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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! You know, I still haven't heard that Master Musician's of Bukkake single that everyone was bumming last week. I haven't even seen a physical copy of it for that matter! Does it even exist? I quite liked their style on the earlier stuff though (and god knows the personnel have ludicrous amounts of pedigree), so if they've kicked on from there I can see how it'd be exciting news. These Latitudes job ... »

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Elogia De La Sombra by Master Musicians of Bukkake
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 28 October 2010

You know, I still haven't heard that Master Musician's of Bukkake single that everyone was bumming last week. I haven't even seen a physical copy of it for that matter! Does it even exist? I quite liked their style on the earlier stuff though (and god knows the personnel have ludicrous amounts of pedigree), so if they've kicked on from there I can see how it'd be exciting news. These Latitudes jobs (with their annoying-to-put-back-together CD sleeves) often seem to provide a nice excuse for the artists to experiment a little with a longer form and this one's no different with the first of the two tracks having an ultra slow burning atmosphere, full of Eastern promise (sorry), ritualistic chanting and smokey mystery. About fifteen minutes in there's a brief heavy chug, but that aside it's quite a subtle one. The second tune features a surprisingly motorik beat which, when combined with their usual tomfoolery, has me imagining some sort of Popol Vuh/Neu! supergroup.. Or a better Wooden Shjips.


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