The tracks that made my cochlea vibrate are, Positive Flow - Children of the Sun featuring Heidi Vogel, Roy Ananda - The Only Thing That Makes Sense is You, featuring Pete Simpson, SoulParlor - Be There and Eneeks - I Do This.
However the stand out track for me, is Lyric L - Appreshelove produced by Stephen BAM Busette. L takes you on an experiential journey of love and emotions, all neatly woven together in a way that only Lyric L knows how. This is all beautifully morphed by the obscure Hip Hop veteran Stephen BAM Busette of the legendary Scientists Of Sound. Formerly known in another life as Bam Bam aka Bob Eskimo, he has reincarnated on this joint to deliver sound waves that I'm sure you will all appreciate.
The Move Volume 2 is out now on Tokyo Dawn Records.
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