CD Reviews: Brother Ali, Eyedea & Abilities, Anti-Pop Consortium and more
Published 10/13/2009, Budgeteer News
It’s a veritable hip-hop blowout, with Brother Ali’s “Us,” Eyedea & Abilities’ “By the Throat,” Anti-Pop Consortium’s “Flourescent Black,” BK-One and Benzilla’s “Radio do Canibal,” A-Trak’s “Infinity+1” and “Hesitation Wounds,” the latest from Oldominion’s Sleep, all getting the Matthew R. Perrine treatment.Word count: 1810
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