Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Anti-Pop back


FOLLOWING a seven-year split, rap group Anti-Pop Consortium are back - and they mean business.
Flourescent Black is a lean machine built by knob-twiddler Earl Blaize from bare, menacing beats and basslines laced with leftfield flourishes.
These skeletal structures match the New York rappers Beans, M. Sayyid and High Priest and sole guest Roots Manuva's intimidatingly tight flows.
There's no mercy here, and over 17 tracks this may be a bit much for many, but as a statement Flourescent Black shows that not many underground rap groups have shone brighter since 2002's Arrythmia.

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