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Drop The Lime - 'Bandit Blues'

A painful audio-explosion

Trouble & Bass label-head Drop The Lime is known for songs with multiple breaks, many drops and something he’s named ‘sex sax’. At least he did, until he decided to fuse his love of rockabilly with all that bass, resulting in ‘Bandit Blues’ sounding like Paloma Faith if she took up bare-knuckle boxing and shouted “wuuuuub” a lot.
Sian Rowe

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