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|1.||"Thee Others" (with Malik Ameer) (6:27)|
|2.||"After Dark" (with Nikko O) (5:27)|
|1.||"Easy Still" (with A Brother Is) (8:38)|
|2.||"Chai Tea" (4:28)|
|1.||"Them Thangs" (with Ms Fae) (6:20)|
|2.||"Lil' Bit Of Jazz" (interlude) (1:12)|
|1.||"Freaks N Prophets" (3:18)|
|3.||"Syntax D'Amour" (with Nikko O) (5:37)|
The most impressive thing about Thatmanmonkz debut album, 2016's "Columbusing" on Delusions Of Grandeur, was the Sheffield-based producer's seemingly innate ability to fuse elements of deep house, jazz, hip-hop, Detroit techno and broken beat. That distinctive grasp of dusty, soul-fired fusion once again comes to the fore on this belated follow-up. There's much to enjoy from start to finish, with highlights including the jazzy, sax and organ-heavy deep house of "Easy Still (with A Brother Is)", the raw and off-kilter acid insanity of "Chai Tea", the samba-house soul of Ms Fae hook-up "Them Thangs", the dancefloor jazz-funk bounce of "WhatUThinkIDo" and the Moodymann style Malik Ameer collaboration, "Thee Others".
Goshawk/Rhythm Plate, Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Superbreak, Marcelo Tavares(Deep Space Podcast), Frank Booker, DJ ROCCA (Ajello, Erodiscotique), ReeKee (Wrong Notes), Al Zanders, Louis Hughes (Two Deep), Fouk, LEGO EDIT
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