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It somehow seems fitting that Company Flow bowed out while birthing El-P's new label Def Jux. Def Jux Presents
collects the first EP release (a Co Flow/Cannibal Ox split single) along with several tracks showcasing Def Jux's new breed. Sounding like some insidious teenage syndrome that El-P never managed to rid himself of, Co Flow's "Drum Pattern Awareness" rocks out the box first. Its multi-part, symphonic structure flips back and forth from epic, bass-thumping battle beats to a sombre and sober half-speed mantra. On "Simian D", El and Mr Len monkey around with fellow sick-minded rap felon, Ill Bill (formerly of Non-Phixion), seemingly rhyming about some retrogressive narcotic hell (the "d" stands for "drugs"). Lyrical vikings, Cannibal Ox contribute two impressive cuts from their Cold Vein
album, "Iron Galaxy" and "Straight Off The D.I.C". RJD2's laid-back instrumental "Silver Fox" feels like an anomaly following El-P's brace of dense, chest-beating productions. But Aesop Rock
's vindictive "Kill Em All" puts things back on track as it unfolds over the sound of knives being sharpened and a disorientating percussive bass rhythm. Aesop mutters darkly, sounding like the kind of bedroom psychotic who fits. Co Flow's "Simple" close this definitive juxtaposition with an acidic lick of electric guitar played back and forward like a bucksaw. Chop your heads. --Chris Campion