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Boomkat Product Review:
Dub and Dilla-wise downbeat hip hop chops from OGs of the ‘00s wonky beats scene
Still going strong on their Wulf label, home to Letherette’s tubes for the past five years, ‘BL6’ continues the Brown Lounge series started in 2008 with a 19 track beat tape of loping rhythms shaped in sampler-tesselated cuts of boogie soul, dub-hop, and Dilla worship.
Respect for sticking to their thing and continuing to find their soul in that niche, with some tidy slices of velvet-clad late night music in ‘Armor’, dub-hazed instrumental drizzle on ‘Mell’, Madlib-adjacent bumps in ‘Tears’, RZA-esque loop slips on ‘Your Heart’, and the early Ye-esque sample flip of ‘Middy’, plus a continuous mix version that puts it all in context.