Cambo: Patronage & Pork tape (Crash Symbols, 2015)

April 4, 2015 at 9:11 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Cambo: Patronage & Pork tape

Cambo: Patronage & Pork tape

Lo-fi experimental beats that straddle the line between techno and hip-hop. Refreshingly blown-out, dusty beats with eerie melodies and self-help record samples. Intriguingly detached in a manner somewhat similar to Pursuit Grooves, but this feels like it has more of a distorted noise-scene edge to it. Also kind of reminds me of any late ’90s/early ’00s IDM/hip-hop crossover artists like Push Button Objects, especially during the Nas-sampling closer “Gunmetal”. “Typhoid Mary” is the most straightforward 4/4 techno track here, with a dark Randomer “Bring” kinda vibe that I’m always down for. Available on tape and digitally at Bandcamp.


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