Fluorscent Black by Anti-Pop Consortium
In 2003, Anti-pop Consortium released an excellent album in collaboration with the talented pianist Matthew Shipp. It was their last effort before the band broke up. Fortunately for hip-hop fans, they played a reunion show at the Knitting Factory of New York City in March 2008 and 18 months later released a new album: Fluorescent Black. Anti-Pop Consortium kept the same spirit as in the early 2000’s and delivers a high quality record. Sounds, songs’ structure and production are very elaborate. It might be not as innovative as it used to be in the 200-2003 period but it is still first class hip-hop.
The songs you must and will not miss: The Solution, SuperUnfrontable, Capricorn One and Fluorescent Black. Fluorescent Black is album of the week on Jenkins’ Glory Radio.
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