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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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Nunu - Mind Body Dialogue

I do my NTS show monthly and I play new stuff. I get asked to play jungle and I say no, because I’ve left the 90s. I went through my USB stick, of stuff that I’ve been carrying around for a while, and this is one thing. It's not dance music, it's quite experimental, and it represents, to me, resistance to this idea that everything's been done. I couldn't think of anyone before that could sound like this. There is incredible stuff being made now, we are in amazingly fertile times – the idea that we're never gonna get another Raekwon is fucking bullshit – we are, all the time, we’re just getting loads of them and we can't keep up.


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