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|2.||"Babylonian Spliffs" (feat Afrikan Sciences)|
|2.||"No Deuce No Dose" (reprise)|
Most recently seen on the Banyana EP for Japanese label Speed Of Sound, Damon Bell returns to his more regular home of Aybee's Deepblak label with the HIM EP, blending his influences in Afrobeat, bossa and batucada into some decidedly mechanical dance music. "Ezuku" sounds like vintage Jamal Moss without the excess grit, putting high pitched percussive textures together with subtle African rhythmic influences, while "Babylonian Spliffs" drags its sluggish bass and lolloping beats across the ground like a wounded animal. On the flip, "What" sees something a little straighter, but as hypnotically abstract as any recent Joey Anderson production, while "No Deuce No Dose (reprise)" sees a driving sequence of linear bleeps and trilling synth siren joined by some dramatically dystopian chords. Highly recommended!
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