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Here we have a collaboration between legendary Berlin-based Paul St Hilaire, aka Tikiman, meet the knob fiddlers behind the Jahtari Riddim Force. The A side sounds remarkably like Flight Of The Conchords’ ‘Boom Boom’. Almost identical in fact. It’s a deep dark dub-inflected piece of paranoid ragga. More upbeat is the flip side ‘Who Goes There’ which is driven a ...

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Nah Ina It by Paul St. Hilaire
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 18 October 2013

Here we have a collaboration between legendary Berlin-based Paul St Hilaire, aka Tikiman, meet the knob fiddlers behind the Jahtari Riddim Force. The A side sounds remarkably like Flight Of The Conchords’ ‘Boom Boom’. Almost identical in fact. It’s a deep dark dub-inflected piece of paranoid ragga.

More upbeat is the flip side ‘Who Goes There’ which is driven along by a squelchy bassline with plenty of bright eyed synth squeakery. St Hilaire’s voice is much lighter here and better for it. On ‘One O Clock Rock’ he returns to the growly, gravelly style of the A side with a quickfire delivery over some pounding beats. The final tune is a much more of a drenched dub affair with more than a hint of Horace Andy in the quivering voice.


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