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7 Days of Funk (Dam Funk & Snoopzilla)
7 Days Of Funk

I’ve been looking forward to this for a while. Funk master Dam Funk has slowly been edging his way into my life via his crossover Ariel Pink collab and professed love for Prefab Sprout. Snoop I can take or leave but his smooth delive...view item »

Fila Brazillia
Maim That Tune

Maim That Tune is the 1995 album of Yorkshire-dwelling electronica duo Fila Brazillia. They deploy a very wide sound palette in order to deliver chilled atmospheres to the listener: techno / house / hip-hop beats, melodic orchestral samples, twinkling bell tones… 20th anniversary reissue, first time on vinyl!...view item »

Blind Arcade
Give It Away

Blind Arcade, aka Kermit Leveridge, has been away a long time. Initially one of Black Grape way back when, he has since passed through a deep drug wilderness to return with Give It Away, an EP that features talented assistance from BB James and The Reynolds...view item »

Low Budget / High Concept

Mongrels are a duo made up of two life-long friends, DJ Benjamin and MC Kid Acne. The two have been involved in UK hip-hop for almost twenty years, although they haven’t made tracks together as Mongrels for quite a while. Low Budget / High Concept is a fresh EP fu...view item »

Dam Funk
Invite The Light

Eighties electro-funk revivalist Dam Funk has an excellent line in smooth jams both slow and fast, and he crucially understands the essential swing of funk. Invite The Light gets help from the likes of Q-Tip and both Leon Sylvers III and Leon Sylvers IV. The home of thi...view item »

L'Orange & Kool Keith
Time? Astonishing!

Hip-hop legend Kool Keith, who has also recorded under the names Dr. Octagon and Black Elvis, has teamed up with MMG producer L’Orange to record Time? Astonishing! Whilst keeping the best traditions of the genre alive, here they have created a new landscape for hi...view item »

Golden Rules
Golden Ticket

A new duo consisting of London producer Paul White and Florida rapper Eric Biddines, Golden Rules deliver a distinctly Outkastian effort with debut album Golden Ticket. Hailed by the likes of BBC 6 Music, Madlib and Diplo, they’re sure to make waves. Out on CD, vinyl double LP and limited edition vinyl double LP f...view item »

Magna Carta... Holy Grail

A fancy limited edition of Jay Z’s Magna Carta… Holy Grail on Jack White’s Third Man Records. They don’t make it easy for ya at Third Man; the gatefold double vinyl LP comes with an exclusive non-album track which you play using a postcard only accessible by literally slicing into your r...view item »


Moshi Moshi have put out Sukpatch's album following on from the single the other week which pretty much gives you an idea of what to expect from the album. Mid-tempo guitar pop with nods to Money Mark with some of the beats and synth bits. Infact the vocal is not unlike him either. Hip-Hop laced in...view item »


Sad to say, Offshore (Ewan Robertson) is no longer with us: this album is being released posthumously, with all proceeds from its sale going to a relevant charity. Offshore’s tracks hop around with a light touch, synths, drum machines and a tune-centric sensibility all playing off each other perfe...view item »

Unindian Songs Vol 1

This weeks Anticon release comes from Pedestrian. This is his debut album. Pedestrian also appears in the musically superior Restiform Bodies. This is another Anticon release. If you like Anticon you might like this. It sounds a bit scrappy and lo-fi . It features contributions from Why?, Sole, Jel...view item »

The Mouse And The Mask

Motherfunning new album from Dangerdoom. In case you didn't know (and you may well not) Danger Doom is a duo consisting of MF Doom and Danger Mouse.. Kind of like Mr Marks & Mr Spencer.........  As I type we have the ltd special edition CD in fancy packaging but the vinyl should be here in a week or so.... T...view item »

Enigmatic & Misto Soon
A miniature of bigger things

Out of the Blue sent us some CDs out of the blue which is kind of amusing since that's what they're called. The release in question is a CD album and it's by The Enigmatical & Misto Soon who peddle a laid-back, heavily jazz influenced hip-hop. The production I'm really enjoying, the languid beats fusing very nicely with the maximal approach to ...view item »

DJ Signify
Sleep No More

The content is very solemn and brooding, and both guest emcees Buck 65, and Sage Francis contribute some of their best abstract work. Notable tracks are "Winters Going", "Haunted House Party" and "Cup of Regret". The samples Signify employs are very obscure and some are haunting in...view item »

C- Rayz Walz
Year Of The Beast

I wasn't a "huge" fan of C-Ray's debut studio effort "Ravipops". It was pretty good, but not up to par with many Def Jux releases. Well, I'm pleased to say that "Year Of The Beast" is better, and deserves the spotlight. It took me a few spins to get used to his style and message. First of all, his flow isn't overly impressive. But he does have s...view item »


When you read the words 'frankly insane instrumental hip hop all the way from Poland' you know you want to take a listen. So this describes the next release 'comac' by CO. The nearest comparison I guess is Dalek but without the vocals the sonic manipulations need to be even more visceral which CO manage with aplomb. Rickety beats...view item »


During the chaos at the towers some records occasionally mange to evade the review pile. BLEUBIRD's 'Rip USA' is one such record but is worth mentioning for all you Anticon fans. This features the solid production skills of Scott Da Ros, Alias, The Chocolate Gangster...view item »

Cloven Thumb/ Ill Prepared (Dieter & Gadabouts mix)

Librarian I know sod all about apart from the fact they're a pan Lahndan/Bristol act. 'Cloven Thumb' is kind of lo-fi backpacker hip-hop skinny funk with bizarre lyrics. There's a very home spun vibe about it, recorded off-the-cuff with no overdubs or post-production, I'm totally undecided as to whether I like it or not but it possesses an undeniab...view item »

Dark Was The Night

I recently got told to give records only ten out of ten unless they're "perfect, like "future classics". I retorted that to my ears on 2-3 listens they often were. I take things home & rinse them see. I've made a few mistakes. Haven't we all. I even liked the bloody Chew Lips album for three months. T...view item »


Actress is known for mixing it up in his DJ sets, unafraid to shift BPMs and genres dramatically. This mix for DJ Kicks (the 49th in the series) is his first commercially released mix, finally allowing the home listener to hear what he gets up to on the decks. Includes tracks from Autechre, Mark...view item »

Prismic Tops

Dimlite's Prismic Tops goes off in even stranger directions, from the xylophone and filtered Arabic horns of Kalimba Deathswamp/Kurt Feelingx. The weirdness is in full effect, and even with Elan Tamara lending her vocals to "On the Same Picture," the instrumentals go crazy right beneath her. The jazz inflections of his earlier works give way to ...view item »

James Pants

Quasi-emotional MIDI-pop miniatures from James Pants. Pants’ methodology for crafting these tracks was apparently to not spend too long on any of them, so Savage is a curious blend of light-hearted pastiches, deliberately ‘shallow’ but in a context where that is a good thing! Vinyl LP ...view item »

Ghostface Killah
The Pretty Toney Album

The charmingly titled ’The Pretty Toney Album’ is American hip hop/rap artist and former Wu Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah’s fourth studio album. Originally released in 2004 in the wake of the shortcomings of many other Wu-Tang Clan members solo projects, Ghostface Killah has successfully created his own unique identity that...view item »

Ice Cube
Death Certificate (25th Anniversary Edition)

Second solo album from Ice Cube, positioned in between the N.W.A. and the starring-in-family-friendly-Disney-films eras of his career. Death Certificate is a ferocious blast against most parts of society, backed by aggressively funky instrumentals. 20-track 180g vinyl LP reissue from the Back to Black l...view item »


‘Efil4zaggin’ aka ‘Niggaz4life’ is the second and final studio album from gangsta rap collective NWA as the group disbanded later the same year after the departure of Dr Dre. With a line up featuring four of the collectives original members (after the departure of Ice Cube) the album was an instant rap classic reaching Bi...view item »

Kendrick Lamar
To Pimp a Butterfly

I'm not sure about pimping a butterfly but Kendrick Lamar certainly knows the smooth. Sampling and influenced by the '70s greats of Parliament, Clinton (George not me) and Marvin Gaye, he twists black anger into new and danceable shapes. Challenging at times but sounds like it's going to be a decent follow up.   ...view item »

DJ Yoda
DJ Yoda Presents: Breakfast Of Champions

Always a fan of collaborations, surrounded by a wealth of good artistic company, DJ Yoda has created his first live hip-hop band comprising some of the cornerstones of the golden era of hip hop including Rex Domino, Mouse Outfit MCs Sparkz and Truthos Mufasa to name a few. ‘Breakfast of Champions’ captures all the excitement and ener...view item »

Tairiq & Garfield
Childhood Swing

The debut release from twin brothers Tairiq & Garfield is a big production seemingly always in flux. Children to an R&B group father and a rapping mother they’ve got quite the headstart. Childhood Swing is not unlike a slow motion Squarepusher at his most sci-fi. Out on 12” vinyl from Software Record...view item »

BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah
Sour Soul

This is the promising collaboration between smoky jazz/hip-hop collective BADBADNOTGOOD and rap champ Ghostface Killah.  Inspired by the '60s/70s soulful music they grew up on the album eschews the sample heavy hip hop of the modern day for live playing which gives the album an atmospheric, organi...view item »

Hot Sugar
God's Hand

Floating along the abstract plane with Hot Sugar. God's Hand is the lengthily awaited debut full length from the esoteric producer. Some call it hip-hop, whilst others probably don't have a clue about what he is getting at. It's full of bubbling samples, wacky percussion and all kinds of loops n synt...view item »

Wu-Tang Clan
A Better Tomorrow

After years of putting it off and asking each member if it's gonna happen -- and RZA saying it'd only happen if he had the freedom to do whatever he wanted and take the project wherever he could -- the Wu-Tang announced not one album, but two (though you'd have to be earning a lot more right now to own the second). ...view item »

Petals Have Fallen

DELS is an alternative hip-hop artist whose flow and motivation is based on contradictions: he goes in for tragicomedy with darkly funny verses about his own experiences and those of the people who fill his life. This is his second record, 'Petals Have Fallen', produced by none other than Kwes, who gives the record its swaying, often raw tones.&...view item »

Divine Styler
Def Mask

A dystopian concept album from one time DJ Shadow collaborator and member of Ice T's Rhyme Syndicate crew, Divine Styler. Def Mask shows a clear industrial influence that runs right through the album with discordant synths and crunching snares. Expect heavy nods to Blade Runner. Out on CD and 2LP v...view item »

Flying Lotus
Until The Quiet Comes

You know  - so many things go on these days that I somehow missed Flying Lotus’s last opus ‘Cosmogramma’. Just never got round to it. Shocking isn’t it? A man of my regard within the community. Anyway I will make up for lost time by boldly proclaiming this new on...view item »

Jaga Jazzist
Jaga Jazzist - '94-'14

Post-rock wasn't always this drab; there was a time when it could sound like it was made by a jazz band living in a beanstalk. Jaga Jazzist's inventive and ever-curious sound infused nu-jazz with the climactic disciplines of Talk Talk and Tortoise. They're pretty old now, though, and this year m...view item »

Tre Mission

Idiosyncratic cross continental beats from Tre Mission. Stigmata is a journey encompassing all things hip-hop from Canada, England and America. His range of influences is similar in scope to his range of collaborations on this record. It's got elements of grime, trap, garage, R&B with poppy sensi...view item »

Kenny Dennis III

I've not encountered Kenny Dennis before, Serengeti's scarred everyman who across this album relays the story of his band Perfecto. With partner in crime Ders they embark on an adventure that is in turn funny, poignant  always interesting. Thick moustached KD finds things don't always pan out but as a listener, I feel better for g...view item »

Percy La Rock EP

Got some smooth soulful hip-hop action here from I.N.T., aka Percy Samidjono, aka Percy La Rock (an old-skool hip-hop name bestowed upon him by 'Wildstyle' director Charlie Ahearn), who's got a slew of records behind him already on labels like Stones Throw and Rush Hour. Now he's on Dwina, dropping seven fresh cuts with several guest stars inclu...view item »

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist
Play Afrika Bambaataa (Renegades Of Rhythm Exclusive Tour Book)

Trip-hop hero DJ Shadow and his good friend turntablist Cut Chemist toured together as Renegades Of Rhythm, and this limited edition book celebrates the time they spent together with words from both artists, as well as Afrika Bambaataa, on DJ culture. Found inside are remade versions of test pressings found in Afrika Bambaata...view item »

Nightmares On Wax
A Word Of Science

This is a real landmark LP, not so much in the career of NOW, as I think their key album is Smokers Delight, but rather a landmark in terms of the Northen bleep era and Warp records. Whilst not the first album on Warp, it felt significant as it seemed to symbolise a shift from one off singles to having artists who look...view item »

Mr Scruff
We Are Coming (Max Graef Remix) / Feel Free (Scruff's 12" Re-Tweak)

The unshaven lord of acid and trip-hop -- and prodigal son of Ninja Tune -- is back with a 12", with some help from friends. Berlin house producer Max Graef takes on "We Are Coming" and gives it his signature touch, while on the b-side Scruff gets in a time machine and gives his old tune "Feel Free" a dance-friendly look-over. ...view item »

Golden Skies

Brainfeeder don't do too much wrong so hopes are high for this debut album from Mono/Poly (aka Charles Dickerson). Even better news is that Thundercat makes an appearance twanging his bass and Flying Lotus affiliates Niki Randa and Rebekah Raff, plus Mendee Ichikawa (Free Moral Agents) are here too. Mono/Poly already has fans in Erykah Badu and ...view item »

Homeboy Sandman

Homeboy Sandman is a wordy emcee on Stones Throw records and 'Hallways' is his second ever record. A hip-hop lyricist in the tradition of Ghostface Killah and Aesop Rock for quick-fire rapping, Homeboy Sandman has enlisted a large roster of producers to handle the other side of things for 'Hallways', including Blu, Oh No and Jonwayne.  ...view item »

Cut Chemist
The Litmus Test

Cut Chemist’s Litmus Test is a self-mixed retrospective showcasing one of the 1990’s great DJ/producers’ repertoire. Originally released in 2004, the album ushered in his solo era as a precursor to his Warner Brothers debut release The Audience Is Listening. A mix of selected productions/mixes Cut Chemist had done to date - som...view item »


Madlib and MF DOOM present an experimental hiphop tour de force that was beset by internet leaks before completion, and initially abandoned midway by its creators before seeing the light of day in 2004 and becoming a crossover hit. Brimming with unlikely samples (Mothers of Invention, Ge...view item »


Carving some out with Jabu. Kwiadan is the latest 7 track record from the Bristol fellas. Taking stock from UK & US beat makers and spoken word artists, these tracks are as introspective as they are down tempo. MC Alex Rendall is spilling his mind out over Amos Childs' blunted rhythms. Out o...view item »

Operation Doomsday [ Deluxe Edition ]

MF Doom, the man behind the mask, the supervillain, he works with mice, Madlib and more besides. A true underground legend who has ended up with shoes bearing his logo on every major high street in the UK. It still suprises me to see Doom in the shop window of Clarks. I mean what the f.....view item »

Christian Rich

SS14 is the debut EP from Christian Rich AKA DJ and production duo and twin brothers Taiwo and Kehinde Hassan. Nigerian raised, Chicago born, LA-based Christian RIch recently contributed to #1 Billboard albums for Drake, J Cole and Childish Gambino, as well as producing 4 tracks for Earl Sweatshirt's #1 Rap Billboard album, 'Doris'. ...view item »

Special Herbs 5 & 6

'Special Herbs 5 & 6' is the latest entry in MF DOOM's instrumental series of beats. MF DOOM is famous for being a beats merchant for a wide variety of canonized hip-hop artists, from De La Soul to the Wu-Tang Clan. This record collects a variety of rarely heard MF DOOM samples, and comes with a bonus 7" from when MF DOOM was a member o...view item »

Earwax Volume One

Dirty, grotty yet wholesomely uplifting,  Earwax Volume One is a fine mesh of beats and samples to dive into. Featuring the likes of Odd Nosdam, Michael J Collins and Ceschi, it’s a funkily versatile introduction to the unique aesthetics of the US spanning Filthy Broke label....view item »

Dour Tonic Input / DJ Votive
Yogyakarta / Dead Roads

Here’s a very peculiar split tape from Dour Tonic Input and DJ Votive, designed as a “beat tape” it’s intended to be the starting point for further projects, throwing out a series of engaging rhythmic passages which all owe a debt to the Indonesian...view item »

Virus Syndicate
The Swarm

Sometimes you just need to blast heavy EDM with rappers demonstrating the gamut of British eloquence and accents. That’s what Virus Syndicate saw you needed, and they intended to deliver. The Swarm is only an indication of the havoc they intend to wreak on our ears, innards and dignity, so you better buckle up....view item »

Taylor McFerrin
Early Riser

Oh how we guffawed, “I bet...huh...I bet its Bobby McFerrin’s son”. Well of course it is Bobby’s lad and McFerrin senior even makes a guest appearance towards the end of this lovely album. Rather than saying “don’t worry be happy”, McFerrin Junior soothes your soul and eases your concerns with th...view item »

Tommy Guerrero
No Mans Land

Described as a musician, designer, artist and skateboarder from San Francisco, I immediately find Tommy Guerrero annoying. He’s just bound to be one of those too-cool-for-school kids isn’t he? Probably some kind of trendy hairstyle and undoubtedly with that most annoying of traits; an upbeat enthusiasm for everything...view item »

Mr Scruff
Render Me

A 12” sample of Mr Scruff’s latest album on Ninja Tune, Friendly Bacteria. Two reworkings of the track ‘Render Me’, a track that features vocals from Denis Jones. I found his vocals pretty weird to be honest, especially put within the usually light and Scruffy sound of the track, but maybe that i...view item »


LA based youth genius Napolian (a.k.a Ian Evans) follows his killer debut EP ‘Rejoice’ (still in stock slow lads) with an epic full length LP for Daniel Lopatin’s Software label and, to be honest, I’m fucking stoked. Napolian’ p...view item »

Mr Scruff
Friendly Bacteria

Friendly Bacteria is the seventh full-length album by Mr. Scruff, otherwise known as Andy Carthy from Manchester. Famously plying his trade on the Ninja Tune label since his second album, Keep It Unreal, in 1999, Friendly Bacteria is regarded as his most complete work to date. The comp...view item »

Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton : This Is Stones Throw Records

Founded by Peanut Butter Wolf (and while we're here, bless Charizma), the legendary Stones Throw Records has housed a community responsible for some of the most influential hip-hop artists of all time, from Madlib to beat-making genius Dilla. Ou...view item »

Kate Tempest
Everybody Down

“English rapper - Brian to review” said the post-it. I could not correlate the picture of the sad Dickensian person on the sleeve with those ominous words. I thought it had fallen off something else. Kate Tempest is indeed an English rapper and a bloody good one at that. Street tough, personable and electric with a cheeky, homely Sou...view item »

Late Night Tales – Django Django

The popular and intriguing Late Night Tales series gets curated by Django Django here, on CD and double LP. The tracklisting is in keeping with myriad of influencers at play in the band’s sound, from pop to hip-hop, and across the eras. Indeed, it is a bit like the band and their parents got their mus...view item »


These guys are about pushing limits, exploring the limits of rap. Even though they are Southsiders, they want to take it above and beyond directions, and through the Atmosphere. And they’re offering you the chance of a lifetime to be part of that expedition. There’s really no way you can say no....view item »


The third album from the three jazz/hip-hop lads (jazz-hop?), BadBadNotGood, or BBNG, create moody, dark hip-hop instrumental beats through some excellent drumming, piano and bass playing. It’s exciting, live music which, like the best instrumental hip-hop from the likes of J Dilla and ...view item »


Food is the 6th album by Harlem born songstress Kelis.It has been described as being her most lyrically honest album to date. As well as being a singer, Kelis is a qualified Le Cordon Bleu sauce chef, so unsurprisingly her love of food influenced the album. Food was produced by...view item »

E s t a r a

LA producer and artist Mtendere Mandowa hits us with his latest full length on Brainfeeder Records, following on from the brilliant ‘Ardour’ released way back in 2010. This latest album ‘Estara’ sees Teebs in a rather meditative form, a cool floaty sort of Boards Of Canada ...view item »

Stanley Odd
Chase Yirsel

Macabre instrumentations, eerie soundscapes, and to top it all off, a scary Scott dropping frustrated flows straight into your brain. Stanley Odd’s new limited edition 10”, featuring instrumental and a capella tracks of both songs, is a haunting hip-hop experiment. Go ahead, check it out....view item »

Joasihno & Jel
Lay Down / Hypnotize

Neat little 7" from The Notwist’s Alien Transistor label. Anticon man Jel constructed ‘Hypnotise Us’ out of fragments sourced from Munich duo Joasihno, while ‘Lay Down’ is a brand new track from the German pair. Looped acoustic strums, somnambule...view item »

Brandt Brauer Frick

Techno is good, but a techno mix is better. You know this. We know this. Brandt Brauer Frick definitely know this, and their DJ Kicks mix drives the point home. With two vinyl records thumping onward, they have made it possible for you to lose yourself in smooth mixes of today’s finest techno artists....view item »

Young Fathers

Time is crashing on today, certainly not enough of to fully dissect the long awaited debut from this Edinburgh based hip hop troup. But I will try. Their debut ‘Tape 1’ was one of my favourite releases of last year, a tuneful boisterous off kilter take on hip hop that the subsequent ‘Tape 2’ didn’t quite live up to....view item »

Incredible Bongo Band
The Return Of The Incredible Bongo Band

The Return Of The Incredible Bongo Band by The Incredible Bongo Band is the follow-up their 1973 classic, Bongo Rock. Bongo Rock was plundered by rappers and producers for samples helping to build the foundation of hip-hop and many other facets of popular music. The Return Of The Incredible Bongo B...view item »


Do you want to float across pretty horizons while dreaming of nicer days? That’s all producer D33J ever does, and his new 12” EP Gravel is a fancy continuation of his work so far. Floaty beats and trippy vocals is really all you need to have a good night by yourself, and DEEJ wants to be there with you....view item »


Lithuanian Mamiko Motto curates a mix of electronic music from producers across the globe. Obey City weighs in with some dreamy chords, whilst Bobby heads straight to the dancefloor with the funky ‘Tame The Shrew’. There’s enough variety to maintain interest whilst offering a c...view item »

Med, Blu & Madlib
The Buzz

I don’t really get to review much hip-hop here at HQ so this is a nice surprise for me on this dreary winter afternoon... This is one of those typical hip-hop records that have so many names attached to it it’s hard to work out exactly whose record it actually is. The only name I am really familiar with is Los Angeles based D...view item »

Rap Album #1

Jonwayne didn't need to start rapping. Instrumental albums like Bowser already established his reputation well enough in glitch hop and beat music circles for his music career to continue. Yet, here we are with Jonwayne's first rap album appropriately titled Rap Album One, which happens to be excellent from its production to Jonwayne's lyricism....view item »

Kanye West

I am giving a great review for this album; Kanye has helped pull experimental hip-hop into the mainstream with 'Yeezus'. Daft Punk are on production and you can tell with the pounding bass on tracks such as 'I Am A God', 'New Slaves' and 'On Sight'. There is a heavy Death Grips influence as already mentioned with ...view item »

A$AP Rocky

The great thing about this artist is he is unique. He openly references his influences, where he's not biting them, he's just taking them, combining them and taking them into the future. He isn't trying to be the next Nas here either, his talent isn't in storytelling or lyrical skills. Its in his flow, riding the beat, vocabulary, the way the wo...view item »

Aesop Rock
Bazooka Tooth

Nothing on Bazooka Tooth is simple: the production is reminiscent of a room full of broken electronics that coincidentally sounds like something to which you can rap. Ace Rock does just that with words that have no obvious connection to anything resembling a theme. Don't be fooled, though, there is an essay lurking below the surface. Many of the...view item »


Thundercat was the big new lad on the block a few years ago whose confusingly similarly-titled and Flying Lotus-produced album ‘The Golden Age of Apocalypse’ was an overwhelmingly virt...view item »

Sandwell District
Fabric 69: Sandwell District

Techno at 8.30 in the morning. Well unless you are our Brian on one of his marathon good time japes, then its a fairly alien concept. I’ve just had an enormous bowl of porridge and am settling down to this superb compilation of the very best of the legendary Sandwell District imprint (comprisin...view item »

Tyler, The Creator

this album is beautifully made you hear a lot of progression from tyler and wolf is one hell of a ride from start to finish one of my favorite albums of 2013...view item »

Nightmares On Wax
Thought So...

Chillout with the misleadingly named Nightmares On Wax, whose days on Warp continue with a lovely reisuse of 'Thought So...', his sixth record, which saw them pack up shop and move to Ibiza (from Leeds, no less!). There's plenty of good old fashioned dub to rejoice over, but things get a little sunnier and shinier on this record. ...view item »

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