colours and layers. B was like Johnny Cash playing in a haunted house. As a study in atmospherics it was pretty arresting stuff, I just wish there was more of a song as it tended to just repeat itself. Interesting choice THO'.
I've never heard of LS, and I like this one, in particular the choruses. Nice jazzy funk feel, a very pleasant listen. Doesn't stand out toooo much from the other urban pop/hip hop out there, but always nice in small doses. B is more in my house of wheel - echo-drenched '50s rock, big guitar sound and nasty sax, and tongue-in-cheek lyrics that made me smile.
B should be more my thing, and in fact I did enjoy it quite a bit. But there was something in A, especially towards the end, that trascended the standards on the genre, and I have to vote for this surprise factor.
Ooh, a modern rap effort, by a lady. It's actually more pleasant than expected, the only major crime so far has been the unnecessary guitar licks, otherwise it's a quite mellifluous laid back thing. That guitar riff is a cheese barrel though. Not too shabby otherwise.
B is lethargy incarnate, a sullen swamp swimmer of a blues track, that peters out before it really tried to go anywhere.
B is the kind of atmospheric primal obscurity you’d expect to hear on a Tarantino soundtrack (which is not intended as a slight). I liked it! However A has youth and zest, an ace chorus, some lovely musical touches and is a winner.