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Groove Armada

Get Down

Despite having a name that could happily double as the Foam’n’Fun night at your local student union bar, Groove Armada have released at least two quite good songs – 2000’s ‘I See You Baby’ and ‘Song 4 Mutya (Out Of Control)’. And ‘Get Down’ (featuring grime MC Lady Stush, who was last seen enthusiastically sticking pins into a Lady Sovereign voodoo doll near Roc-A-Fella HQ) can be added to that list – with its Diplo-styled beats and new-rave stylings. Not just the ‘chill-out/dance’ band it’s OK for Keane fans to like after all, then.

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