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Name: Adam Bernard
Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
About Me: Entertainment journalist with 15+ years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, fringe movies, & chicken shawarma. Part time ninja. Nerdy, but awesome.
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Review: Bisco Smith - The Broadcast
Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Bisco Smith, who lived in Fairfield during his high school days, released his third album, titled The Broadcast, earlier this year. Always a serious emcee with a penchant for strong rhymes about life and community oriented topics, The Broadcast sees Bisco taking his game to the next level. Lyrically and musically it’s obvious he’s a dyed in the wool underground hip-hop artist, there’s nothing pop about anything on the album, but unlike a lot of underground hip-hop albums the content of The Broadcast ranges far past the typical underground hip-hop fare of loving hip-hop and complaining about the mainstream. Bisco clearly cares about his community and wants to affect lives with his work. He’s well educated and has an authoritative delivery, which gives his social commentary even more of an impact. On The Broadcast he even expands past some of his darker tendencies when it comes to the beats he works with and the results are songs like the standout “Vibrations,” which is so live one can’t help but get up and get motivated by it.

Review originally ran in the New Haven Advocate.


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