Footsie – Rastaman Pickney

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Footsie- Rastaman Pickney

A festively free EP from one half of Grime’s premier duo, Newham Generals, satiating an apparent dub predilection; rather than an out and out grime instrumental outing other producers might have gone for. Saying that it’s a comfortably digestible side-dose of dub, fattened up with that gritty sheet, suited for people not quite down with the whole dub shebang (I don’t even like Lee Perry. Shame). This is no reason to quit the four star day job, more self-satisfying then scene breaking, but three instrumentals, and a vocal at zero pounds and zero pence; cop may be neccessary.

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