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Boomkat Product Review:
LA’s Kutmah smudges his instro hip hop sound into gritty textural abstraction recalling Tapes, The Bug and Muslimgauze on a rugged mini-album with Dublin’s All City.
Drilling deeper into his personalised hybrid of hip hop and post-punk/industrial experimentation found on 2017’s debut LP, proper ‘Trobbb!’, the peripatetic selector charts an impressionistic travelogue of sorts between physical locations and figments of a (we’re presuming) stoned imagination.
The squashed, grubby swag of ‘Görlitzer Riddim’ emulates a walk of shame thru Berlin’s least salubrious municipal park, and ‘Stoned In Brixton’ feels like floating to the shop for a can of Rubicon in your slides after a hard morning of toking, while ‘Ramallah;’ gets right into a Muslimgauze-like, burned-out headspace, and ‘Centenarians’ sounds like one of 1127 or Zuli’s crispiest bangers, special mention to ‘Nothing Like This’, a squashed take on what’s probably our favourite Dilla cut.