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Renegade Masters

Soom T & Monkey Marc 'Bullets Over Babylon'

£10.99

Renegade Masters

Soom T & Monkey Marc 'Bullets Over Babylon'

£10.99

"Bullets Over Babylon is the LP dropping from the womb of the renegade ma this summer ready to destroy neuro currents, re-establishing a new etheric body for the duration of its 10 holy onslaughts. Diggin deep into the underbelly of the bass loving classes, it wanders into dark hiphop territory with unmistakable homage to Cypress Hill of the early 90's whilst propping up the atmospheric slant of 50’s Jazz that holds for the majority letting it occasionally course into uncharted rage infused confusery.

Supported by instrumental waves of adherence to the underlying moral code of the presumptive listener by providing aid to bring metaphoric evaluation into clearer view. Many years in the making, this beast groomed itself bringing out only its best previously tailored outfits gathered over decades to build into an idea worth sharing with a myriad tiers and drawn from two divergent camps - those being Soom T’s truth embellishing activist words and poignant delivery alongside her spiritual vocal underpinnings coupled perfectly by politically charged electronic experimentation wizard ‘Monkey Marc‘ the far reaching producer from Australia’s Omelette Records and Elephant Traks label of politico activist stalwarts “Combat Wombat.“ Each instrumental provides the backdrop embellishing the gush of ideas leaning into epicurean drama when the mood brings it.

Monkey Marc pieced the entire collection together from a solar panel powered shipping container and for that salutations are due. The bullets from this Babylon induced homage to truth is able to carry the listener on a deep emotional journey which demands that they question reality and turn up the bass as the creation of it demanded. Bullets Over Babylon LP – get it...to know that you know nothing! Let the source be with you!

Tracklisting:
1. Living in Doubt
2. King of Song
3. Hungry for Love
4. Your Father's Eyes
5. Calling Out a Name
6. Every Child (Portrait of Wellman Braud)
7. Up a Hill
8. Dark End of the Street