019 / Total Cult: Boom Bap

As Oscar Wilde once famously observed: “It’s on like Donkey Kong, yo. Time to kick it old-school.” tOtALcULt and the Womble-Sound Orchestra present an album of cut-and-paste funk, trip hop and breakbeat music. Fusing influences from electro, drum n bass, bigbeat, disco, dub and hip hop, ‘Boom Bap’ takes you on a toe-tapping, booty-shaking trip to Funky Town. This ultra-rare Japanese import version of the album includes the tOtALcULt remix of Kerry and Casio’s old skool stepper ‘B-Girl Original’.

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009 / Flash: Why Blend In? That’s What Ghosts Do

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A departure for Fwonk* – an album hip hop and rap by Flash – a solo project from one of the founding members of D-Rhyme Intervention. Flash has cooked together and remixed beats from several local producers including DJ No Face and Heskin Radiophonic, and layed his sizzling rhymes over the top

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