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Interfearence: Take That Train

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Who knows what interference runs through the brains of producers Paul and Tyrell but whatever it is, it is fed through their expansive mental palette eventually manifesting itself as superior music. Take That Train is an invigorating collection of tracks that can loosely be described as eclectic, organic, electronic, tropical grooves. Beyond categorization, there are elements of house, breaks and bossa and much more on this release. But that doesn’t begin to explain what’s special about it. The opener “Dinheiro" sports Brazilian flair, a wicked bass line, nimble flutes and acoustic guitars – eight minutes of melodic sunshine bliss. “Duck" ...



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