Take – The Dirty Decibels Of Thomas Two Thousand


LA’s Take gives up a dope album of blunted slug-hop featuring a mutant jazz mix from Dimlite. ‘The Dirty Decibels of Thomas Two Thousand’ is a merry concoction of good-times soul samples and crafty beat science pieced together with a spacecaked collage effect that only works so well due to Take’s organic and fluid approach to beat construction. His sound is comparable to many of his LA peers, from Ras G to Fly Lo, taking Dilla as a starting point before jetting off into the astro-hop ether with a fully loaded zoot and and a dusty MPC for company.

little preview:


01. Intro
02. Make Believe
03. Lie-Twerx
04. After Words
05. All Around
06. Fall In Love Again
07. Sugar Flower
08. Speak Low
09. Make Believe (Dimlite’s Ubelievable Re-Make)

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