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DJ Logic: Zen Of Logic

Read "Zen Of Logic" reviewed by Troy Collins

Four years since Ropeadope released The Anomaly, DJ Logic is back with an album every bit as cerebral and grooving. He works with a phenomenal roster of invited guests, and he knows how to pick his collaborators as well as his samples. Blending block-rocking beats, spacey dub, classic soul, raga-tinged grooves, stuttering Afro-beat horns and analog keyboard driven electro-funk, Logic's catholic tastes allow him to journey wherever an infectious groove may take him.

Logic augments his beats and ...

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DJ Logic: The Anomaly

Read "The Anomaly" reviewed by David Adler

DJ Logic, a.k.a. Jason Kibler, came of age in the Bronx during the time of hip-hop’s birth in the early 80s, and has come to occupy an interesting niche in the world of new creative music. He came up as a mover-and-shaker in the Black Rock Coalition and went on to work with Medeski, Martin & Wood, Graham Haynes, and other artists interested in bringing hip-hop’s sonic innovations into their jazz-based work. Logic’s rise is indicative of a very specific ...