Here's the latest EP of badass boogie cut-ups from Wolverhampton's Letherette duo. Their chops are just as tight this time out, covering dusted Dilla-esque HipHop, cosmic soul, and one heavyweight Boogie-House job. A-side slydes through the elastic funk of 'Bruse', a gorgeous Dilla-style harp and sitar chop up on 'In And Out', and stuttering soul on 'Shoe Be Do'. Flip it and you'll be smacked with 'No Point', a killer Thomas Bangaltar-style disco-House cut-up treatment deserving of instant anthem status, sitting next to two Madlib-like HipHop joints.
[ Written by melenie | 10:20 AM | Monday, August 29 | 0 interested person(s) ]