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Boomkat Product Review:
Independent hiphop such as this has fallen out of favour of late, but there are still a few cats out there holding things down for the oldschool heads. Radioinactive was of course an MC in LA’s seminal Shapeshifters crew, and after they parted company he joined the Mush label. Sooner or later he hooked up with space-rapper Busdriver and everyone’s favourite manic sample-masher Daedelus to create ‘The Weather’ which still remains one of the most complete documents of the LA scene at this time. So what became of the man? Well he’s re-appeared away from the realm of Mush and with an album which is only 25 minutes long… Not exactly value for money I’d say but at least the tracks are good. Radioinactive goes for a lo-fi glitched out sound on ‘Soundtrack to a Book’, enlisting the help of Hefty/Eastern Developments boy Elliot Lip on the album’s highlight ‘Radiator’ – a dirty slice of electro-hop which sounds like the future as realised by kids in 1982. I’m sure there are some of you still holding a torch for backpack wearing LA jams, and ‘Soundtrack to a Book’ reminds you of the good old days while still keeping a lazy eye on times ahead.