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1 review »Christopher Dexter Greenspan is one of the big success stories of 2010. His oOoOO self titled debut kick-started the whole Triangle phenomena that resulted in a lot of people combining the words 'witch' and 'house' to define a new style of electronic music. To me Greenspan's stuff is pretty much hip-hop, albeit it super downbeat hip-hop. His style is starting to sound a lot more familiar with ... »

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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 25 April 2012

Christopher Dexter Greenspan is one of the big success stories of 2010. His oOoOO self titled debut kick-started the whole Triangle phenomena that resulted in a lot of people combining the words 'witch' and 'house' to define a new style of electronic music. To me Greenspan's stuff is pretty much hip-hop, albeit it super downbeat hip-hop. His style is starting to sound a lot more familiar with the advent of producers like Clams and such but that takes nothing away from the lad. On 'Love Is Hurting Us' he touches on soulful synth-pop themes with soothing female vocals, deep bass and downbeat grooves ushering in a new era for this impressive talent. The beat on 'Starr' is kick ass. The slowmo vocal on 'Springs' (ft. Butterclock - who also co-wrote the final track 'No Way Back') is double class and the opener 'Try Try' is every bit as good as anything on his debut. There's only five tunes here but they're all worth a listen and dispel any notions of Tri-Angle (or its artists) being a flash in the pan thang. oOoOO is still a daft name mind. OH!


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