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Babe Rainbow is the work of writer/producer Cameron Reed and this is his second EP for Warp following last year's distinctly wobble inducing post-dubstep affair 'Shaved'. Well things seem to be moving on nicely for Babe Rainbow as his skills have captured the attention of various artists and producers including MF Doom, Odd Future, Salem, Gonjasufi and more. This is most likely due to Reed's hauntingly modern production approach that seems to encapsulate all the new buzz genres in this post-dubstep indie dance environment we are currently immersed in. 'Endless Path' features six tracks (no tracklisting though) of mainly ghostly instrumentals with the exception of G-Side's Yung Clova rhyming on the first track of the B-side. The production has a vague, atmospheric style that touches on moody Blade Runner-esque soundtrackery to all out mystical beatless new age hip-hop in the vein of Lil B's recent LP on Weird Forest. Incidentally, the beat heavy 'Set Loose' that ends side A was originally intended for said rapper. Spooky business.
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