Chicago indie-rap hero Qwel returns once again, spitting that fire... and brimstone. Like the majority of recent Galapagos4 releases, Dark Day's lyrics maintain a strict socially conscious focus, with Qwel dropping verbal parables about the fucked up aspects of our modern society. Dr. Jones' gloomy, low-key production becomes a great pulpit for Qwel's dark sermons. Fans of abstract, unconventional rap will love this one, and Qwel never comes wack on the mic. Standout tracks include "Bread & Circuses," "Blood from the Stone," and the title track. Features Mestizo and Robust.