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It's finally here!!After months and months of waiting The Declining Winter single is here and what a joyful beast it is. The Future Sound of Hip Hop Parts 1 and 2 is a total breathe of fresh air hovering above a stagnant pool of filthy gassy music. We have 2 tracks of pastoral beauty on this 7" from founding Hood member Richard Adams. Musically it's very much like Hood with it's wonky lazy sound ...

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The Future Sound of Hip Hop Parts 1 and 2 by The Declining Winter
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9/10 Phil Staff review, 18 October 2007
It's finally here!!After months and months of waiting The Declining Winter single is here and what a joyful beast it is. The Future Sound of Hip Hop Parts 1 and 2 is a total breathe of fresh air hovering above a stagnant pool of filthy gassy music. We have 2 tracks of pastoral beauty on this 7" from founding Hood member Richard Adams. Musically it's very much like Hood with it's wonky lazy sounding acoustic guitar and a simple drum beat (with nice added dub effect). If that wasn't enough the bass line bobs along extremely successfully. There's some nice chinese sounding sounds in 'part 1 yorkcitythree' which lift the mood slightly though it lives in a permanent state of falling down around itself as it's possibly the most shambing thing I've heard in a while. It's an absolutely beautiful piece of music though. Both sides are absolutely glorious and initial copies come with a bonus 3" CD featuring remixes from Part Timer, The Remote Viewer, Northstation, Epic 45 etc. We have the bulk of these so be quick if you want one as we've sold most of them already on presale. The 7" is limited to 200 all hand numbered and hand made all with different photo fun on and the 1st 50 come with the bonus CD (also numbered!)

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