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on 15 April 2013
I'm biased. I first ran into Dizraeli when he was fronting 'Bad Science' at Shambala about six years ago and even then his presence was immediate and joyous. Much later I saw him playing a small gig with the bassist and beatboxer from the Small Gods, Bellatrix. Ten minutes in I was smiling like a loon.
That said, I don't think this album perfect. I do think it a carefully crafted and very open mixture of hip hop, folk and spoken word.
The combination of lots of great musicians with their own contributions means there is not a dominant feel, so if you like your music simple and generic then this'll turn you off. But if you revel in something not quite like anything else which repays listening to again and again...