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Not every moment is perfect but these kinks are heat-treated with tight, confident delivery.
It’s within these walls that big beat is superseded.
A mix of tried and true tracks suffused with interesting, quirky gems.
This is an album that while raw in delivery is also clever in crafting self-reflection in the listener.
The softness of delivery may be acquired rather than required listening, but it’s sure to appeal across a wide audience
Slipstream could have been another income earner for a career that has spanned five decades yet instead feels fresh and contemporary.
This is a solid debut that pulls some surprises out of its well-worn Rasta hat. It should not only appeal to lovers of reggae, but also to newcomers looking for a sound complimentary to sun-drenched days and apathetic social activism.
It also doesn’t tire after repeat listens and, while more garden than ghetto for the most part, gives lovers of multiple genres of electronica something to sink their teeth into.
Indeed Fabriclive.63 refuses to be anything other than itself, and while in some places it feels as if it’s just keeping it together, in others it sounds perfectly balanced.
...Picture Window shows a songwriter with accomplished skills and the ability to pick clever collaborations.