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TNGHT - 'Bugg'n'

Hudson Mohawke/Lunice's spooky slice of post-grime

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Avowed vowel haterz Hudson Mohawke and Lunice have come together to produce this spooky slice of post-grime (and Grimes) beatology, that spools out like driftwood on a sea of atmospheric R&B. Sonic references to Aaliyah and The Knife abound, and by the end you're left blissfully marooned in the middle of their musical soup.

Priya Elan

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