Wherever it is that they're going, longtime collaborators, Dillon & Batsauce have been On Their Way for quite some time...but their debut full length of the same name has finally arrived. The culmination of a series of trips between Dillon's lab in Atlanta and Batsauce's homebase in Berlin, it has been years in the making - albeit in annual two week increments. Despite their limited face time, the duo's chemistry is the driving force behind this record. With Batsauce handling production duties and Dillon providing the pen work, they've drawn from the ups and downs of their travels and crafted their own personal soundtrack.
Although their voyage begins with a confident send off, it quickly decays into a self deprecating exposè as they navigate the turbulent complexities of depression, sound off on societal failures and mourn for loved ones lost along the way. But darkness isn't their only destination and the album is not without its shining moments of triumph. A cutting sense of humor prevails as the two are steadfastly aware that the journey itself is its own reward.
Not to mention they brought an elite and eclectic cast of characters along for the ride. There are hip hop heavyweights and indie all stars alike as Sadat X, Greg Nice, Count Bass D, Supa Dave West, Paten Locke, Qwazaar and Willie Evans Jr. all lend their talents during the trip. At the end of it all, you'll know that On Their Way was worth the wait