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Boomkat Product Review:
London's Angular Recordings present a curious project conceived and recorded in Ethiopia in 2010 by XL Records boss Richard Russell and his pal Rodaidh McDonald. It was created roughly before Russell was producing Gil Scott-Heron's much loved 'I'm New Here' LP and Rodaidh was recording and mixing The xx's debut album, but it's safe to say it sounds nowt like either. It's more a canny exercise is field recording and electronic fusion, using sounds and inspirations soaked up inside the walled medieval city Harar, to make four slow, humid and experimental grooves. They're also joined by Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs on the best cut 'Harar Rhythm' for a strange, crooked piece of non-traditional Afro-futurism, while the other cuts touch on screwed, acidic R&B '68 Joint', and weighty, outernational boom bap on 'Adaji Legit'.