On his last Booth feature, B. Dolan got behind the wheel of some heavy machinery to mount a surreal lyrical attack on the foundations of consumer culture. Today, the ever-innovative emcee and beatsmith Buddy Peace hop into their Earthmovers for an equally blistering Redux of the Fallen House, Sunken City single. Featuring a revised instrumental to go with the emcee’s bruising lyrical assault, this cut should only leave listeners hungrier for the Dolan-Peace collabs that await on House of Bees Vol. 2, coming soon. Fans in Europe will be able to catch the duo on tour with Dan Le Sac in September.
Written by richard on 08/2/11
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