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Concretise The Oddness: Lee Gamble Picks His 13 Favourite Records
Jennifer Lucy Allan , September 27th, 2017 09:22

With his first album for Hyperdub en route and Unsound appearance impending, Lee Gamble guides Jennifer Lucy Allan from 80s beatboxing to some of 2017's best releases through the medium of his 13 favourite records

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Moor Mother - The Motionless Present

Moor Mother has this torque in it, this tension. What she’s talking about, the sound of it and how fast it moves, it's uncaring in a way, but it’s there to represent something extremely real and earth-bound. I'm not aligning what I do with her at all, but that sound, that crunched up thing, it's dreamlike in a way that isn't about a removal from this dream that we're in. Because things feel so surreal at times. Nobody knows what's going on: Trump, Putin, the DUP, this is a kind of fiction, a phantasmagorical thing.


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