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1 review »First up from LADYBUG on Soul Jazz, Kevin Martin's female MC project, now firing vixen led canon shots into the post dancehall apocalypse. Warrior Queen's fine 'Dem a Bomb We' is given a smart refix, noticeably more frisky & fearsome than the excellent 7" on his Ladybug 7" imprint. This is hip swivelling & sexy dance music taking the whole ragga-core genre onto new plain ... »

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Dem a Bomb We / Miniaturu De Lulu by Ladybug Ft Warrior Queen / Deize Tigrana
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 15 November 2006
First up from LADYBUG on Soul Jazz, Kevin Martin's female MC project, now firing vixen led canon shots into the post dancehall apocalypse. Warrior Queen's fine 'Dem a Bomb We' is given a smart refix, noticeably more frisky & fearsome than the excellent 7" on his Ladybug 7" imprint. This is hip swivelling & sexy dance music taking the whole ragga-core genre onto new plains of sonic consciousness. It's the flip that really floors me with a ragged skit from Deize Tigrana on 'Miniaturu De Lulu', a bouncy electrohall number with her confrontational MCing in breathless French. Could fit nicely alongside eccentric Japanese headcase Mu's most solid moments of berserk post electro glee or the recent Shadetek endorsed post avant rap gear (see the stunning 'Dudes' EP on Shadetek) A most recommended & welcome slab of wax from the grizzly evil techno bear himself. More please!

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