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1 review »David E. Sugar: "Oi New York, This Is London" (Grecoroman) Which is the first outing for this newly birthed label curated by the Hot Chip boys. The opening salvo is what Mr Phil aptly described as gameboy pop, by this I think he means the 8-bit sounding electronics full of crumbling beats, nostalgic arcade fx. Containing three different mixes from Skream, Hot Chip Vs. Ragga Twins and a g ... »

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Oi New York, This Is London by David E Sugar
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8/10 Mingus Staff review, 12 July 2007
David E. Sugar: "Oi New York, This Is London" (Grecoroman) Which is the first outing for this newly birthed label curated by the Hot Chip boys. The opening salvo is what Mr Phil aptly described as gameboy pop, by this I think he means the 8-bit sounding electronics full of crumbling beats, nostalgic arcade fx. Containing three different mixes from Skream, Hot Chip Vs. Ragga Twins and a garage dub by Jesse Rose. Clearly aimed at the fashionable end of the clubbing fraternity the remixes aim to cater for all the zeitgeist genres. Sadly though the Skream mix doesn't anything like Skream, at least it says so on the sleeve. The Chip remix does it for me with it's scrambling oscillations and one half of the Ragga Twins spouting some vocodered vocals.

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