Absent from our pages since July of last year, when he dropped off the reader-acclaimed Bullet Train Army, Rockwell Knuckles makes his long-awaited return with Helmet, the latest release off his next full-length. Here, producer Tarboy‘s chopped-and-looped psychedelic rock samples get heads a-nodding as the St. Louis representative plots rebellion on the mic. Craving more? Stay tuned; next week, the Booth will be premiering an exclusive record off Knucks’ yet-unscheduled forthcoming album Take me to Your Leader LP (no relation to ¡MAYDAY!‘s Strange Music debut).
Written by richard on 07/5/12
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