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Herbaliser is the most hip-hop of the Ninja Tune lot, and previous releases (such as Remedies and the New and Improved EP) have illustrated a knack for filling out the jazz and funk roots of hip-hop while remaining both deep and kicking. Blow Your Headphones ups the ante considerably, with a nonstop soul-drop that pushes the beats even further forward and thins the extraneous samples and genre-references. The result is less differentiable from straight-ahead hip-hop (save for the fact the album's mostly instrumental), but is also less derivative of acid and soul jazz, a connection that tended to mar their previous work.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1992 en London, England

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Herbaliser are one of the more purely hip-hop-oriented acts on Ninja Tune's roster of sample-based pocket-funk. Combining deft midtempo beats, well-chosen jazz and funk figures, sparse scratching, and even the odd rap, Herbaliser bridge the gap between dusty B-side instrumental hip-hop and London's new school of psychotropic beat scientists. Formed by Ollie Teeba and Jake Wherry in the early '90s, Herbaliser, unlike many of London's abstract beat scene's acid house-steeped big-name artists, trace...
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