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- The Sunday Gift by Blue Daisy
The hotly tipped debut from Blue Daisy is here and Mary Ann Hobbs is getting all excited down at the BBC about this 'coming of age artist'. Much like Flying Lotus, Burial and, off course, Massive Attack, Blue Daisy's approach sounds very studious and grown up. Arguably in it for the long haul, Blue Daisy is pulling out all the stops in an effort to transcend his underground status in favour of becoming a household coffee-table dance favourite. To me this sounds very much inspired by Bristol's bong soaked downtempo trip-hop scene of the 90's (he's gotta be from Bristol, right?) but it also shares a lot in common with the current crop of moody dub-steppers doing the rounds today and even hints at the likes of Clams Casino at times. 'The Sunday Gift' is almost overwhelmingly mature in it's presentation, strings play a dominant role here with ambiance and deep bass lines being the crux of B.D's arsenal. Dubstep chanteuse Anneka makes an appearance on various tracks adding a mystical bongy slur to these already murky dub excursions that, as they evolve, almost meld into one endless super tune. This will inevitably please many a listener.
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