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I think ‘din’ could be the correct word to describe this mishmash of an album. This is someone out of Pit Er Pat, who were a band with songs etc, who has now journeyed wildly into the world of cut up splintered R’n’B. The album basically sounds like Missy Elliott having a nervous breakdown. ‘Talk With My Body’ contains the repeating couplet ‘I eat with ...

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DIN by FAY
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6/10 Clinton 29 June 2012

I think ‘din’ could be the correct word to describe this mishmash of an album. This is someone out of Pit Er Pat, who were a band with songs etc, who has now journeyed wildly into the world of cut up splintered R’n’B. The album basically sounds like Missy Elliott having a nervous breakdown. ‘Talk With My Body’ contains the repeating couplet ‘I eat with my mouth, I talk with my body’ over limp R’n’B beats.

That’s the issue I have with this record, it may be an “avant garde” take on dance music moves but it’s incredibly limp and...well...boring. ‘That’s the Part’ is just terminal drum machine faffing. Most of the album sounds like an electronic “Jazz Odyssey”, I can’t find a tune for love nor money. But that’s maybe the point.

XLR8R calls this an “avant pop stunner” - I sure ain’t hearing it, though the album becomes slightly more melodically interesting over its second half with some of the cut-up sampledelica of Onra partially in evidence.




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