In a game that has many veteran heads suffering from Culture Shock, Animal Farm is one act that can be counted on to cater to the purists. On the title track off their latest LP, the Portalnd trio keep it retro as ever, lacing Gen Erik‘s sampled boardwork (complete with authentic cuts) with tightly-wound lyrical fire. Craving more from Hanif Wonder, Fury and Serge Severe? You’ll find what you seek on Culture Shock (the album), available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 08/1/11
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