Hoglodytes - Peace Soup EP / 12"

12" |
£4.95
date in:
1/10/2012

catalogue number:
JAL142

genre: Funky Breaks
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Description of Hoglodytes Peace Soup EP

Hoglodytes is the unlikely pairing of UK West Country producers Chubb Nice and Vinyl Peasant with New York rapper Emskee. How did they meet ? really don't ask me - I don't know and I can't imagine but what I do know is that this is some re-wind and start from the beginning righteous 90's hip hop vibes thrown down by some people who clearly love what they do.

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