Strange things are happening every day, for those with eyes to see them: police officers get away with murder, mind-expanding drugs carry hefty prison sentences while deadly poisons are available at the corner store, petty theft is punished more harshly than massive white-collar heists… Following last week’s Hankuri, the final song release off The League of Extraordinary G’z’ forthcoming, Booth-hosted EP finds Lowkey, Reggie Coby and Tuk-Da-Gat bringing forth the weirdness concealed in every aspect of our daily lives. Coby and Booth fave Shane Eli link up with bassist D-Madness and DJ Kurupt to flip Allison Krauss’ Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us into an eerie, shapeshifting backdrop for the crew’s bars. For this insightful cut and much more, check out new EP The Plug tomorrow, when it hits our front page for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 12/11/12
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