Introduced to the Booth with August’s self-effacing Nobody’s Nobody, Carl Roe returns to our pages with a hard-drinking standout cut off his latest street album. Here, the Seattle representative’s own head-nodding, synth-soaked production sets the stage for engagingly hedonistic bars on themed around partying, women and—of course—free-flowing liquor. Released October 4, Carl Roe’s Broken Time Machine LP is available now for download from the artist’s official site.
Written by richard on 10/24/11
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"Nobody's Nobody" (2011)
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