Album Review: Africa Hitech, '93 Million Miles EP'
Few sounds of Africa, but the moral intention is there.
They’ve seen the pyramids aflame with the righteous fires of democracy, and the mobile phone-shaped coffins Ghanaians bury their dead in, and decided to make an album of arid, forward-facing Chicagoan footwork. It may not have much to do with African dance music, but hey, it’s a connected world we’re living in, Disraeli, so take that dour glare off your face and join the fucking party.
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