These guys actually released their album “Tape One” in 2011 but they recently signed with the label Anticon (also house to Why? And 13 & God ) and now can spread their musical genius all over our ears (that did sound a little off). Alloysious Massaquoi, Kayus Bankole and ‘G’ Hastings come from Scotland and do some pretty cool Hip Hop that mixes tribal music, some Klaxons-like electronics, Kele-vocals and pretty cool oldschool raps. This sounds like a hot mess but is actually very addictive and probably out of the world at a live show. I shouldn’t be surprised anymore when a British Hip Hop acts stays true to the old ways with their lyrics and raps but completely re-invents the genre production- and music-wise but I always am. From Plan B (who I saw once upon a time at 3am on a small stage at the Roskilde festival – bliss) to Scroobius Pip to Young Fathers, there is a real talent to take the good from the origins of Hip Hop and mix it up with the genre-bending present. I personally do think that the album now and then feels a little out of focus but all in all, each track is compelling and really makes me want to see them live.