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Boomkat Product Review:
"Johannesburg's Spoek Mathambo (real name Nthato Mokgata) first hotwired our world with a series of collaborative projects - Sweat X, Playdoe that placed his smart, dirty vocals on top of electro-rap bangers that activated dancefloors across the globe. 2010 debut album, 'Mshini Wam', took Spoek's love affair with South African culture and his coined 'township tech' as a starting point (including a pitched-down wobble-house cover of Joy Division's 'She's Lost Control'). 'Father Creeper' makes the Afro-futurists look old school. Rock moments swerve electronic. The crisp, changing rhythms of Mathambo's live drummer go cyborg with drum machine beats. Guitar lines snake and ripple across the album, ranging from summery highlife melodies to amped-up rock riffs. Lyrically, 'Father Creeper' flips the concerns of mainstream rap by embracing a deep sensitivity for a traumatized society (where the f*ckedupedness is real, the optimism stubborn and the booty ripe)."