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  1. 1.
    Freaking Out
  2. 2.
    Walking in Milwaukee
  3. 3.
    Coinstar Song
  4. 4.
    The Losers
  5. 5.
    In The Basement
Juiceboxxx has been performing as Juiceboxxx for most of his life, and that’s a tall order. From his first basement shows as a literal 13-year-old, to his stint opening for Public Enemy in the mid-2000s, to his reality-warping performance of “Like a Renegade” on Wisconsin local news, to the time he was the subject of an entire book, to his independent label Thunder Zone, a home for noise music, Lil Ugly Mane merch, and energy drinks… etc.
etc. He’s done a lot. Like life it-self, Juiceboxxx’s multidimensional resume rolls on and on, always moving for-ward, always confounding expectations.
“Since the beginning, I’ve never totally fit in. I’ve always been on the periphery of a bunch of things at once,” says Juiceboxxx. “But I think that has put me in a unique position to create. Music is a tool for connection, and I don’t want to put walls around that.”
Juiceboxxx is as tireless as he is indefinable, the rarest and highest form of art-ist. Among a hellscape of trend-hoppers, trust-funders, pseudointellectuals, and pretty faces, who else has the conviction, not to mention the deep content to their music, to propel themselves forward as maniacally fast and hard as this stunning DIY lifer? There are few like him, because only fools try.
Produced by the artist alongside Grammy-nominated Joel Hamilton (Highly Suspect, Iggy Pop, Cam’Ron), Juiceboxxx's new record is the anthemic culmination of a life-time spent in the trenches of American popular culture.


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