Let’s be clear, I’m not trying to compare playing a World Cup match with watching one, but being an spectator can be a relentless experience in the slacker leagues. The remote might be found somewhere far from your sitting position, you might run out of beer before the game is over, or you might want to injure yourself just listening to dumb commentators. If you dare go outside to enjoy a game in public, you’re adding some serious physical strain compared to the home experience. The World Cup can be a daunting experience.
Luckily, the people at NWLA have been thinking about you, the public, and have released a short but frantic mixtape to keep you pumped between match transmissions. Fittingly, like the gathering of nations hosted in Brazil, it features an international cast of beatmakers like Fatima Al Qadiri, Evian Christ, Benjamin Damage and Dog Blood (remixed by Bok Bok).
Get your blood rushing with this audiovisual experience. Who knows? Maybe a team will pick up this mixtape and play it before a crucial game.