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Medicine : Apes Shall Not Kill Apes

Hella good...

Frantic drum’n’bleep’n’boggle glowstick frottaging from South London’s May brothers that could bounce a souped up Austin Alegro in the air at 500 paces. Hella good, as nu Gwen Stefani might say, and made even more curious by the b-side ‘Even The Beetles, The Monkeys’, where the bloke from the Equinox titles downs twenty trips at Glastonbury and starts namechecking Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones and The Monkees.



No sign of any hippies sleeping beneath any flowers though, but I had you worried for a minute there, didn't I Beta Band?



Mark Beaumont

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