Any artist found on a list of acts that are similar in sound to experimental pop pioneer Holy Other is a name worth remembering. I have been spamming that artist lately, and I received my just reward yesterday in the form of this gritty track by Chicago’s Supreme Cuts. “Jacy”, a veritable Frankenstein’s monster in pop music, is staggeringly and sickeningly sentimental, and somehow it’s only a B-side! The jam has a double dose of all of the necessary ingredients needed to craft that anthem for our dystopian future’s urban youth. Stumbling, then rising early on with a lurching underground hip-hop beat, this legit dirge plods along amidst passionately spliced R&B vocals and synthetic aura with dogged determination. Its sound is akin to what one of Holy Other’s more optimistic fever dreams might sound like if it were given the full Star Slinger makeover. Do tha right thing, and snatch a free MP3 of Supreme Cuts’ beautifully dark and troubling “Jacy” heretoday; and while you’re still lucid, visit their Bandcamp for more goodies at low, low prices (so that I can live vicariously through you). In addition, check below the bump for a little known but just as smoove Holy Other B-side as well. Enjoy.