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1 review »It's been a long, hard road to Fluorescent Black for Anti-Pop Consortium with fall-outs, break-ups and solo careers all now water under the bridge as they finally follow up Arrhythmia, seven years after that stone-cold beauty. Time hasn't dulled their talent for abstract rhyme acrobatics, nor their sonic inventiveness but in the move from Warp to Big Dada they do seem to have become a purer hip-ho ... »

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Fluorescent Black by Anti-Pop Consortium
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9/10 Brett Staff review, 23 September 2009
It's been a long, hard road to Fluorescent Black for Anti-Pop Consortium with fall-outs, break-ups and solo careers all now water under the bridge as they finally follow up Arrhythmia, seven years after that stone-cold beauty. Time hasn't dulled their talent for abstract rhyme acrobatics, nor their sonic inventiveness but in the move from Warp to Big Dada they do seem to have become a purer hip-hop group with the complex programming toned down in favour more traditional beats and an emphasis on texture and densely layered samples to serve an atmosphere in which their sci-fi leanings are pushed more to the fore, with a slightly more serious lyrical tone to match. It reminds me a little of the dystopian storytelling of El-P in parts, actually. Also worth mentioning is that they manage to coax a Brand New Second Hand-style performance out of Roots Manuva on 'NY To Tokyo' which goes down an absolute treat. A bit different to before then, but still pretty great.

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