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Sometimes, I prefer getting a detailed e-mail, giving a bio on the artist, their recent releases and their thoughts on the dynamic shit they sent. Other times, I like some interactive weirdness. While I won't divulge the conversation I've had over the last day with dancehall (or whomever operates dancehall's e-mail account), I will say that I've not been excited by a project in such an odd way. I'm still not even sure what I'd call this - there's a number of found samples and familiar textures in this, but it's thrown up against a wall of sound and through a broken filter that just feels right. An evolving dream with no ending or beginning, just a whole lot of nows that point in a vast number of directions. You lot can geek on The Weeknd, I'll have another helping of this.

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