New Zealand dub masters Fat Freddy's Drop return with more seamless original material. Sound the horns! Some five years in the making a fresh set of coastal, cosmic and psychedelic vibes with classic strains of lovers dub and jazz, or make that Italo, synth and disco music. Not least the pumping closing statement that ends the album in the synth heavy "Trickledown", a track that's big on warehouse techno and deep house touched up by a bit of Ska. A stand out club track on the album in stark in contrast with the slight of pop, funk and folk added to "Special Edition" and "Kamo Kamo". Nevertheless "Six Eight Instrumental" does a good job at keeping us in space.
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