As early evening shadows grow, moods begin to perk up from underneath the stifling heat, and with indefinite, Stanley Ipkuss and Ewonee Thee Beatnik provide a musical score for your late summer haze. The aptly titled LP is a 14-track showcase of the beautiful synergy between New York-based beat producer Ewonee, and the Bay Area-based MC. A Chico State alum, Ipkuss impresses with laid back, buttery vocals reminiscent of Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest—but with a slight rasp. The album is an ode to summertime activities of skating, toking and (graffiti) bombing. Standout tracks include the opener, “SskpyInts,” on which Ipkuss bemoans the misspelling of his name by promoters, and Ewonee’s off-kilter beat is reminiscent of Madvillain’s classic Madvillainy. “Letters” features Bay Area-based Bukue One romanticizing graffiti culture; “Dopesick=\” recalls the tragic tale of an Ipkuss comrade lost to drug abuse; while “Presquevu__” features LuzID spitting crazy bars like “… drunk off of a love montage/ faces of mirages/ but you were not like some/ so with you I just saw some façade …” Full of rap and graffiti heavy-hitters, indefinite is a bicoastal celebration of hip-hop culture, and an album to close out your summer with style.