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Anti-Pop Consortium – Fluorescent Black

Anti-Pop Consortium – Fluorescent Black

By Tom Mann 18th Nov, 2009

Few records, let alone comebacks, feel as startlingly vital and fierce as the very welcome return from Anti-Pop Consortium ’Florescent Black’.

Juice Aleem - Jerusalaam Come

Juice Aleem - Jerusalaam Come

By Adoni Patrikios 31st Jul, 2009

After all these years waiting on the edges, I hope this is the start of something more and look forward to the next album expectantly.

Speech Debelle - Speech Therapy

Speech Debelle - Speech Therapy

By Adoni Patrikios 12th Jun, 2009

There’s something missing with this album. I’m not trying to be a hater, but it really set me on edge. The strange contrast of the sometime-incredible production and the dour messages was part of it but I also think the sights have been set too low.

Thunderheist - Thunderheist

Thunderheist - Thunderheist

By Adoni Patrikios 30th Apr, 2009

You’ll hear it in the clubs. People will dance. It's like science, just less boring.

Two Fingers feat. Sway - Two Fingers

Two Fingers feat. Sway - Two Fingers

By Adoni Patrikios 27th Mar, 2009

Amon Tobin meets Joe 'Doubleclick' Chapman in Brighton, UK and they decide they want to work together. On an album. An album which will transcend genres like a sandwich transcends food groups.

Diplo - Decent Work for Decent Pay2

Diplo - Decent Work for Decent Pay

By Alice Barnett 11th Feb, 2009

Hands off, ladies (and gents, if that’s your thing). Diplo is mine. Allll mine. And by mine, I mean my future husband. And if you’ve heard his latest compilation 'Decent Work For Decent Pay', you will understand why my heart is this way inclined.

K-the-I??? - Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

K-the-I??? - Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

By Adoni Patrikios 5th Dec, 2008

This latest offering from the Bid Dada label keeps up the fine tradition they’ve sculpted for interesting, intelligent and innovative hip hop.

Roots Manuva - Slime & Reason

Roots Manuva - Slime & Reason

By Adoni Patrikios 11th Sep, 2008

'Slime & Reason', the fourth album from London wordsmith Rodney Smith, aka Roots Manuva, is a thrilling fusion of grimy rap, reggae tips and catchy hooks.

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